On 8/30/11 7:50 AM, Jim Brown wrote:
> These principles have been well known by engineers who work with ferrite
> materials since the 1940s, and references to them can be found in
> applications notes from major manufacturers of ferrites from Europe and
> North America. The classic texts on ferrites were written between 1950
> and 1975 by a Dutchman, E. C. Snelling, who worked for one of those
Snelling's book (originally written for Philips, a mfr of
ferrites/powdered metal components, as Jim noted) is a great reference,
particularly the (hard to get) 2nd edition. I had to find a copy in a
Soft Ferrites, Second Edition, Properties and Applications.
(Amazon has a used copy for a mere $400)
maybe we can write to Butterworths Heinemann (who hold the copyright)
and convince them to let google books make it available.
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