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Some aspects of vehicle degaussing

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1 Author(s)
MacBain, J. ; General Motors Corp., Indianapolis, IN, USA

Some baseline principles of armored vehicle degaussing through accurate computer modeling are established. Three main conclusions can be drawn from the modeling: a relatively thin-walled armored vehicle passively creates magnetic field distortions much like a solid vehicle, external degaussing coils appear to be more effective and efficient than internal degaussing coils, and reasonable degaussing appears to be possible. A deterministic control algorithm has been formulated for an active degaussing system. The data processing concepts in the degaussing controller also led to the design of a magnetic compass for armored vehicles

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Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:29 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

Jan 1993

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