estimate force on a typical steel construction nail inside a typical MRI scanner
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Asked by: ljsweeny-ga
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07 Oct 2006 16:07 PDT
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Question ID: 771604
I want to be able to estimate the force on various steel nails inside MRI or other scanners with strong magnetic fields. You can assume the nail is located where-ever the field is strongets. Ideally I'd like an equation where I can just input the strength of the field (I think 3T is common) and get the force out. I also understand there would be a tourqe, that would be helpful as well.
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Re: estimate force on a typical steel construction nail inside a typical MRI scanner
From: starliu-ga on 09 Oct 2006 22:55 PDT
suggest you to use FEA technology, this kind of case is very easy for FEA
Re: estimate force on a typical steel construction nail inside a typical MRI sca
From: toufaroo-ga on 16 Oct 2006 14:10 PDT
Please note that many of the nails/bolts inside MRI scanners are non-magnetic stainless steel. So, in a prcatical sense, the force on these items would be nearly zero.
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