Lasted edited by Andrew Munsey, updated on June 15, 2016 at 1:03 am.
may 5th, 2007:
Sean McCarthy dropped this term again today:
about how his technology works. Isn't this the same as hysteresis?
On 5/5/07, Paul Lowrance wrote:
> I was taught it's different than hysteresis. Magnetic viscosity is frequency related. It's simply magnetic lag. The electron spins in the material don't change instantly when the applied field changes.
Okay, for a fixed field strength, it takes time for the field density to catch up, so to speak hence, "viscosity". Whereas, hysteresis relates to varying applied field strength.
So, 'Steorn claims that their technology takes advantage of magnetic domain alignment time lag'.
but that's the mechanism of magnetic refigeration. If it's that simple the people doing magnetic refrigeration will have a fit.
Rutherford, Berkhausen & Steorn.
No, not the latest law firm nor, a new wave band. However it is helping me to understand what these Irish laddies are talking about.
Rutherford essentially defined magnetic viscosity in his second paper.
Barkhausen fairly explained the cause and showed how domain flipping causes magnetic noise.
The propagation of domain flipping is the cause of MV.
Steorn has now found a way to take an advantage of the propagation of domain flipping.
At first I did not believe that you could build a solid state magnetic energy source but, I think I could bloody well do it with adequate resources.