magnetic force


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Schultz, "Magnetic force microscope study of the micromagnetics of submicrometer magnetic particles," Journal of Applied Physics, vol.
In this study, we found that the repair of cartilage defects using m-iPS cells with application of an external magnetic force was significantly better than without the external magnetic force.
There are mainly two forces acting on the MNP of the ferrofluid under magnetic field: (1) the magnetic force, [[??].sub.m], which is generated by the applied magnetic field gradient, and (2) the fluidic force, [[??].sub.s], which is exerted by the suspending medium on a moving MNP.
In other words, for magnetic particles to be diverted from their path after injection into blood stream and afterwards to be accumulated at a target zone the drag force [??] has to gradually decrease and become smaller than the magnetic force [??] when magnetic particles are approaching target zone
Franz Friedrich Anton Mesmer, in 18th-century France, thought that a magnetic force emanated from the human hands which, when passed over the body of a sick person, could bring healing.
The force generated by flat-type vertical-gap passive magnetic levitation vibration isolator can be calculated by superposition of magnetic force between each two magnets (one of the two magnets is on the stator and another is on the mover).
The established model for the magnetic force on a single particle reads as:
The magnetic force draws the bead toward itself while electric current running through the pad acts on the bead, pushing it away.
Arranged in plenary and oral session, young scientists session, and poster session, the 99 papers consider such topics as nanostructured and modulated low-dimensional systems, the microstructure and texture evolution in a cold-rolled high-manganese steel with microadditions of titanium and niobium, two methods of studying the structure perfection of single-crystal nickel-based superalloys, optical and scanning electron microscope studies of recycled aluminum-silicon cast alloys, a magnetic force microscopy study of magnetic domain structure in maraging steel, and changes in the structure of palladium nanograins in carbon film under the influence of hydrogen.
The magnetic force of a magnet is in inverse proportion to its coercive force (resistance to a magnetic field on the outside), and magnetic force weakens as the temperature rises.
Advantages of magnetic force delivery reported in the literature include
Indeed, the basic formulae (the electrical force between the charges and the magnetic force between current-carrying conductors) can be represented with a single dimensional factor of force.
For our problem, the magnetic force [[??].sub.m] can be understood as the gradient of the magnetic energy density [U.sub.m] multiplied by the volume V the magnetic field occupies:
However, the external force field of magnetostatic method is dynamic; that is, it has to be continuously updated during each time of active contour's deformation, while the calculation of the magnetic force field is relative complex, which makes computation of magnetostatic active contour method slow [13, 22].
There is no transfer point drop in magnetic force, nor is there any decline in performance due to heat rise.