## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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of particular interest for alternating-current work are those which appear when the

sample is subjected to a magnetic field that is periodically. reversed in direction.

**Hysteresis**Curves and General Magnetic Properties.—The phenomena that areof particular interest for alternating-current work are those which appear when the

sample is subjected to a magnetic field that is periodically. reversed in direction.

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... that determine the positions of the tips of the

magnetization curve is the locus of these tips. Minor B. :--|-- a loops are obtained

by inserting a constant max 2.7 emf. directly in series with the magnetizing a'

winding ...

... that determine the positions of the tips of the

**hysteresis**loops. The normalmagnetization curve is the locus of these tips. Minor B. :--|-- a loops are obtained

by inserting a constant max 2.7 emf. directly in series with the magnetizing a'

winding ...

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Also their

or molybdenum increases the initial permeability and the resistivity as well as

rendering the heat treatment less critical. Other alloys containing approximately

50 ...

Also their

**hysteresis**losses are small. The addition of a few per cent of chromiumor molybdenum increases the initial permeability and the resistivity as well as

rendering the heat treatment less critical. Other alloys containing approximately

50 ...

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