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Flow transitions in a rotating magnetic field

Flow transitions in a rotating magnetic field

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration in [Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Magnetic fields.,
  • Rayleigh number.,
  • Rotational motion.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesExperiments in Fluids. 1996.
    StatementM.P. Volz, K. Mazuruk.
    SeriesNASA-TM -- 112482., NASA technical manual -- 112482.
    ContributionsMazuruk, K., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationp. 454-[459]
    Number of Pages459
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15538636M

    This creates a strong magnetic field which, in turn, is aided by the weaker fields in A and A. As each point on the voltage graph is analyzed, it can be seen that the resultant magnetic field is rotating in a clockwise direction. When the three-phase voltage completes one full cycle (point 7), the magnetic field has rotated through °. The Maglev Heart Title Rule 1 The decades-old quest for an artificial heart takes a surprising turn Title Rule 2 By Nicholas Greatrex, Matthias Kleinheyer, Frank Nestler & Daniel. All Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) machines are calibrated today, all over the world with the “Tesla Unit”(from.2 tesla to 9 tesla). MRI work on the principle of the homogenous magnetic field. Nikola Tesla discovered the Rotating Magnetic Field in This was a monumental discovery in physics.


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Critical Rayleigh numbers have been measured in a liquid metal cylinder of finite height in the presence of a rotating magnetic field. Several different stability regimes were observed, which were determined by the values of Flow transitions in a rotating magnetic field book Rayleigh and Hartmann numbers.

Flow transitions in a rotating magnetic field book For weak rotating magnetic fields and small Rayleigh numbers, the experimental observations can be explained by the existence of a Cited by: Get this from a library.

Flow transitions in a rotating magnetic field. [M P Volz; K Mazuruk; United States. National Flow transitions in a rotating magnetic field book and Space Administration.]. Flow transitions in a rotating M. Volz, K. Mazuruk magnetic field 4 ' J Abstract Critical Rayleigh numbers have been measured in a liquid metal cylinder of finite height in the presence of a rotating magnetic field.

Several different stability regimes were observed, which were determined by the values of the Rayleigh and Hartmann : M. Volz, K. Mazuruk. The rotating magnetic field applied externally to the melt may be described by: (1) Flow transitions in a rotating magnetic field book (r,ϕ,z,t)= B 0 [sin (ϕ−ωt) e r + cos (ϕ−ωt) e ϕ], where B 0 is the magnetic field amplitude and ω denotes the frequency of the applied current used to generate the magnetic field and t Cited by: A rotating magnetic field is a magnetic field that has moving polarities in which its opposite poles rotate about a central point or axis.

Ideally, the rotation changes direction at a constant angular is a key principle in the operation of the alternating-current motor. Rotating magnetic fields are often utilized for electromechanical applications such as induction motors and.

Three-dimensional flow transitions under a rotating magnetic field Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Crystal Growth () August with 49 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Kamiyama, in Encyclopedia of Materials: Science and Technology, (b) Pulsating flow characteristics. As another example of the unsteady pipe flow, we consider here pulsating pipe flow, that is, the velocity of the fluid is composed of steady and oscillatory flow (u 0 +u 1) in a pulsating magnetic field (H 0 +H 1).Eqn.

Results of direct numerical simulation are Flow transitions in a rotating magnetic field book confirming that a linearly stable liquid metal flow driven by a rotating magnetic magnetic field can experience transition to turbulence.

2. The model. Let us consider a spherical shell of inner and outer radii r i and r outer sphere is at rest while the inner rotates at a constant angular velocity Ω around the e ^ z axis. The shell is filled with a homogeneous and conducting fluid of constant density ρ, dynamic viscosity μ, magnetic diffusivity λ and electrical conductivity σ = 1/(λμ 0), where μ 0 is the free Cited by: 2.

The current flow and Flow transitions in a rotating magnetic field book field in winding A is zero (because the phase voltage is zero). The resultant magnetic field is therefore in the direction of the A axis.

