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Yrton

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- How can one calculate and/or measure the magnetic saturation-point of a piece of steel (steel 1018 as an example)?

Hi all.

Given a piece of a steel 1018, as an example, with a spicific mass, how can one calculate the magnetic saturation-point of that piece either using mathematical or measuring methods? I've seen graphs stating the saturation points of different ferro-magnetic materials but, I assume, it must also dependent upon the mass of the given material, in a lab experiment.

Please enlighten. Thanks. 👍

Given a piece of a steel 1018, as an example, with a spicific mass, how can one calculate the magnetic saturation-point of that piece either using mathematical or measuring methods? I've seen graphs stating the saturation points of different ferro-magnetic materials but, I assume, it must also dependent upon the mass of the given material, in a lab experiment.

Please enlighten. Thanks. 👍