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(mag″nĕt-ĭ-zā′shŏn) M
A measure of the degree to which a body displays magnetic properties. It is a vector field whose magnitude is equal to the local value of the magnetic moment per unit volume.
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Value of two parameters are to be read out from this curve: slope (1/S) and saturation voltage ([U.sub.s]), defined by the standard as the voltage at the point where magnetization current is 10A [24].
where: [u.sub.e] - instantaneous value of the excitation voltage, [R.sub.2] - winding resistance, [R.sub.b] - burden resistance, i'1 - instantaneous primary current transformed to the secondary (i'1= [i.sub.1]/N), [i.sub.[mu]] - instantaneous magnetization current, [L.sub.2] - winding inductance, and [L.sub.B] - burden inductance.
When the magnetization current was applied to the magnetization coils at 500 Hz and 1A, a magnetic field strength occurs in the serially connected magnetization coils.