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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «PERMANENT MAGNETISM» OVER TIME
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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about permanent magnetism
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PERMANENT MAGNETISM»
Discover the use of permanent magnetism in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to permanent magnetism and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
One of the first books to approach magnetism from a metal physics perspective, Permanent Magnetism presents research ideas that are being translated into commercial reality for ferrite and Nd-Fe-B magnets, and follows the discovery of ...
Ralph Skomski, J. M. D. Coey, 1999
Advances in PermanentMagnetism
A guide to permanent-magnet property selection and design in magnetoelectric devices.
Rollin J. Parker, 1990
JAR Professional Pilot Studies
Permanent magnetism in an aircraft arises chiefly from hammering and the
effects of the Earth's magnetic field during manufacture, or sitting for long periods
on one heading. There are vertical and horizontal effects, and it is corrected with
Phil Croucher, 2004
High Magnetic Fields: Science and Technology
The science of permanent magnetism is a joint venture of solid-state physics,
materials science and magnet design. For physical reasons, it is expected that
the maximum field which can be obtained from ferromagnetic permanent
magnets has ...
Fritz Herlach, Noboru Miura, 2006
The magnetism of ships and the deviations of the compass, ...
relative proportions of the induced and permanent magnetism which give rise to
the semicircular deviations, can be formed. There are other considerations which
lead to the same result. We may suppose the compass to be placed at a position
United States. Navy Dept. Bureau of Navigation, 1869
Handbook for Deck Officers
The magnetism which remains is the permanent magnetism of the ship. In
addition to its permanent magnetism, a ship acquires induced magnetism when
placed in the Earth's magnetic field. The magnetism induced in any given piece
of soft ...
Pietro del Rosso
The American Practical Navigator - Bowditch
Up-to-date information on geomag- netics is available at http://geomag.usgs.gov/
dod.html. 603. Ship's Magnetism A ship under construction or repair will acquire
permanent magnetism due to hammering and vibration while sitting stationary in
Nathaniel Bowditch, National Imagery and Mapping Agency, 2002
Editions du CNRS, 1978. O'HANDLEY R.C. - Modern magnetic materials:
principles and applications. Wiley, New York, 2000. SKOMSKI R. & COEY J.M.D.
- Permanent magnetism. Institute of Physics Publishing, Bristol and Philadelphia,
Étienne Du Trémolet de Lacheisserie, Damien Gignoux, Michel Schlenker, 2005
Magnetism and Magnetic Materials
FURTHER READING R. Skomski and J. M.D. Coey, Permanent Magnetism,
Bristol: IOP Publishing (1999). A monograph focussed on the physics of
permanent magnetism, including chapters on experimental methods, materials
J. M. D. Coey, 2010
Transactions of the Institution of Naval Architects
lThe laws of the change of sub-permanent magnetism are not well understood. A.
sensible change usually takes place within a short time after the launching of the
ship ; butfrom the extreme hurry of shipowners to send their ships to sea, there ...
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «PERMANENT MAGNETISM»
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A Look Under the Microscope: Student Researchers Apply their …
But on the nanoscale, it loses its permanent magnetism, having the same magnetic strength throughout as it loses its pole. This size-related ... «The Occidental Weekly, Apr 15»
48-Volt Cars Available By 2016
And since there's no permanent magnetism, you can switch the electromagnetic coils very rapidly using electronic switching to rotate the stator ... «Hybrid Cars News, Sep 14»
Google Provides Small Look at Ara Modular Phone
The video refers to "electro-permanent magnetism" as the magnetism being switched on when the user wants the device to stay together and ... «Franchise Herald, Apr 14»
Google Shows A Glimpse Of How Its Modular Phone Moonshot Is …
Or “electro-permanent magnetism”, as the video puts it — which presumably means the magnetism is switched on when you want the device to ... «TechCrunch, Apr 14»
Brunton plans to grow Riverton facility
Brunton also introduced "permanent magnetism" to the needles. Other companies magnetize a piece of metal electrically, but such magnetism ... «The Ranger, Mar 14»
Learn How Magnets Work By Watching This Short Animation
The rules of attraction are demystified here—learn how electromagnetism is a result of special relativity and permanent magnetism is a result of ... «Co.Design, Oct 13»
Engineers in nanospace
... permanent magnetism) and anisotropic (having a physical property that has a different value when measured in different directions) magnetic ... «Nanowerk LLC, Jan 13»
Physicist homes in on universe's earliest magnetic fields
Permanent magnetism is a property of only a few materials, such as iron, in which the spins of individual electrons naturally line up in the same ... «physicsworld.com, Jan 13»
The facility, dedicated Friday, erases the permanent magnetism from submarines to camouflage them against magnetic detection by other ... «Honolulu Star-Advertiser, Apr 12»
Chameleon Magnets: Ability to Switch Magnets "On" or "Off" Could …
Permanent magnetism, or ferromagnetism, comes from the spontaneous alignment of the electron spins and their associated magnetic ... «Next Big Future, May 11»
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