Baker Hughes has broadened its pipeline service portfolio to include circumferential magnetic flux leakage (MFL) inspection technology, which enables pipeline operators to identify anomalies in pipeline long seams and more effectively manage the risk associated with cracks in long seam welds and the overall integrity of their pipeline assets.
What does MF stand for?
MF stands for Magnetic Flux (physics)
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- Military Exclusion Zone
- Ministerie van Economische Zaken (Dutch: Ministry of Economic Cases)
- Missile Engagement Zone
- Mitteleuropäische Zeit (GMT+0100)
- Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health (University of Arizona)
- Midden Europese Zomer Tijd (Dutch: Central European Summer Time)
- Machine Finished
- Macroeconomic Forecasting
- Magic Find (Diablo II game)
- Magic Find (gaming)
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EXPERIMENTAL DETERMINATIONS In the case of the GO sample the hard magnetization axis is orientated at 90[degrees] to the easy axis at low level induction and rotates towards 55[degrees] when magnetic flux density increases (Soinski, 1987).
The voltage induced in a single wire loop is equal to the time rate of change of magnetic flux passing through the wire loop.
When this flux is created, almost the entire electric flux [not member of] based on Maxwell's laws creates the magnetic flux [PHI] located ring-shaped about the [not member of]-flux.
This paper studies small-scale synchronous generators with permanent magnet excitation for direct-drive wind-power turbines and presents the analysis of magnetic field distribution in air gap and in magnetic circuit of the generator with radial magnetic flux and permanent magnet excitation.
Sombatsompop  originally designed and manufactured a magnetic circular die in a capillary rheometer and studied the effect of the magnetic flux density on the extrudate swell ratio of PS melt.