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fluxtrol_a [2015/09/08 14:34]
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fluxtrol_a [2019/06/03 18:29] (current)
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 | //​[[user/​Stan Zurek]], Fluxtrol A, [[http://​Encyclopedia-Magnetica.com|Encyclopedia-Magnetica.com]],​ {accessed @YEAR@-@MONTH@-@DAY@}//​ | | //​[[user/​Stan Zurek]], Fluxtrol A, [[http://​Encyclopedia-Magnetica.com|Encyclopedia-Magnetica.com]],​ {accessed @YEAR@-@MONTH@-@DAY@}//​ |
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-Typical [[magnetisation curve|magnetisation curves]] for various Fluxtrol materials[(HES>​[[http://​fluxtrol.com/​wp-content/​uploads/​2010/​09/​HES-04-Conc-Paper.pdf|Robert T. Ruffini, Dr. Valentin Nemkov, Dr. Nina Vyshinskaya,​ New Magnetodielectric Materials for Magnetic Flux Control, HES, 2004]])] 
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 **Fluxtrol A** - a trade name of high-frequency [[magnetic material]] manufactured by [[Fluxtrol Inc]]. There is a whole class of materials named [[Fluxtrol]].[(Robert C. Goldstein, Valentin Nemkov and John Jackowski, Virtual Prototyping of Induction Heat Treating, Heat Treating: Proceedings of the 25th ASM Heat Treating Society Conference, September 14–17, 2009, Indianapolis,​ IN, USA, p. 86)] **Fluxtrol A** - a trade name of high-frequency [[magnetic material]] manufactured by [[Fluxtrol Inc]]. There is a whole class of materials named [[Fluxtrol]].[(Robert C. Goldstein, Valentin Nemkov and John Jackowski, Virtual Prototyping of Induction Heat Treating, Heat Treating: Proceedings of the 25th ASM Heat Treating Society Conference, September 14–17, 2009, Indianapolis,​ IN, USA, p. 86)]
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 Fluxtrol A is designed to be used in [[flux concentrator|flux concentrators]] for [[induction heating]]. The manufacturer recommends operating frequency between 1-50 kHz.  Fluxtrol A is designed to be used in [[flux concentrator|flux concentrators]] for [[induction heating]]. The manufacturer recommends operating frequency between 1-50 kHz. 
  
-Fluxtrol A was replaced by the improved material [[Fluxtrol 100]].[(http://​fluxtrol.com/​fluxtrol-100.php {accessed 2015-09-08})]+Fluxtrol A can be replaced by the improved material [[Fluxtrol 100]].[(http://​fluxtrol.com/​fluxtrol-100.php {accessed 2015-09-08})] 
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 +[[Flux concentrator]] (green) made from Fluxtrol A, positioned on a round [[induction coil]] [(Data_A>​[[http://​fluxtrol.com/​inc/​pdf/​Fluxtrol-A-Specs.pdf|Fluxtrol A, Data sheet, Fluxtrol Inc. {accessed 2015-09-28}]])] 
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 +//<​sup>​Copyright (c) Fluxtrol Inc.</​sup>//​ 
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 +Typical [[magnetisation curve|magnetisation curves]] for various Fluxtrol materials[(HES>​[[http://​fluxtrol.com/​wp-content/​uploads/​2010/​09/​HES-04-Conc-Paper.pdf|Robert T. Ruffini, Dr. Valentin Nemkov, Dr. Nina Vyshinskaya,​ New Magnetodielectric Materials for Magnetic Flux Control, HES, 2004]])] 
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 ===== Properties ===== ===== Properties =====
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 | major frequency range | 3-30 kHz | | major frequency range | 3-30 kHz |
 | temperature resistance | 250°C (long term), 300°C (short term) | | temperature resistance | 250°C (long term), 300°C (short term) |
-| thermal conductivity | 0.2 W/(cm∙C) = 20 W/(m∙K)+| thermal conductivity | 0.2 W/(cm∙°C) = 20 W/​(m∙K) ​|
 | [[resistivity]] | 0.5 kΩ∙cm = 5 Ω∙m | | [[resistivity]] | 0.5 kΩ∙cm = 5 Ω∙m |
  
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