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Temperature control using magnetic techniques.

Edward Thomas Michael Lacey

Temperature control using magnetic techniques.

by Edward Thomas Michael Lacey

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Published by University of Salford in Salford .
Written in English


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MSc thesis, Physics.

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Open LibraryOL19960749M

  In this paper, we reveal the different temperatures recorded in selected magnetic components and, we show the methods of determination and measurement used. As magnetic components have characteristics that strongly depend on the level of local temperature, it is essential to take into consideration the temperature and its influence on the magnetic and electrical characteristics . The light is turned ON and the Voltage Control is set at about 35 (or depending on the dial). As the temperature rises, the sample is observed through the built-in magnifying device. The temperature at which the corners of the micro crystals begin to round is taken as the beginning of the 'Melting Point.'.

Permanent magnets can be made nonmagnetic through simple physical actions. For example, a strong external magnetic field can disrupt a permanent magnet's ability to attract metals like nickel, iron and steel. Temperature, like an external magnetic field, can also affect a permanent magnet. the tuning parameters using different optimization techniques like evolutionary optimization technique [10] and swarm optimization techniques [11]. In this paper, the performance of different control techniques such as feedback PID, feedback plus feedforward control and internal model control are analyzed to control a regulatory control Size: KB.

However, when the temperature rises, the magnet will return to normal performance. The change in magnetic output is reversible, that is, no permanent loss of magnetic strength occurs. We’ve used neodymium magnets as an example, but cold-temperature performance would be similar for Samarium Cobalt and for Alnico magnets. The datacentre houses uninterruptedly power supplies (UPSs), switches and power systems ranging from V three-phase AC to 5V DC and below.. The main areas datacentre managers need to monitor and Author: Clive Longbottom.


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