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DS/EN 60404-14

Magnetic materials - Part 14: Methods of measurement of the magnetic dipole moment of ferromagnetic material specimen by the withdrawal or rotation method

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Organization: DS
Publication Date: 13 November 2002
Status: active
Page Count: 22
ICS Code (Magnetic materials): 29.030
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This part of IEC 60404 is applicable to all ferromagnetic materials. It is particularly aimed at the measurement of the magnetic dipole moment of permanent (magnetically hard) materials and the measurement of the specific saturation magnetic polarization of cemented carbide materials having a ferromagnetic binder.The object of this part is to describe the general principles of the determination of the magnetic dipole moment of a ferromagnetic material specimen using a detection coil in an open magnetic circuit. By including a means of magnetizing the material to saturation, the saturation magnetic dipole moment can also be determined. In addition the average magnetic polarization of a test specimen can be derived from the measurement of its magnetic dipole moment and volume.The calibration of magnetic moment coil systems and the measurement of the magnetic dipole moment of feebly magnetic materials can also be determined using this method.

Document History

DS/EN 60404-14
November 13, 2002
Magnetic materials - Part 14: Methods of measurement of the magnetic dipole moment of ferromagnetic material specimen by the withdrawal or rotation method
This part of IEC 60404 is applicable to all ferromagnetic materials. It is particularly aimed at the measurement of the magnetic dipole moment of permanent (magnetically hard) materials and the...
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