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Hysteresis
Hysteresis Hysteresis is a property of systems (usually physical ... Sir James Alfred Ewing in 1890. Introduction Hysteresis phenomena occur in magnetic and ferromagnetic materials ... or field and its subsequent effect. Electric hysteresis occurs when applying a varying electric field, and elastic hysteresis occurs in response to a varying ...
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Hysteresis   (translated from German)
Hysteresis Hysteresis (gr. hysteros: ), also afterwards Remaining effect, continuing ... order to demagnetise the material despite the hysteresis behavior by magnetization moving in opposite directions ... with constant change slowly on zero. Schematic hysteresis curve → : Magnetische field strength H ↑ ... the characteristic, loop-shaped process of the hysteresis curve, also to BH loop mentioned. ...
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Hysteresis   (translated from French)
Hysteresis That is to say a size cause ... imposes on the cause C periodic variations, hysteresis is responsible for a particular form for the curve E = f(C) called hysteresis loop Note: these curves are only possible forms of a phenomenon of hysteresis. The cycle can not be centered around ... to the origin Remarks The phenomena of hysteresis are responsible for the appearance of ...
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Hysteresis   (translated from Spanish)
Hysteresis hysteresis it is the tendency of material to ... from this phenomenon. Table of contents Magnetic hysteresis In física is, for example, magnetic hysteresis, if to magnetizar ferromagneto, this one maintains ... be found electromagnéticos , or elásticos . The magnetic hysteresis is the phenomenon that allows the ...
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Hysteresis   (translated from Italian)
Hysteresis hysteresis it is the characteristic of a system ... gives James Alfred Ewing in 1890 . The hysteresis is had in the magnetic materials and ... If the answer of a system with hysteresis comes represented in a diagram in function ... to right). In a system lacking in hysteresis the curve passes for the origin ...
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Hysteresis phenomenon   (translated from Japanese)
Hysteresis phenomenon Hysteresis phenomenon(Hysteresis) With, it is System (MainlyPhysicsSystem) state is ... it does not return to original shape.Hysteresis As for languageClassical GreekSo Deficiency(England) it ... defined & was designated by Sir. Furthermore, originally Hysteresis Means "the phenomenon, hysteresis" with only ...
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Thermal hysteresis
Thermal hysteresis Thermal hysteresis. In reference to antifreeze proteins, refers to ... method or a freezing point osmometer. Thermal hysteresis is also sometimes referred to as antifreeze activity. Thermal hysteresis(TH) is calculated by subtracting the freezing ... point(MP) of a solution. Calculating thermal hysteresis TH=MP-FP
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Talk:Hysteresis
Talk:Hysteresis Economics - The example given relates more to inertia than hysteresis. For hysteresis in an economic context, see: Whitwell, J ... at least in some countries, for thus hysteresis phenomenon, meaning that the outcome of policies ... it is said that F1 hybrids exhibit hysteresis. Can this be explained here?
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Talk:Hysteresis (electric)
Talk:Hysteresis (electric) Neither non-linearity nor saturation is in itself hysteresis. Anyway, what's the point of this article, as the main article Hysteresis seems to be much better? Pjacobi 10 ...
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Curve of hysteresis   (translated from Spanish)
Curve of hysteresis hysteresis curve it shows the curve of magnetización ...
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