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coil

 [koil]
a winding structure. See also helix and spiral.

coil

(koyl),
1. A spiral or series of loops.
2. An object made of wire wound in a spiral configuration, used in electronic applications, or a loop of wire used as an antenna.
3. A spiral loop of wire used to embolize an artery to obstruct it.

coil

(koil) spiral (2).

coil

coil

(koyl)
1. A spiral or series of loops.
2. An object made of wire wound in a spiral configuration, used in electronic applications, or a loop of wire used as an antenna.

coil

a winding structure or spiral; called also helix.

coiled-coil
a protein structure motif marked by amphipathic α-helical regions that can self-associate to form stable, rod-like oligomeric proteins; commonly found in fibrous proteins and some transcription factors.
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We can use also this substitution: the center of Helmholtz coils is placed in distance x, which is equal to R/2.
Taiwan currently exports half its output of galvanized steel coils yearly as only between 1.
Coiled PA-11 pipe requires a straightener/rerounder for installation because the pipe takes a set on the coil after extrusion.
Vibration of the winding of SC coils usually leads to mechanical losses.
Director of Interventional Neuroradiology at the University of Virginia Hospital in Charlottesville, VA commented, "The HyperSoft has become my finishing coil of choice.
In a series of 50 aneurysms that were initially filled with HydroCoils and then "finished" with either BPCs or HydroCoils, the use of bare finishing coils was associated with greater coil usage, increased procedural costs, and higher recurrence and retreatment rates than those finished with HydroCoils.
In this study, patients getting coils were about half as likely to have seizures as were patients getting clips.
An expression for the evolution operator in a radio-frequency coil may be found in Ref.
electromagnetic, typically called voice coil, where fixed magnets interact with a moving coil (electromagnet) to create motion.
The researchers calculated that 1 coil released as much particulate matter 2.
Coil coating is one way in which automakers and coating suppliers can control emissions, film thickness, and cost.
Prior to the development of endovascular therapies such as stents, coils, and particle embolization, open surgical ligation was the mainstay of therapy, even though it often resulted in significant neurologic morbidity.