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STUDY PLANS
2019/2020

Magnetism in Engineering Practice

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XP38MPX ZK 4 2P+2C Czech
Lecturer:
Pavel Ripka (guarantor), Petr Kašpar (guarantor)
Tutor:
Pavel Ripka (guarantor), Petr Kašpar (guarantor)
Supervisor:
Department of Measurement
Synopsis:

Students will be introduced into the advanced topics of engineering magnetism and in up-to-date in design and development of magnetic materials. The details will be modified according to the students´ orientation.

Requirements:

Mathematics and physics on engineering level

Syllabus of lectures:

1. Advances in magnetic materials 1: permanent magnets, nanocrystalline and amorphous soft magnetic materials

2. Advances in magnetic materials 2: thin films, nanowires

3. Deposition technologies, annealing

4. NMR, ESR and applications

5. superconductivity, SQUID, applications

6. Magnetic sensors

7. FEM design: basics and 2D

8. FEM design: 3D

9. Superconducting magnetometer and VSM

10. Mössbauer spectroscopy

11. Domains and domain imaging - introduction

12. Kerr microscopy

13. Applications in geophysics, navigation

14. Discussion

Syllabus of tutorials:

Concentrated sessions and technical visits to magnetic laboratories.

Typical programme:

1. Conventional characterisation techniques: DC

2. SQUID magnetometer

3. Deposition and annealing

4. Fluxgate sensor

5. Calibration techniques

6. FEM design 2D

7. FEM design 3D

8. FEM design 3D: individual work

9. AC measurement techniques

10. Kerr microscopy

11.Field prospection by proton and Overhauser magnetometers

12. Mine locators

13. Field trip to magnetic observatory

14. Reserve

Study Objective:

Student will be introduced into the advanced topics of engineering magnetism, mainly magnetic measurements and magnetic design.

Study materials:

Obligatory:

1.Jiles, D.: Introduction to Magnetism and Magnetic Materials (3rd edition). CRC 2015

2.Ripka, P. (ed.): Magnetic Sensors and Magnetometers. Artech, Boston, ISBN 1-58053-057-5, 2001

Recommended:

1.Alex Hubert, Rudolf Schäfer: Magnetic Domains: The Analysis of Magnetic Microstructures, Springer 2014

2.S. Tumanski: Handbook of Magnetic Measurements, CRC 2011

3.F. Fiorillo: Characterization and Measurement of Magnetic Materials, Elsevier 2004

Note:
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Data valid to 2019-12-06
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