field strength

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the vector sum of all the forces exerted by an electrical or magnetic field (on a unit mass or unit charge or unit magnetic pole) at a given point in the field

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If the cyclotron line is a result of circling protons then the magnetic field strength would be extremely high amongst the highest field strengths detected for neutron stars.
The horizontal gas flows from the southern umbra compressed the fields near the other umbra (N-pole) and enhanced the field strength to more than 6,000 gauss.
Over the last century, the field strength has changed relatively slowly: the biggest change is a 10 percent fall in the southern Atlantic, which is still a large enough effect to (https://news.
Additionally, the MRI scanners come in different magnet field strengths measured in tesla or "T.
c] is the critical value of the field strength, kV/cm; [delta] = N/[N.
The MRI systems field strength market is divided into low-to-mid-field MRI (below 1.
Very-high-field MRI is the fastest-growing field strength, while high-field MRI forms the largest field strength segment.
The greatest values of electric field strength are actually under a high voltage lines.
What MRI field strength segments are growing the fastest, and what are the top-selling stents in the category?
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From magneto-rheological fluids documentation that provides Yield Stress--Magnetic Field Strength dependencies, we can calculate yield stress values in accordance to calculated magnetic field strength.
The parameters that use to measure the value of penetration of fields in human body are electric field strength (V/m), magnetic field strength (A/m), Specific Absorption Rate (Watt/kg), power density (Watt/m2) and etc.
Besides attempts to limit energy consumption in wireless (access) networks [10,14], the concerns about a possible harmful impact of human exposure to RF sources have led to a situation where network planners (out of necessity) have to take the field strength of the incident waves into account.
Enhancements include a 20 percent increase in field strength or improved contaminant detection, as well as the first integration of its EnviroScan software and patented AutoBalance technology in a variable frequency system.
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