There is ηB constant given as a hysteresis material constant.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

But there is the question: what is the limit of applicability

of the formula Δ(tan(δ)) = ηB⋅ΔB⋅μe?

In particular I think I want to use ferrite with μi = 2000 or so.

Up to what H value will tan(δ) increase linearly with B ?

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# A Dependence of loss factor tan(δ) upon H in MnZn ferrites

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