Corpus ID: 14912336

Low frequency magnetic fields in cars , induced by tire magnetisation

@inproceedings{Stankowski2006LowFM,
  title={Low frequency magnetic fields in cars , induced by tire magnetisation},
  author={Stefan Stankowski and Andreas Kessi and Olivier B{\'e}cheiraz and Karl Meier-Engel and Martin Meier},
  year={2006}
}
Alternating magnetic fields have been measured in a variety of different cars, the dominant contribution being from magnetized tires. Magnetic field strengths have been measured as a function of frequency directly at the tires and at different positions in rolling cars. Measurements at the tires showed field strengths up to 100 microTesla. In the interior of rolling cars, close to the wheels at foot regions and at the back seat, field strengths of several microTesla were obtained in the 10… Expand

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