hysteresis effect

hysteresis effect
histerezės reiškinys statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. hysteresis effect vok. Hystereseerscheinung, f rus. гистерезисное явление, n; явление гистерезиса, n pranc. phénomène d’hystérésis, m

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  • hysteresis — [ˌhɪstə ri:sɪs] noun Physics the phenomenon in which the value of a physical property lags behind changes in the effect causing it, especially that involving magnetic induction and a magnetizing force. Origin C19: from Gk husterēsis shortcoming …   English new terms dictionary

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