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magnetic permeability

the ratio of the magnetism induced in a body to the strength of the magnetic field of induction. See also permeability.
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The materials are characterized by the magnetic permeability that consists into the property to be crossed by the magnetic flux.
The magnetic permeability of amorphous is higher than that of ferrite for low frequencies, so we think that it is suitable for this radiated emission suppression application.
It is important to highlight here that at frequencies below the resonance frequency of the SRR inclusion, the effective magnetic permeability becomes positive, while at frequencies above the SRR's resonance, [[mu].
c] are the positive electric permittivity and magnetic permeability, respectively, of material B in the limit [omega] [flecha diestra] [infinito].
Stainless steel reinforcing bars are used in reinforced concrete construction because of the material's inherent properties, which may include (depending on the composition) corrosion resistance, low magnetic permeability, ductility, or a combination.
Sementsov, "Tunneling interference of counterpropagating waves in the region of negative magnetic permeability," Technical Physics, Vol.
The nonlinear magnetic cores are characterised by the saturation at 2 T, the initial value of the relative magnetic permeability 4000 and the curvature coefficient 0.
i] are the imaginary unit and magnetic permeability, thickness and conductivity of the -th layer, respectively.
Keighley Labs covers many mainstream NDT methods, such as magnetic particle crack detection, dye penetrant testing, ultrasonic flaw detection, magnetic permeability, positive material identification, residual magnetism and ferrite determination, and subcontract radiography.
In the above equation [mu] is the magnetic permeability, I is the current, dl' is the differential length element, and r is the vector distance from the source point to the field point; the primed length element indicates that the integration is to be carried out over the source distribution.
e] is the magnetic permeability, v is the coefficient of kinematic viscosity, k is the permeability of the medium, [H.
Yellen also envisions that rings composed of metal particles could be used for antenna designs, and perhaps as one of the key components in the construction of materials that display artificial "optical magnetism" and negative magnetic permeability.