Chapter 9: Magnetization
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9.1 Magnetization density
9.2 Laws and continuity conditions with magnetization
- Faraday's law including magnetization
- Magnetic flux density
- Terminal voltage with magnetization
9.3 Permanent magnetization
9.4 Magnetization constitutive laws
9.5 Fields in the presence of magnetically linear insulating materials
- Inductance in the presence of linearly magnetizable materials
- Induced magnetic charge: demagnetization
9.6 Fields in piece-wise uniform magnetically linear materials
- Excitation in region of high permeability
- Excitation in region of low permeability
9.7 Magnetic circuits
- Electrical terminal relations and characteristics
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