Fluid flow effect in electrical conductivity measurements of molten metals by inductive technique

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Authors: Bakhtiyarov, S., Dupac, M., Overfelt, R.A. and Teodorescu, S.G.

Editors: Rohatgi, U.S., Mewes, D., Betaille, J. and Rhodes, I.

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Volume: Volume 257, Issue 2A: Symposia and General Papers, Parts A and B

Pages: 21-24

Publisher: ASME

DOI: 10.1115/FEDSM2002-31446

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Authors: Bakhtiyarov, S.I., Dupac, M., Overfelt, R.A. and Teodorescu, S.G.

Volume: 257

Pages: 21-24

DOI: 10.1115/FEDSM2002-31446

In this paper we propose a new relationship between the opposing mechanical torque and the electric conductivity of a rotating liquid specimen in a permanent external magnetic field of constant induction, which includes the effect of fluid flow. The proposed relationship was applied to describe the experimental data for a conductive specimen rotating in a permanent magnetic field.

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