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Flux Emergence (Theory) SpringerLink

Jul 17, 2014 · Magnetic flux emergence from the solar convection zone into the overlying atmosphere is the driver of a diverse range of phenomena associated with solar activity. In this article, we introduce theoretical concepts central to the study of flux emergence and discuss how the inclusion of different physical effects (e.g., magnetic buoyancy, magnetoconvection, reconnection, magnetic twist PRELIMINARY STUDY OF MAGNETIC FLUX LEAKAGE ON Magnetic flux leakage (MFL) technique is widely used for non-destructive testing for detection and evaluation of surface a sub-surface defects in ferromagnetic objects such as oil and gas pipelines, storage tank floors and wire ropes. This technique detect gaps, cracks and flaws by the help of the magnetic field supplied by a current source.

Practical evaluation of velocity effects on the magnetic

Magnetic flux leakage (MFL) is a technique commonly used to inspect storage tank floors. This paper describes a practical evaluation of the effect of scanning velocity on defect detection in mild(PDF) A correlative study of magnetic flux transfer in the A Correlative Study of Magnetic Flux Transfer in the Magnetosphere ROBERT E. HOLZER AND JAMES A. SLAVIN Department of Earth and Space Sciences and Institute of