Magnetic Field And Field Gradient Corrections within a Nonconducting Sensor Enclosure in a Conducting Fluid---Part I: Potential Flow

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Measurements of ocean-generated magnetic fields in submerged enclosures are affected by the nonconducting environment within the sensor housing. There are two physical sources for the effect: the exclusion of the electrical current from the interior of the enclosure and the perturbation of the hydrodynamic flow field produced by the enclosure. Of particular… (More)

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