volume 51, issue 3, P720-724 2009
DOI: 10.1109/temc.2009.2025701
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Abstract: The common strategy for reducing static and lowfrequency magnetic fields in a specific region consists of surrounding the volume of interest with a layer of material with high magnetic permeability. However, if for some reasons, ferromagnetic materials are undesirable, rotating conducting nonmagnetic screens could be applied. In this paper, we discuss such a possibility in a quantitative way. Analytical solutions are obtained for infinitely long cylindrical shells rotating in a uniform, static, and time-harmo…

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