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Initial magnetic permeability

Stan Zurek, Initial magnetic permeability, Encyclopedia Magnetica,

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Initial magnetic permeability, typically denoted by μi - a value of relative permeability for a given magnetic material measured at very low magnetic field excitation, such that it assumes a limiting value.1)

Illustration of several types of permeability, calculated as a ratio (slope) of change of B to change of H: μa or μampl - amplitude, μmax - maximum, μi - initial, μΔ - incremental, μrev - reversible
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