Magnetic Energy

Some articles on magnetic, energy, magnetic energy:

Ferrofluid - Description - Normal-field Instability
... When a paramagnetic fluid is subjected to a strong vertical magnetic field, the surface forms a regular pattern of peaks and valleys ... The instability is driven by the magnetic field it can be explained by considering which shape of the fluid minimizes the total energy of the system ... From the point of view of magnetic energy, peaks and valleys are energetically favorable ...
Entropy (order And Disorder) - Adiabatic Demagnetization
... enclosure cooled to a low temperature, typically 2 or 4 kelvins, with a strong magnetic field being applied to the container using a powerful external magnet, so that the tiny molecular magnets are aligned forming a ... This magnetic alignment means that the magnetic energy of each molecule is minimal ... The external magnetic field is then reduced, a removal that is considered to be closely reversible ...
Print-through
... to as bleed-through) is a generally undesirable effect that arises in the use of magnetic tape for storing analogue information, in particular music ... and 2) anhysteretic magnetization caused by an external magnetic field ... thickness of the base film that acts as magnetic barrier (thin C-90 cassette tapes are more susceptible than studio mastering tapes that use a base film four times thicker) 3) the stability of the magnetic ...
Voyager 1 - Mission Background - Spacecraft Design - Scientific Instruments
... (disabled) (IRIS) Investigates both global and local energy balance and atmospheric composition ... Magnetometer (active) (MAG) Designed to investigate the magnetic fields of Jupiter and Saturn, the interaction of the solar wind with the magnetospheres of these planets, and the magnetic ... of the plasma ions and measures electrons in the energy range from 5 eV to 1 keV ...

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