Analysis of ringing effects due to magnetic core materials in pulsed nuclear magnetic resonance circuitsJournal of Applied Physics
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AbstractThis work presents investigations and detailed analysis of ringing in a non-resonant pulsednuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) circuit. Ringing is a commonly observed phenomenon in high power switching circuits. The oscillations described as ringing impede measurements in pulsed NMR systems. It is therefore desirable that those oscillations decay fast. It is often assumed that one of the causes behind ringing is the role of the magnetic core used in theantenna (acting as an inductive load). We will demonstrate that an LRC subcircuit is also set-up due to the inductive load and needs to be considered due to its parasitic effects. It is observed that the parasitics associated with the inductive load become important at certain frequencies. The output response can be related to the response of an under-damped circuit and to the magnetic core material. This research work demonstrates and discusses ways of controlling ringing by considering interrelationships between different contributing factors.
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Citation InformationNeelam G. Prabhu Gaunkar, N. R. Y. Bouda, Ikenna C. Nlebedim, Ravi L. Hadimani, et al.. "Analysis of ringing effects due to magnetic core materials in pulsed nuclear magnetic resonance circuits" Journal of Applied Physics Vol. 117 Iss. 17 (2015) p. 17E508
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