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A Bounded Plurisubharmonic Function Which is not an Infinite by Kolodziej S.

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They differ by the source of the magnetic field and how the Lorentz force is measured. 31 rely on a known external magnetic field. When the force between two conductors is measured according to Equation 32 one may either work with one known current (11 or 12) or feed the same current through both conductors (11 = I2). In the later case the force is a quadratic function of the current. 1o 8 ..... , ! / ~ 1 ! I :~ ......... I Figure 32 [49] Measuring Electric Current in Conductor A high current conductor (1) passes between two magnets (2, 3).

2. CHAPTER 1 SENSORS AND TRANSDUCERS 19 The intensity I o f the light leaving the analyser is given by [24]: I = - - I~ ( 1 + sin 2 0 - s i n 2 8) (13) y 2 3 t 4 y 5 <011> Figure 16 [22] Pockels Cell Voltage and Electric Field Measuring Device The device includes a polariser (2), a quarter-wave plate (3), an electro-optic crystal (4) consisting of a material having an optical rotatory power, and an analyser (5). The angle of orientation q~of the analyser, relative to the optical axis of the crystal, is set to the product of 0 and ~, where 0 represents the optical rotatory power of the crystal near the centre of the temperature range at the installation env'tronment and ~ represents the thickness of the crystal.

Figure 21 [29] shows a device based on this effect. Electrochromic materials change colour when a DC potential is applied. This change in light absorption is due to a change of oxidation state of the material (thus electrochromic materials strictly speaking are not contactless sensors because they require an electric connection). Solids like WOs or aqueous mixtures of potassium tungstate are electrochromic. A list of other suitable materials is given in [30]. For voltage measurements lam thin films or cells of these materials are mounted between two electrodes.

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