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magnetic induction

(1) Electromagnetic induction.
(2) Magnetic field B.
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The MP40, using Fischer's ED10 Probe, can automatically detect the base material and then apply the appropriate measurement method--eddy current or magnetic induction.
Interpretations given (Mohanta and Fahidy, 1972, 1976; Fahidy, 1983) for the observed magnetic field effect on mass transfers implied a relatively smaller contribution from the magnetic induction effect and a much greater contribution (for example, mass transfer to be proportional to one-third or two-thirds the power of the magnetic field) from the MHD phenomenon.
The semiconductor is a multi-mode, multi-function chip receiver and transmitter that supports all major wireless power standards for magnetic resonance and magnetic induction charging.
Currently, a new report noted Apple is working on a wireless charging through magnetic induction and solar-charging through the solar layer of iWatch display.
Magnetic induction has been used for decades in electronic equipment.
Qi works via magnetic induction that involves transmitting energy over a magnetic field.
Key words: the transverse hall current, supply-current-related sensitivity, noise equivalent magnetic induction, shot noise, noise spectral density
Comparison of obtained data about the effect of pulsed magnetic fields on the electroslag process conditions and structure of ingots being melted showed that the energy of the electromagnetic action at a preset melting current is determined by a duration of action and level of magnetic induction.
Supported by non-technical appendices giving the basics on EIT and bioimpedance, the papers collected here provide comprehensive information on algorithms (the reconstruction problem), hardware (instrumentation), applications (for the thorax, brain function, breast cancer screening, gastrointestinal imagery and other applications such as hyperthermia and intra-pelvic venous congestion) and new directions such as magnetic induction tomography, magnetic resonance electrical impedance tomography, and industrial applications.
These extensometers use high-accuracy magnetic induction linear sensors which are said to be light, compact and capable of measurement accuracy significantly superior to conventional sensors in both small and large elongation ranges.
Recently announced partnerships and the development of magnetic induction and magnetic resonance solutions have quickly established IDT as a leader in this market.
In fact, test users have been raving about Xbat lights for several reasons: cyclists no longer have to worry about changing batteries; the magnetic induction employed by Xbat lights uses only a tiny bit of the bike's momentum to generate a clear, bright light whenever a cyclist starts to peddle; Xbat lights are completely silent, unlike traditional dynamos and, best of all, Xbat lights not only look fashionable but also are very easy to mount on a bike.