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  • Permeability, Mumetal (R) and Alloys
    Magnetic permeability refers to a material's ability to absorb magnetic flux. It is defined as the ratio of the intensity of induced magnetization in the material to the intensity of the inducing magnetic force field that produced it. For the most effective magnetic shield attenuation performance
  • Magnetic Term Glossary
    Air gap, is a low permeability gap in the flux path of a magnetic circuit. Often air, but inclusive of other materials such as paint, aluminum, etc. Anisotropy, Literally means having different properties depending on the inspected direction. Magnets which are anisotropic, or have an easy axis
  • Effect of Permittivity and Permeability of a Flexible Magnetic Composite Material on the Performance and Miniaturization Capability of Planar Antennas for RFID and Wearable Wireless Applications
    capability of 2.4× and performance differences. of increased bandwidth and reduced gain, both of which were. attributed in part to the increase in the dielectric and magnetic. losses. A key finding of this paper is that a small amount of. permeability (µr~2.5) can provide a substantial capability
  • Sensor Sense: Inductive sensors and resistance welding
    triggering. Air-core coils wound on plastic spools reduce the coil's sensitivity to external magnetic fields. Low-permeability cores also reduce interference from outside magnetic forces while helping concentrate and direct the coil's own magnetic field. An internal time-delay circuit between
  • Let The Chips Fly
    tensile and yield strengths. Current density measurements of 303 and 304 stainless steels in an H2SO4 solution at different copper levels shows copper content improves the stainless steel's resistance to generalized corrosion. This graph compares the effect of magnetic permeability with cold work
  • Technicalities
    inductance stability over the operating temperature ranges. Ceramic has no magnetic properties. Thus, there is no increase in permeability due to the core material. Ceramic core inductors are often referred to as "air core" inductors. Ceramic core inductors are most often used in high frequency
  • Dynamic sensing with LVDTs
    to the primary. Centering the movable core between the primary and secondary windings produces an identical magnetic flux on both sides. Equal flux induces equal voltages on the two secondary windings. However, as the core moves, the ratio between the two voltages changes. The change in voltage turns

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