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PhysRevA.84.023836 100%

PHYSICAL REVIEW A 84, 023836 (2011) Coupled states of electromagnetic fields with magnetic-dipolar-mode vortices:

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2011/08/29/physreva-84-023836/

29/08/2011 www.fichier-pdf.fr

vuagnoux 98%

Compromising Electromagnetic Emanations of Wired and Wireless Keyboards Martin Vuagnoux LASEC/EPFL martin.vuagnoux@epfl.ch Abstract Computer keyboards are often used to transmit confidential data such as passwords.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2016/05/20/vuagnoux/

20/05/2016 www.fichier-pdf.fr

Statement Brussels EN 97%

MCS Brussels 2015 Statement 2015, Brussels International Scientific Declaration on Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity and Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Following the 5th Paris Appeal Congress that took place on the 18 th of May, 2015 at the Royal Academy of Medicine, Brussels, Belgium Recalling the pioneering work of the American allergologist Theron G Randolph to whom we owe the first clinical description in 1962 of what is today commonly called multiple chemical sensitivity.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2015/09/10/statement-brussels-en/

10/09/2015 www.fichier-pdf.fr

EMP-System-Eng-Requirements 96%

Outline Standards and specifications Electromagnetic integration a.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2013/01/02/emp-system-eng-requirements/

02/01/2013 www.fichier-pdf.fr

04277904 95%

8, AUGUST 2007 Comparison Between Finite-Element Analysis and Winding Function Theory for Inductances and Torque Calculation of a Synchronous Reluctance Machine Thierry Lubin, Tahar Hamiti, Hubert Razik, and Abderrezak Rezzoug Groupe de Recherche en Electrotechnique et Electronique de Nancy, GREEN-CNRS UMR-7037, Université Henri Poincaré, BP 239, 54506 Vandoeuvre-lès-Nancy Cedex, France This paper compares the prediction of two independent methods for calculating electromagnetic torque and inductances of a synchronous reluctance machine under linear condition.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2014/02/28/04277904/

28/02/2014 www.fichier-pdf.fr

bose suspension system tcm17-4142 95%

Introduction Bose Corporation has created a unique electromagnetic suspension system for automobiles.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2012/04/27/bose-suspension-system-tcm17-4142/

27/04/2012 www.fichier-pdf.fr

Electromagnetic Scintillation Miltaire et météo 94%

Cambridge University Press 0521801990 - Electromagnetic Scintillation II:

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2011/09/03/electromagnetic-scintillation-miltaire-et-meteo/

03/09/2011 www.fichier-pdf.fr

ZPE 94%

WHAT IS IT?......................................................................154 EVERYTHING FOR NOTHING.......................................................158 ETHER AND THE THEORY OF RELATIVITY ............................165 AETHER, RELATIVITY AND SUPERFLUIDITY.........................173 THE ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD &

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2013/01/02/zpe/

02/01/2013 www.fichier-pdf.fr

milimeter wave radar for detecting the speech signal applications 93%

The operating principle of detection the acoustic wave signals based on the Wave Propagation Theory and Wave Equations of The ElectroMagnetic Wave ( E M W ) and Acoustic Wave (AW) propagating, scattering, reflecting and interacting has been investigated.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2011/09/02/milimeter-wave-radar-for-detecting-the-speech-signal-applications/

02/09/2011 www.fichier-pdf.fr

Some extended analyses concerning the physics and kinematics of wave propagation in moving systems 93%

For studying the details of the physical processes concerning space-time relations of signal exchanges in moving inertial-systems, it is purposeful to make at first a short exposition of the kinematics of electromagnetic wave propagation from a moving source to a stationary or moving field point in the free unbounded space.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2012/07/20/some-extended-analyses-concerning-the-physics-and-kinematics-of-/

20/07/2012 www.fichier-pdf.fr

Rodent Repellent 92%

The existing electrical wiring in our homes emits a low electromagnetic field that is harmless to humans, pets as well as pests like rats and cockroaches.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2016/08/17/rodent-repellent/

