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Numerical Analysis of a Static Magnetic Field in Testing the Character of a Quantum Mechanical Model of Matter

Originální název

Numerical Analysis of a Static Magnetic Field in Testing the Character of a Quantum Mechanical Model of Matter

Anglický název

Numerical Analysis of a Static Magnetic Field in Testing the Character of a Quantum Mechanical Model of Matter

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en

Originální abstrakt

The paper presents the micro/nanoscopic model of a material inserted in a magnetic field. The model accepts the time component of an electromagnetic field from the perspective of the relative motion of systems. The relatively moving systems were derived and tested, Fiala, P Szabo, Z Friedl, M., 2011, and the influence of the motion on the superposed electromagnetic field was proved to exist already at relative motion speeds in the order of units of ms-1. In micro- and nanoscopic objects such as biological tissues, the effect of an external magnetic field on the growth and behaviour of a biological system needs to be evaluated. We designed a model based on a description using Maxwell’s equations of the electromagnetic field, and we also extended the monitored quantities to include various flux densities; moreover, the time flux density (t) was monitored as a quantity. This quantity was then experimentally examined on the physical problem of the speed of heating a defined volume of a homogeneous material in relation to the magnitude and type of the surrounding magnetic field. Experiments were conducted with growth properties of simple biological samples in pre-set external magnetic fields.

Anglický abstrakt

The paper presents the micro/nanoscopic model of a material inserted in a magnetic field. The model accepts the time component of an electromagnetic field from the perspective of the relative motion of systems. The relatively moving systems were derived and tested, Fiala, P Szabo, Z Friedl, M., 2011, and the influence of the motion on the superposed electromagnetic field was proved to exist already at relative motion speeds in the order of units of ms-1. In micro- and nanoscopic objects such as biological tissues, the effect of an external magnetic field on the growth and behaviour of a biological system needs to be evaluated. We designed a model based on a description using Maxwell’s equations of the electromagnetic field, and we also extended the monitored quantities to include various flux densities; moreover, the time flux density (t) was monitored as a quantity. This quantity was then experimentally examined on the physical problem of the speed of heating a defined volume of a homogeneous material in relation to the magnitude and type of the surrounding magnetic field. Experiments were conducted with growth properties of simple biological samples in pre-set external magnetic fields.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT131717,
  author="Eliška {Vlachová Hutová} and Karel {Bartušek} and Pavel {Fiala}",
  title="Numerical Analysis of a Static Magnetic Field in Testing the Character of a Quantum Mechanical Model of Matter",
  annote="The paper presents the micro/nanoscopic model of a material inserted in a magnetic field. The model accepts the time component of an electromagnetic field from the perspective of the relative motion of systems. The relatively moving systems were derived and tested, Fiala, P Szabo, Z Friedl, M., 2011, and the influence of the motion on the superposed electromagnetic field was proved to exist already at relative motion speeds in the order of units of ms-1. In micro- and nanoscopic objects such as biological tissues, the effect of an external magnetic field on the growth and behaviour of a biological system needs to be evaluated. We designed a model based on a description using Maxwell’s equations of the electromagnetic field, and we also extended the monitored quantities to include various flux densities; moreover, the time flux density (t) was monitored as a quantity. This quantity was then experimentally examined on the physical problem of the speed of heating a defined volume of a homogeneous material in relation to the magnitude and type of the surrounding magnetic field. Experiments were conducted with growth properties of simple biological samples in pre-set external magnetic fields.",
  address="SVS FEM spol. s r.o.",
  booktitle="24th SVSFEM ANSYS Users' Group Meeting and Conference 2016",
  chapter="131717",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="SVS FEM spol. s r.o.",
  year="2016",
  month="june",
  pages="171--180",
  publisher="SVS FEM spol. s r.o.",
  type="conference paper"
}