At the degree point (position 2), the resultant magnetic field lies midway between windings A and A. When a three-phase voltage is applied to the three-phase stator winding of the induction motor is rotating magnetic field is produced, which by transformer action induces a ‘working’ e.m.f.

in the rotor winding. The rotor-induced e.m.f. is called a working e.m.f. because it causes a current to flow through the armature winding conductors. This video provides all the basic concept of Rotating Magnetic Field in detail. Figure ion of a rotating magnetic field upon superimposition of three sinusoidal magnetic fields that are displaced ° spatially and with respect to phase: t denotes the pole pitch; B 1, B 2, and B 3 are magnetic inductions created by the currents of the first, second, and third phases; and B is the total magnetic induction of the rotating field.

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Please try again later. is known as the rotating magnetic field. ELEMENTAL PRINCIPLES An examination of the rudimentary interaction between inductance coils and field magnets will provide some insight into the principles behind the rotary magnetic field.

Consider a simple electromechanical device consisting of a File Size: KB. Martin Witkowski, L. and Marty, Ph. () Some peculiar flow patterns in a fluid driven by a rotating magnetic field, 3rd Int.

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Tesla's discovery of the Rotating Magnetic Field. A Glorious moment. The rotating magnetic field is a fundamental principle in physics and one of the greatest discoveries of all times. In FebruaryTesla was walking with a friend through a city park in Budapest, Hungary reciting stanzas from Goethe's Faust.

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Rotating Magnetic Field in AC Machines 1 Introduction In a DC machine, the stator winding is excited by DC current and hence the eld produced by this wind-ing is time invariant in nature.

In this machine the conversion of energy from electrical to mechanical form or vice versa is possible by one of the following ways: 1. rotating the rotor in. The stability of an electrically conducting fluid flow in a cylinder driven by a multi-pole rotating magnetic field is numerically studied.

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In this article, we will try to understand the theory behind the production of rotating magnetic that, we will first imagine one stator of an electric motor where three-phase winding is physically distributed in the stator core in such a manner that winding of each phase is separated from other by o in space.

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V.}, abstractNote = {The electric field-induced reorientation of a. TRANSITIONAL AND TURBULENT FLOW DRIVEN BY A ROTATING MAGNETIC FIELD IN A CYLINDRICAL CONTAINERr, ann Institute for Aerospace Engineering (ILR), Dresden University of Technology, D Dresden, Germany ([email protected]) Introduction.

We investigate the flow of an electrically fluid driven by a. ROTATING MAGNETIC FIELDS The principle of rotating magnetic fields is the key to the operation of most ac motors. Both synchronous and induction types of motors rely on rotating magnetic fields in their stators to cause their rotors to turn.

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Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is a method of physical observation in which nuclei in a strong constant magnetic field are perturbed by a weak oscillating magnetic field (in the near field and therefore not involving electromagnetic waves) and respond by producing an electromagnetic signal with a frequency characteristic of the magnetic field at the nucleus.

We analyse the effects of aligned magnetic field, radiation, and rotation on unsteady hydromagnetic free convection flow of a viscous incompressible electrically conducting fluid past an impulsively moving vertical plate in a porous medium in presence of heat source.

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[5] For our analysis we wish to adopt a reference frame rotating with the Earth. Although Maxwell's equations and the constitutive relationships. Running these dephased currents through coils geometrically shifted degrees from each other creates a magnetic field.

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Experiments were performed for visual observation and investigation of liquid Gallium flow at a temperature of 40oC in a rotating magnetic field. Two different measuring methods were developed to determine the revolution number of rotating melt.

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Rotating magnetic field 1. Rotating Magnetic Field EI-DEPT, SRMCEM, LUCKNOW 1 2) INTRODUCTION Rotating magnetic field can be defined as field or flux having constant amplitude but whose axis rotates in a plane at a certain speed.e.g.

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