17/08/2016 www.fichier-pdf.fr

EF2+corrigé Ang2 SM 18-19 91%

(5pts) 20 19 ) (U AB T) 20 18 ~ em ièr eL MD SM /S T (S 2) ~ Fa cu lté de sS cie n ce s 1- Electromagnetic force tells us that protons should repel each other and the atom should fly apart.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2019/07/12/ef2corrige-ang2-sm-18-19/

12/07/2019 www.fichier-pdf.fr

call for papers A4 91%

Metamaterials 10th-15th October Hotel Barceló Sants Metamaterials 2011 Fifth International Congress on Advanced Electromagnetic Materials in Microwaves and Optics Barcelona, Spain, 10-15 October, 2011 The Fifth International Congress on Advanced Electromagnetic Materials in Microwaves and Optics – Metamaterials 2011, will be held on 10th - 15th October 2011 in Barcelona, Spain.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2011/07/10/call-for-papers-a4/

10/07/2011 www.fichier-pdf.fr

Remote neuronal monitoring 91%

RNM has been developed after about 50 years of neuro-electromagnetic involuntary human experimentations.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2017/05/02/remote-neuronal-monitoring/

02/05/2017 www.fichier-pdf.fr

energy 90%

4.1 Solid-State Electromagnetic Free Energy Generator …….

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2013/01/02/energy/

02/01/2013 www.fichier-pdf.fr

PhysRevA.84.023824 86%

published 16 August 2011) We prove that the analytical expression of the intensity of the relativistic Thomson scattered field for a system composed of an electron interacting with a plane electromagnetic field can be written in the form of a composite periodic function of only one variable, that is, the phase of the incident field.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2011/08/31/physreva-84-023824/

31/08/2011 www.fichier-pdf.fr

Electrogravitational communication 86%

Such radiation is extremely penetrating and is known to pass readily through barriers or shields impenetrable to electromagnetic radiation and is, therefore, readily distinguished by this quality.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2013/01/02/electrogravitational-communication/

02/01/2013 www.fichier-pdf.fr

RFID 84%

I also wish to thank my co-chair, Professor Dipak Sengupta for his engaging discussions and for sharing his thorough understanding of electromagnetic principles and their origins.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2011/09/03/rfid/

