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1) is based. The hysteresis loss accounts for 30% to 50% of the loss of low silicon steel, the classical eddy current loss accounts for 40% to 60%, and the excess eddy current loss accounts for 10% to 20% of the total loss. In higher silicon steels the hysteresis loss is proportionately larger (50% to 70%) because the classical eddy current loss decreases (20% to 30%) due to the increased resistivity. The excess eddy current loss remains around the same proportion. Much of the cause of the anomalous loss can be understood by considering a grain oriented steel with 180◦ bar domains as in Fig.
Soon afterward, the reflectivity of compact, wideband absorbers was measured directly with large test fixtures (8–11). To achieve small reflectivities over the entire 30 to 1000 MHz frequency range, compact wideband absorbers must use tapered structures (like pyramids or wedges) that not only operate at frequencies where they are electrically thick, but at the frequencies where they are electrically thin. When an incident wave encounters electrically thin absorbers, it does not ‘‘see’’ the fine structure of the pyramids or wedges.
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