Commences with a review of the fundamental concepts of magnetostatics and the analysis of solutions to problems in simple geometrics, followed by the design of magnetic structures. The third section analyzes two major aspects of the magnetic structures and demagnetization properties of actual magnetic material. Offers a number of practical uses for permanent magnets, particularly to Magnetic Resonance Imaging and also includes industrial machinery, high energy accelerators and free electron lasers.
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The quasilinear demagnetization characteristics of rare-earth magnets make it possible to analyze complex three-dimensional magnetic structures with exact mathematical solutions for arbitrarily assigned geometries of the magnet cavity. Yet the demand for magnetic fields with increasingly stringent specifications of strength, uniformity, distribution, and confinement goes largely unfulfilled because many permanent magnet designers are unaware of near revolutionary developments in the field. The properties of the modern magnetic materials are so strikingly different from the old magnetic alloys that their use must follow a new, logically defined design approach. Structures of Permanent Magnets: Generation of Uniform Fields fills an enormous gap in the current literature and is destined to become the advanced magnet designer's primary source. This thorough and well-organized treatise introduces a highly imaginative and innovative approach to magnetic design-a complete theory of confinement of large magnetic fields to cavities of arbitrary shape with permanent magnets. Divided into three parts, the book offers comprehensive coverage of the fundamentals of magnetostatics, the design of closed magnetic structures, and the analysis of the effects of the opening of the magnetic structures and demagnetization characteristics of real magnetic material. Structures of Permanent Magnets: Generation of Uniform Fields will enable designers to provide miniaturized, confined, high-field, nonenergy-consuming magnetic field sources for devices in a wide variety of technological areas, including electronics, medical diagnostics, electrical machinery, space astronomy, laboratory instruments, and many others. At the same time, it will empower research scientists, applied physicists, application engineers, product development managers, and students with a quantitative design approach incorporating modern magnetic materials, unique magnetic structures that reduce weight and volume of permanent magnets, as well as a new theory for solving the inverse problem using an exact mathematical formulation.From the Back Cover:
Advances in Permanent Magnetism Rollin J. Parker This all-in-one guide is an essential tool of the trade for anyone confronted with design problems involving permanent magnets. Covering all practical aspects of permanent magnets, Advances in Permanent Magnetism saves hours of legwork spent chasing down data scattered throughout dozens of specialized texts and articles. The book looks at the entire field, from the origin of permanent magnet behavior to the uses of magnetic components in energy conversion devices, and it offers much new information on high-energy rare-earth magnets. Advances in Permanent Magnetism is designed to get engineers quickly on-line with the knowledge and skills they need to design highly efficient, economical permanent magnetic devices. 1990 (0-471-82293-0) 337 pp. Physical Properties of III-V Semiconductor Compounds InP,InAs,GaAs,GaP,InGaAs,and InGaAsP Sadao Adachi Both a practical handbook and reference, this important work brings together in one comprehensive volume the existing theoretical and experimental data on various material properties of InGaAsP and InGaAs alloy semiconductors as well as the properties of related binary semiconductors, InP, InAs, GaAs, and GaP. The book features a complete set of material properties, including: structural properties; mechanical, elastic, and lattice vibrational properties; thermal properties; electronic properties; electron and phonon deformation potentials; optical properties; elastooptic and electrooptic properties; and transport properties. Designed for optimal clarity and ease of use, this practical book summarizes, in graphical, tabular, and functional forms, hard-to-access information on these key semiconductors. 1992 (0-471-57329-9) 336 pp.
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Book Description Wiley-VCH, 1993. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110471591122
Book Description Wiley-VCH, 1993. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0471591122