03/09/2011 www.fichier-pdf.fr

80 286e-60945 84%

9 3 Definitions and abbreviations ..........................................................................................12 4 3.1 Definitions .............................................................................................................12 3.2 Abbreviations used in this standard .......................................................................13 3.3 IMO Performance Standards..................................................................................13 Minimum performance requirements ...............................................................................14 1 General .................................................................................................................14 4.1.1 Introduction................................................................................................14 4.1.2 General requirements ................................................................................15 4.2 Design and Operation ............................................................................................15 4.2.1 Ergonomics and HMI..................................................................................15 4.2.2 Hardware ...................................................................................................18 4.2.3 Software ....................................................................................................19 4.2.4 (6.4) Inter-unit connection .........................................................................19 4.3 Power supply .........................................................................................................20 4.3.1 (7.1) Extreme power supply .......................................................................20 4.3.2 (7.2) Excessive conditions .........................................................................20 4.3.3 (7.3, 7.4) Power supply short-term variation and power supply failure ........20 4.4 (8) Durability and resistance to environmental conditions.......................................20 4.5 Interference ...........................................................................................................20 4.5.1 (9,10) Electromagnetic compatibility .........................................................20 4.5.2 (11.1) Acoustic noise ................................................................................21 4.5.3 (11.2) Compass safe distance...................................................................21 4.6 Safety precautions .................................................................................................21 4.6.1 (12.1) Protection against accidental access to dangerous voltages ............21 4.6.2 (12.2 12.3) Electromagnetic radiofrequency radiation.................................21 4.6.3 (12.4) X-radiation .......................................................................................21 4.7 (13) Maintenance..................................................................................................22 4.7.1 Maintenance of hardware ...........................................................................22 4.7.2 Maintenance of software ............................................................................22 4.8 (14) Equipment manuals .......................................................................................22 4.9 (15) Marking and identification ..............................................................................22 Methods of testing and required test results....................................................................23 4.1 5 5.1 5.2 6 General .................................................................................................................23 Test conditions ......................................................................................................23 5.2.1 Normal test conditions ...............................................................................24 5.2.2 Extreme test conditions..............................................................................24 5.2.3 Excessive conditions..................................................................................25 5.3 Test results............................................................................................................25 Operational checks (all equipment categories) ................................................................25 6.1 Ergonomics and HMI .............................................................................................25 6.1.1 General......................................................................................................25 6.1.2 (4.2.1.2) Arrangement ...............................................................................25 3 60945 Ed.4  IEC:2001 8.3 8.4 8.5 General .................................................................................................................31 Dry heat.................................................................................................................33 8.2.1 Storage test (portable, exposed and submerged equipment) ......................33 8.2.2 Functional test (portable, protected and exposed equipment).....................33 Damp heat .............................................................................................................34 8.3.1 Functional test (portable, protected and exposed equipment).....................34 Low temperature....................................................................................................34 8.4.1 Storage test (portable equipment) ..............................................................34 8.4.2 Functional tests .........................................................................................35 Thermal shock (portable equipment) ......................................................................35 8.5.1 Purpose .....................................................................................................35 8.5.2 Method of test ............................................................................................36 8.5.3 Required result ..........................................................................................36 Drop (portable equipment) .....................................................................................36 8.6.1 Drop on hard surface .................................................................................36 8.6.2 Drop into water ..........................................................................................36 Vibration (all equipment categories).......................................................................37 8.7.1 Purpose .....................................................................................................37 8.7.2 Method of test ............................................................................................37 8.7.3 Required result ..........................................................................................38 Rain and spray (exposed equipment) .....................................................................38 8.8.1 Purpose .....................................................................................................38 8.8.2 Method of test ............................................................................................38 8.8.3 Required result ..........................................................................................38 Immersion..............................................................................................................39 8.9.1 Submerged equipment ...............................................................................39 8.6 8.1 8.2 8 7.1 (4.3.1) Extreme power supply ................................................................................31 7.2 (4.3.2) Excessive conditions ..................................................................................31 7.3 (4.3.3) Power supply short-term variation...............................................................31 7.4 (4.3.3) Power supply failure ...................................................................................31 (4.4) Durability and resistance to environmental conditions – Methods of testing and required test results ................................................................................................31 7 6.1.3 (4.2.1.3) Operation....................................................................................26 6.1.4 (4.2.1.4) Identification ...............................................................................26 6.1.5 (4.2.1.5) Screen display and indicators .....................................................27 6.1.6 (4.2.1.6) Voice Announcement ..................................................................28 6.1.7 (4.2.1.7) Safety of operation .....................................................................28 6.1.8 (4.2.1.8) Distress alert ...............................................................................28 6.2 Hardware ...............................................................................................................29 6.2.1 (4.2.2.1) General ......................................................................................29 6.2.2 (4.2.2.2) Alarms and Indicators .................................................................29 6.2.3 (4.2.2.3) Illumination .................................................................................29 6.3 Software ................................................................................................................30 6.3.1 (4.2.3.1) General ......................................................................................30 6.3.2 (4.2.3.2) Safety of operation .....................................................................30 6.3.3 (4.2.3.3) Monitoring ..................................................................................30 6.3.4 (4.2.3.4) Operation....................................................................................30 6.4 (4.2.4) Inter-unit connection ...................................................................................31 Power supply – Methods of testing and required test results ...........................................31 8.7 8.8 8.9 4 60945 Ed.4  IEC:2001 9 8.9.2 Portable equipment ....................................................................................39 8.9.3 Portable equipment (temporary immersion) ................................................39 8.10 Solar radiation (portable equipment) ......................................................................40 8.10.1 Waiver 40 8.10.2 Purpose 40 8.10.3 Method of test ............................................................................................40 8.10.4 Required result ..........................................................................................40 8.11 Oil resistance (portable equipment) .......................................................................41 8.11.1 Waiver 41 8.11.2 Purpose 41 8.11.3 Method of test ............................................................................................41 8.11.4 Required result ..........................................................................................41 8.12 Corrosion (salt mist) (all equipment categories) .....................................................41 8.12.1 Waiver 41 8.12.2 Purpose 41 8.12.3 Method of test ............................................................................................42 8.12.4 Required result ..........................................................................................42 (4.5.1) Electromagnetic emission – Methods of testing and required test results ............42 General .................................................................................................................42 Conducted emissions (all equipment categories except portable)...........................43 9.2.1 Purpose .....................................................................................................43 9.2.2 Method of test ............................................................................................43 9.2.3 Required result ..........................................................................................43 9.3 Radiated emissions from enclosure port (all equipment categories except submerged) ...........................................................................................................43 9.3.1 Purpose .....................................................................................................43 9.3.2 Method of test ............................................................................................43 9.3.3 Required result ..........................................................................................44 10 (4.5.1) Immunity to electromagnetic environment – Methods of testing and required test results ......................................................................................................................44 9.1 9.2 10.1 General .................................................................................................................44 10.2 Radio Receiver Equipment ....................................................................................45 10.2.1 Exclusion band ..........................................................................................45 10.2.2 Assessment of receiver responses .............................................................46 10.3 Immunity to conducted radio frequency interference ..............................................46 10.3.1 Purpose 46 10.3.2 Method of test ............................................................................................46 10.3.3 Required result ..........................................................................................47 10.4 Immunity to radiated radiofrequencies (all equipment categories except submerged ) ..........................................................................................................47 10.4.1 Purpose 47 10.4.2 Method of test ............................................................................................47 10.4.3 Required result ..........................................................................................47 10.5 Immunity to fast transients on a.c.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2014/02/28/80-286e-60945/

