5. Magnetic Flux Control

In this course magnetic flux control is a generic term for modification of induction coil magnetic flux by means of installation of magnetic templates (magnetic flux controllers). Magnetic flux control due to application of non-magnetic bodies (Faraday rings or flux robbers) is not considered here. Magnetic controllers may significantly change magnetic field pattern and coil parameters; their application must be considered as a part of the whole induction system design. Because Controllers play different roles (magnetic flux concentration, shielding, distribution) they are called also Concentrators, Cores or Shields depending on application. - In many cases controllers fulfill several functions simultaneously.

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