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**|B| vs Angle**Soft Iron Fixed Relative to Measurement Point. Both are rotated together in the ambient field. Michael Stanley, 4 March 2011**80**100 60 120 40 140 20 160 0 |B| vs Angle 180 340 200 320 300 220 240 280 260 Figure 2 Soft Iron Fixed Relative to Measurement Point. Both are rotated together in the ambient field. Michael Stanley, 4 March 2011**Animation**Soft Iron Fixed Relative to Measurement Point. Both are rotated together in the ambient field. Michael Stanley, 4 March 2011**License & Recognition**The figure entitled "Soft Iron Fixed Relative to Measurement Point" and associated animation by Freescale Semiconductor are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License. The magnetic plots in this figure were simulated using the free FEMM 4.2 "Finite Element Method Magnetics" program which is distributed under the terms of the Aladdin Free Public License. You can download FEMM 4.2 from http://www.femm.info/wiki/HomePage. The author would like to thank David Meeker, Ph.D. for making FEMM 4.2 publicly available, and providing examples and advice as the to best way to use the program to model soft iron distortion.