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xiii, 274 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
  • Part I. Basics: 1. Review of basic magnetostatics-- 2. Magnetization and magnetic materials-- 3. Atomic origins of magnetism-- 4. Diamagnetism-- 5. Paramagnetism-- 6. Interactions in ferromagnetic materials-- 7. Ferromagnetic domains-- 8. Antiferromagnetism-- 9. Ferrimagnetism-- 10. Summary of basics-- Part II. Magnetic Phenomena: 11. Anisotropy-- 12. Nanoparticles and thin films-- 13. Magnetoresistance-- 14. Exchange bias-- Part III. Device Applications and Novel Materials: 15. Magnetic data storage-- 16. Magneto-optics and magneto-optic recording-- 17. Magnetic semiconductors and insulators-- 18. Multiferroics-- Solutions to selected exercises.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521886697 20160604
Magnetic Materials is an excellent introduction to the basics of magnetism, magnetic materials and their applications in modern device technologies. Retaining the concise style of the original, this edition has been thoroughly revised to address significant developments in the field, including the improved understanding of basic magnetic phenomena, new classes of materials, and changes to device paradigms. With homework problems, solutions to selected problems and a detailed list of references, Magnetic Materials continues to be the ideal book for a one-semester course and as a self-study guide for researchers new to the field. New to this edition: * Entirely new chapters on Exchange Bias Coupling, Multiferroic and Magnetoelectric Materials, Magnetic Insulators * Revised throughout, with substantial updates to the chapters on Magnetic Recording and Magnetic Semiconductors, incorporating the latest advances in the field * New example problems with worked solutions.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521886697 20160604
Engineering Library (Terman), eReserve
APPPHYS-77N-01
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xi, 271 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
  • Levity vs. gravity
  • Gravitational and magnetic forces
  • Maglev-a balance of forces
  • Spinning the levitron
  • Inducing uplift
  • Flying frogs
  • Super-levitation
  • Feeding back
  • In a spin
  • The no-spin zone
  • Flying trains
  • All aboard!
  • Keeping it up.
From Peter Pan to Harry Potter, from David Copperfield to levitating toys, there is magic in conquering gravity. In this first-ever popular introduction to "maglev"-- the use of magnetic forces to overcome gravity and friction--James D. Livingston takes lay readers on a journey of discovery, from basic concepts to today's most thrilling applications. The tour begins with examples of our historical fascination with levitation, both real and fake. At the next stop, Livingston introduces readers to the components of maglev: gravitational and magnetic forces in the universe, force fields, diamagnetism and stabilization, superdiamagnetism and supercurrents, maglev nanotechnology, and more. He explores the development of the superconductors that are making large-scale levitation devices possible, and the use of magnetic bearings in products ranging from implanted blood pumps to wind turbines, integrated circuit fabrication, and centrifuges to enrich uranium. In the last chapters, we arrive at the science behind maglev transportation systems, such as Chinese trains that travel 250 miles per hour without touching the tracks. Packed with fascinating anecdotes about the colorful personalities who have "fought friction by fighting gravity, " the book maintains accuracy throughout while it entertains and informs technical and nontechnical readers alike. With so many new applications for magnetic levitation on the horizon, Rising Force is sure to retain its own magic for years to come.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780674055353 20160605
Engineering Library (Terman), eReserve
APPPHYS-77N-01
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xxii, 400 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction What is a Loudspeaker? Diversity of Design Loudspeaker Enclosures Horn Loading Crossovers Effects of Amplifiers and Cables The Room/Loudspeaker Interface Form Follows Function Subjective and Objective Assessment The Travelling of the Musical Mix The Further Considerations about Low Frequencies The Challenge of Surround Sound Glossary Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780240520148 20160604
Need advice on which type of speaker to use and where? Very often the choice and positioning of loudspeakers is down to intuition, hearsay and chance. This practical guide explores the link between experience and the technology, giving you a better understanding of the tools you are using and why, leading to greatly improved results. Newell and Holland share years of experience in the design, application and use of loudspeakers for recording and reproducing music. Get practical advice on the applications of different loudspeakers to the different phases of the music recording and reproduction chain. If you are using loudspeakers in a recording studio, mastering facility, broadcasting studio, film post production facility, home or musician's studio, or you inspire to improve your music reproduction system this book will help you make the right decisions.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780240520148 20160604
Engineering Library (Terman), eReserve
APPPHYS-77N-01
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xiv, 311 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.
  • Part 1 A magical force: Einstein and me-- paper clips and refrigerators-- James Bond and Jaws-- hidden magnets-- facts about force. Part 2 Romancing the stones: "A perverse wilfulness"-- loving stones-- inside the loving stones-- romancing afar-- looking for lodestones-- a magnetic love song. Part 3 Magnus magnes: the great magnet-- reading the rocks-- undercurrents-- cosmic currents-- biocompasses. Part 4 Supermagnets: a new science-- the elements of things-- improving on lodestones-- better and bitter-- electromagnets-- microthings and megathings. Part 5 Superconducting magnets: amps, volts, and ohms-- the big chill-- superconductors and ohmless electromagnets-- big and little science-- the woodstock of physics. Part 6 Inside magnets and superconductors: In a spin-- the magnetic domain-- harder and softer-- hard superconductors. Part 7 Attractors, movers, and shakers: using the force-- attractors-- movers-- shakers, woofers, and tweeters. Part 8 AC, RF, TV, and EAS: AC/DC-- catching the waves-- catching the crooks-- improving on iron. Part 9 Thanks for the memories: remembering things passed-- bugs and bits-- a future in films. Part 10 Up with magnets: fighting with levity-- Maglev-- bearing up-- flying trains. Part 11 Magnets at war: Hitler's secret weapon-- hunting for red October-- magnetrons and radar-- calutrons and little boy. Part 12 Magnets at play: child's play-- magnets in fiction-- magnets of magic-- supersenses. Part 13 Mesmerism and magnetic therapy: healing with magnets-- animal magnetism-- mineral magnetism. Part 14 Medicine and MRI: magnets in medicine-- personal images-- nuclear magnets-- magnetic resonance-- the image technology-- magnets for MRI. Part 15 Biomagnetism: living magnets-- the magnetic mind-- killers Gauss? the birds and bees. Part 16 Source of the force: Clark Kent and Superman-- Alice and the Red Queen-- Dave Barry and virtual effluvium. Part 17 Pulling it together: magical mystery tour-- wonders of the World.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780674216440 20160527
What causes your cassettes or CD player to make music? Stores information on your credit card? Forms images on your computer monitor, your TV screen? Generates electricity and delivers it to your home? The same force that keeps your grocery list stuck to the refrigerator: the magnet. This book tells the story of a force of nature - the "natural magic" of magnetism - that drives the motors of modern life. "Driving Force" unfolds the history of magnets: how they guided (or misguided) Columbus; mesmerized 18th-century Paris but failed to fool Benjamin Franklin; lifted AC power over its rival, DC, despite all the animals, one human among them, executed along the way; led Einstein to the theory of relativity; helped defeat Hitler's U-boats; inspired writers from Plato to Dave Barry. James Livingston shows us how scientists today are creating magnets and superconductors that can levitate high-speed trains, produce images of our internal organs, steer high-energy particles in giant accelerators, and heat our morning coffee. The book should inform technical and nontechnical readers alike, and should give them a clearer sense of the force behind so much of the working world.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780674216440 20160527
Engineering Library (Terman)
APPPHYS-77N-01