28/02/2014 www.fichier-pdf.fr

electromagnetic radiation 84%

Rationale, Legislation and Implementation”, convened by the International Commission for Electromagnetic Safety and hosted by the City of Benevento, Italy, in February 2006 _______________ My presentation is in memory and with thanks to my good friend, and wonderful researcher, Neil Cherry who unfortunately died much too early in June 2003.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2012/01/16/electromagnetic-radiation/

16/01/2012 www.fichier-pdf.fr

onoochin 83%

tephipps@insightbb.com On an Additional Magnetic Force Present in a System of Coaxial Solenoids Abstract In this short article we show by reasoning from the reciprocity relation that some electromagnetic force additional to the Lorentz force should exist in magnetocumulative generators (MCG).

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2015/08/12/onoochin/

12/08/2015 www.fichier-pdf.fr

maxwell quaternion 82%

a).-We show that the invariance of the Maxwell equations under duality rotations brings into scene to the → → complex vector ( c B + i E ), whose components allow to construct a quaternionic equation for the electromagnetic field in vacuo.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2017/04/01/maxwell-quaternion/

01/04/2017 www.fichier-pdf.fr

Agroclimatic cities 82%

a place of protection against electromagnetic waves harmful to man and nature Bio resonance:

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2021/02/18/agroclimatic-cities/

18/02/2021 www.fichier-pdf.fr

Phys-math-help 82%

(28) ~ ×M ~ (x) J~M (x) = ∇ (29) ~ ×H ~ = J~ext ∇ (30) ~ = µH ~ B (31) W = Magnetostatics in media ~ = with H 1 ~ µ0 B ~ −M Relation between B and H for isotropic diamagnetic and paramagnetic substances ~ = F (H) ~ B for ferromagnetic substances 3 (32) 4 Charged particle in electromagnetic field Equation of motion e dˆ pµ uν = 2 Fˆ µν .ˆ ds c (33) – Space component :

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2009/06/01/rohchh8/

01/06/2009 www.fichier-pdf.fr