Magnetic-field flux density and spectral characteristics of motor-driven personal appliances.

@article{Wilson1994MagneticfieldFD,
  title={Magnetic-field flux density and spectral characteristics of motor-driven personal appliances.},
  author={Bary W. Wilson and Niels Herman Hansen and Kathleen C. Davis},
  journal={Bioelectromagnetics},
  year={1994},
  volume={15 5},
  pages={439-46}
}
Flux density and spectral measurements were carried out on magnetic fields generated by several types of motor-driven personal appliances used near the body. Among the units tested were several for which the average flux densities, as determined at the surfaces of the appliance, exceeded 0.4 mT. Time-rates-of-change (dB/dt) for several units exceeded 1000 T/s, and several units exhibited high-frequency components in the low-MHz range. Use of such appliances, although normally of short duration… CONTINUE READING

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