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magnetic induction

(1) Electromagnetic induction.
(2) Magnetic field B.
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Taking into account the relation (3) according to (4) the expression of the magnetic induction becomes:
1) we can calculate the value of the magnetic induction in the air gap between the stator and the rotor, depending on the intensity of the magnetic field for the minimum (0.
ms] is the shortest distance between inside of permanent magnet and the external surface of steel strands whose magnetic induction density of normal component is nearly zero (in mm).
The space distribution of the values of magnetic induction in the points of plane XOZ is an other result of computer simulation of space-temporal configuration of low frequency magnetic field in the patient's area.
Powermat utilizes magnetic induction as a power delivery method, combined with significant IP developed in Israel by Powermat; eliminating the traditional cluster of wires and line cords.
Now by Faraday's Law of Magnetic Induction, a changing magnetic field creates a changing electrical field.
The magnetic induction in the MR fluid appears well uniformly distributed and causes a yield stress contained in the unsaturated region.
Unlike magnetic induction and ultrasound, terahertz is non-contact, so it is even possible to measure wet paint.
Devices such as electric toothbrushes and mobile phones can already be recharged by magnetic induction, without any physical connection to a power source.
Narda B-field meter and probe are used to measure magnetic induction distribution in and around the bus.
The magnetic field has two interrelated variables, the magnetic intensity (H) and magnetic induction (B), with units of Amperes per meter (Am-1) and Tesla (T), respectively.