Shortly afterwards two highly and internationally respected professors from the University of Copenhagen, the physicist Hans Christian Oersted (1777-1851) and the philologist Johan Nicolai Madvig (1804-1886), began working for a new Danish educational system based upon the three aspects of Bildung and the neo-humanistic philosophy.
What does Oe stand for?
Oe stands for Oersted (CGS measurement unit of magnetic energy)
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- Odyssey (Star Trek internet-based fanfilm)
- Orta Düzey Yönetici (Turkish)
- Outstanding Dietitian of the Year (various locations)
- Ohio Department of Youth Services
- Outreach and Detached Youth Work (UK)
- Outer Defense Zone
- Osrodek Doskonalenia Zawodowego Nauczycieli (Polish: Training Center for Vocational Teachers)
- Objective Evidence
- Observatório Eleitoral (Portuguese: Electoral Observatory; Mozambique)
- Occupational Entrance (high-school job preparation program)
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Professor Hans Christian Oersted from Copenhagen, who on April 21, 1820 first observed the magnetic effects of an electric current , proposed a clear explanation of the phenomenon discovered.
The government was eager to convince high-profile companies to make Oersted their base.
At magnetic fields exceeding about 80 Oersted, flux density differences between tensile and compressive stresses start to diminish.
This formulation is based on a new ultra-fine ceramic armor metal particle that is 40% smaller than first-generation SDLTtape media and possesses a higher magnetic power of 2600 oersted with superior archival properties.
Coercivity of close to 8,000 oersted on silicon substrates was very close to the value achieved on commercially available magneto-optic media on a polyearbonate substrate and almost identical to the polycarbonate substrate results at Keele University.
and the University of Dayton, Ohio, has confirmed earlier work done by Soviet scientists suggesting that the ultimate tensile strength, strain to failure, and toughness of a neat diglycidylether of bisphenol-A (DGEBA) epoxy system could be significantly increased when the system was simultaneously cured and exposed to a 3700 Oersted or greater magnetic field oriented perpendicular to the material's test axis.
The system generates programmed pulsed magnetic fields up to 450 Oersted at frequencies of 2 to 30 Hz.