Magnetization distribution along the cylindrical rod in longitudinal constant uniform magnetic field

  • V. F. Matyuk
  • A. A. Osipov
  • A. V. Strelyukhin


The known analytical expressions and experimental data obtained by the authors on the distribution of the cross-section-averaged relative magnetization along a longitudinal solid cylindrical rod magnetized by the uniform field are analyzed. A new calculation formula is offered whose distinctive feature is the allowance for the dependence of the material magnetic characteristics on the field magnetization. Results of calculations and experiments for rods with different geometric parameters and material magnetic characteristics are compared. The applicability of the formula is shown.

Key words

solid cylindrical rod magnetic field magnetization constant field calculations 


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  • V. F. Matyuk
  • A. A. Osipov
  • A. V. Strelyukhin

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