Lecture 2

Lecture 2 - CF Hysteresis Loop for Ferromagnetic Materials...

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CF Ampere’s Circuital Law UCF L dL enclosed I L = dL H H I
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CF Constitutive Relationship in Simple Media UCF Simple media: linear and isotropic H H B r μ 0 = = permeability relative permeability r
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CF agnetic Materials UCF Magnetic Materials
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CF Hysteresis Loop for Ferromagnetic Materials (I) UCF B r remnant flux or residue flux H c coercive flux or coercivity
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Unformatted text preview: CF Hysteresis Loop for Ferromagnetic Materials (II) UCF C H soft material CF esistor UCF Resistor CF eluctance UCF Reluctance CF Magnetic Circuit UCF CF lectric vs Magnetic Circuits UCF Electric vs Magnetic Circuits...
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