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Magnetic Materials

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This chapter gives the description of the most common magnetic materials used in electrical engineering and other industrial applications. The first section details the most common physical quantities used to describe magnetic properties of materials, while the following sections describe the basic magnetic properties of the five classes of magnetic materials.

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  • Ductile Cast Iron
  • Ferromagnetic Material
  • Magnetic Dipole Moment
  • Eddy Current Loss
  • Spin Angular Momentum

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Cardarelli, F. (2000). Magnetic Materials. In: Materials Handbook. Springer, London. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4471-3648-4_6

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