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  • Ten Easy Things to Do with Magnetic Sensors
    The measurement of magnetic fields for their own sake is a relatively uncommon goal outside the laboratory. It is more typical (in industrial, consumer, and automotive applications, for example) to see a magnetic field used as an indicator of some other phenomenon such as position or speed. Over
  • Low-Field Magnetic Sensing with GMR Sensors
    Industry continues to reap the benefits of. solid state magnetic field sensing. Every day new. applications are found for solid state magnetic field. sensors due to their small size, low power. And. relatively low cost. The new frontier for these solid. state sensors is very low magnetic fields
  • Surface Measurement & Manufacturing
    . In the 1960s, as the complex structures associated with microelectronics emerged, the need arose to reduce the measuring force on contact sensorsâ magnetic tape. Noncontact measuring technologies were developed as additional industries began using surface measurement as part of their production
  • Coating Thickness Measurement: The Fundamentals
    the surface and the base substrate is measured. Inside the measurement probe is a coil that generates a changing magnetic field. When the probe is placed on the substrate, the magnetic flux density of this field is altered.
  • Measurement Techniques for Incremental Sensors: Encoders, Frequency Counters, Magnetic RPM sensors, etc.
    Measurement of angle, distance, frequency, and speed, as well as general event counting measurements are commonplace in a variety of industrial situations including gearboxes, engine and motor operation, conveyor belts, milling and drilling machinery, and robotic assembly systems. This paper
  • Current Applications Of X-ray Diffraction Residual Stress Measurement (.pdf)
    , magnetic, and ultrasonic methods of residual stress measurement are compared. Sources of error arising in practical application are described. Subsurface measurement is shown to be necessary to accurately determine the stress distributions produced by surface finishing such as machining, grinding
  • Magnetic Sensor Data Acquisition Technology
    The development of electronic computing technology, especially the rapid development of embedded systems and applications, is causing digital circuit technology to be the foundation of measurement systems.
  • Magnetostriction in Automotive Position Measurement
    Magnetostriction is a property of ferromagnetic materials such as iron, nickel, and cobalt. When placed in a magnetic field, these materials change size and/or shape (Figure 2). This physical response of a ferromagnetic material is due to the pres-ence of magnetic moments, and can be understood

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  • Encyclopedia of Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism
    The data compilation continued throughout the 19th century, with typical Victorian tenacity, led by Edward Sabine (q.v.), and detailed magnetic measurements were made by James Clark Ross’ expedition to the poles and the voyage of HMS Challenger.
  • Handbook of Advanced Magnetic Materials
    3 Magnetic Measurements on Extremely Small Particles .
  • Encyclopedia of Solid Earth Geophysics
    More recently, magnetic measurements made by satellites have become important in determining the pattern of the geo- magnetic field.
  • Geomagnetic Observations and Models
    Magnetic measurements from any platform in fact give the sum of all field contri- butions from the sources internal and external to Earth.
  • Geomagnetics for Aeronautical Safety
    Magnetic repeat station network in Italy and magnetic measurements at heliports and airports Angelo De Santis and Guido Dominici.....................................................259 .
  • Handbook of Spintronics
    Compared with conventional magnetic measurement techniques such as VSM, MOKE has much higher sensitivity capable of detecting signal of one atomic layer and can be used for in situ monitoring the evolution of the ferromagnetic phase during the growth.
  • Fundamental Physics in Particle Traps
    The positron magnetic measurement will be followed with an attempt to measure the electron and positron magnetic moments at a much higher precision since no uncertainty that would prevent a substantial increase in precision has yet been identified.
  • Springer Handbook of Metrology and Testing
    New methods are ready to enter magnetic measuring technique.