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eddy current

An MRI term for an induced spurious electrical current produced by time-varying magnetic fields, which can cause image artefacts and degrade overall magnet performance.
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An analysis of the fundamental possibility of creating mathematical models of EMPE, which, in the two-dimensional approximation of a quasi-steady-state magnetic field, will adequately consider the losses from eddy currents in the laminated elements of the magnetic conductors in both the established and transient operating modes.
Having purchased Master Magnets eddy current separators in the past, we knew that we can trust in the quality of their manufacture and service."
In addition, it is widely known that the lift-off is one of the biggest problems for pulsed eddy current sensors in applications [25].
An Olympus eddy current probe application note (2) further comments on Figures 2a and 2b: "Older coils were normally connected to the two branches of a bridge configuration.
Since [bar.B] = [nabla] x [bar.A] where [bar.A] is the magnetic vector potential, then the mathematical model of the eddy current results can be described by means of the complex magnetic vector potential [bar.A] and a complex scalar potential [phi] (where 9 is the magnetic scalar potential H = -[nabla][phi]):
The proposed transmission architecture for EVs is a seamless AMT using an eddy current torque bypass clutch, as shown in Figure 4.
Owing to the eddy current in the aircraft skin, Figure 7 differs from Figure 5 obviously.
Analysis and Calculation of Eddy Current Loss of Permanent Magnet of Interior Permanent Magnet Motor
The Eddy Current Array (ECA) is a flexible circuit board imprinted with a two-dimensional array of transducers which is powered via a laptop USB-connection.
Thanks to these advancements, the LDC1000 provides 16-bit eddy current losses and 24-bit inductance values, enabling sub-micrometer resolution in precision position sensing applications while consuming less than 8.5 mW of power during standard operation and less than 1.25 mW in standby mode.
In this study, an eddy current imager (ECI) is considered.
The analysis of electromagnetic field problems such as eddy current problem can be analyzed under the assumption that the parameters of the field and material parameters are random or deterministic.