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1. The magnetic field of a cylindrical magnet that has a pole-face diameter of cm can be varied sinusoidally between T and T at a frequency of 17 Hz. (The current in a wire wrapped around a permanent magnet is varied to give this variation in the net field.).
2. In electromagnetic radiation (such as microwaves from an antenna, shown here) the term "radiation" applies only to the parts of the electromagnetic field that radiate into infinite space and decrease in intensity by an inverse-square law of power, so that the total radiation energy that crosses through an imaginary spherical surface is the same, no matter how far away from the antenna the.
3. Jul 01,  · We use the solutions of the simplified problem at M 1 = 0, M 2 = 0, M 3 ≠0 to calculate the variation of the stress fields after model earthquakes. Fig. 7 shows the relative changes in maximum tangential stresses 10 Δ v σ max / σ max (in %) after the earthquake in Tashkent (, M = , h = 8 km, Φ = °N, λ = °E.