Lorentz force


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the force experienced by a point charge moving along a wire that is in a magnetic field

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Generally, the force occurring in the control sample is dependent on the Lorentz force and the magnetostriction.
It is important to point out that the resultant Lorentz force is a function of both DBD applied voltage and the ac frequency, thus allowing two ways to control tip leakage.
Based on the above expression, and using the expression for the Lorentz force [F.
This is because an increase in the applied magnetic field strength causes greater interaction between the fluid motion and the magnetic field, therefore, an increase in the Lorentz force.
As (6) shows, the integrand in the Lorentz force equation (6) concerns a multiplication of the flux density [[?
A force called the Lorentz force describes how the magnetic field interacts with the strong magnets and pushes against them, making them roll.
Among specific topics are applying Lorentz force velocimetry to open channel flow, materials science and engineering opportunities for an energy-efficient and low-carbon economy, fatigue crack growth in ultrafine grained aluminum alloy, predicting microstructure and mechanical properties in aluminum castings after heat treatment, the environmentally assisted cracking of magnesium alloys, and how adding iron to aluminum affects the structure and properties of wires used for electrical purposes.
This is because the variation of the Hartmann number leads to the variation of the Lorentz force due to the magnetic field and the Lorentz force produces resistance to transport phenomena.
An important dimensionless number of magnetohydrodynamics which represents the ratio of the Lorentz force to the viscosity has been named as Chandrasekhar number in his honour.
Since the electromagnetic field is varying sinusoidally with time, it is necessary to represent the Lorentz force in Eq.
In addition to the Lorentz force, it may also be attributable to the sample manufacture or the particular sensitivity of the wires to the loads.
This Lorentz force causes a current-carrying nerve to shift from its original position in the body.
By utilizing physical effects such as the Lorentz force and magnetostriction, this technology allows, unlike conventional UT, contact free-generation and observation of ultrasonic signals.
This explanation was supported by the fact that less voltage noise was observed in lower Lorentz force measurements to over 400 A at 1 T with ramp rates up to 30 kA/s.