Calculation of boundaries of the working zone of the round magnetic applicator
Keywords:magnetic field applicator, working zone, nanomaterials, nanoparticles localization
We considered the problem of modeling a magnetic applicator of round shape, designed to act on an object (target) with a constant or variable magnetic field. Due to the fact that the magnetic field monotonically decreases with increasing distance to the applicator, the model includes 3 applicators with different radii, and the problem is solved based on their comparison At the same time, the larger and smaller applicators have radii that are larger or smaller than the radius of the average applicator by the same number of times (scale factor k). Analytical dependences on k of the near, far boundary, and middle of the intermediate zone, i.e., the working zone, in which the target should be located, were found in the approximation of the current loop. Asymptotics were found in extreme cases of minimal (k=1) and large (k>>1) scale factors. It is shown that the middle of the working zone at k=1 is equal to R/√2, (R is the radius of the applicator), and at k>>1 it grows as (R/2) k^(1/3). These results provide a solution to the "direct" problem of choosing target parameters for an applicator of a certain radius - size and distance to it. Such a selection is critical when the targets have a sufficiently large size and the distance to which cannot exceed a certain critical value (depth of occurrence), which takes place in particular for the action by magnetic field on certain organs or the area of localization of magnetic (nano)materials inside biological objects, including humans or animals.
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Language of the article: Ukrainian
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