flux density


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flux den·si·ty

1. Synonym(s): flux (5)
2. either particle flux density, the particle fluence rate, or energy flux density, the energy fluence rate of intensity.
Compare: fluence.

flux density

An MRI-centric term for the number of lines of flux per unit area of a magnetic material.
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Magnetic flux density and flux direction: In this work, the magnetic flux lines generated in the die had two different flux directions as follows.
This value is used to characterize the noise flux density that emanates from specific parts of the sky and earth at various frequencies.
zi] are the measured effective values of the spatial components of the magnetic flux density of the MF at the i-th measurement point along the axes of the magnetometer sensors X, Y, Z.
2 shows the lines of the same level of the magnetic flux density calculated for the rated currents of the TL.
From model 1 and model 2 obtained simulation results can be stated that the magnitude of flux density between steel plates for model 1 is |B| = 0.
The average heat flux density is similar to the inlet curve and increases up to a heat flux of~ 250 W/[cm.
Figures (12, 13, 14, and 15) show that the amplitudes of faulty phase current increased due to the decrease in phase impedance, and the ripples increased too, because of the increasing distortion of flux density, in addition the phase shift specially in 20% turn short circuit appeared in figure(15) is not exact 120[degrees] due to the reduction in the resistance and the reactance of the faulty phase leading to a considerable change in the phase shift of its current, as well as the deformation in flux distribution change the phase shift angle of other phases due to the change in their inductances affected by the flux linkage, since L = N (d[phi]/di).
The flux density distribution under this condition is shown in Figure 10.
have developed a novel tube-like PM combining a series of shorter PM rings gradually changing their shapes and remanent flux density, but this design requires an elaborated preparation for PM rings; if the GMM in the actuator changes its size, the PM rings have to be redesigned accordingly [11].
The first category is based on obtaining the flux density due to permanent magnets and currents assuming a smooth, that is, slotless, half plane with infinite permeability, as in [10].
From sources we know, that the necessary results can be considered as the level of magnetic flux density of more than 1 Tl [2].
The price to be paid is a narrower stator tooth or stator core that will increase magnetic flux density in these regions, increasing magnetic losses.