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It was driven by a frequency generator 33220A from Agilent. The applied Lorentz force strength is given as an effective momentum coefﬁcient T 1 aB0 l cµ = · · · 2 2 ρU∞ c 1 T j(t)2 dt (7) 0 relating the rms momentum added by the Lorentz force to that in the free stream. In (7) j(t) denotes the time–depended current density, T its period of oscillation, and l the length of the actuator, respectively. For the plate investigated here l equals a. As common practice , we use percentage terms for cµ for convenience.