electromagnet


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electromagnet

 [e-lek″tro-mag´net]
a temporary magnet made by passing an electric current through a coil of wire surrounding a core of soft iron or steel.

e·lec·tro·mag·net

(ē-lek'trō-mag'net),
A bar of soft iron rendered magnetic by an electric current encircling it.

electromagnet

/elec·tro·mag·net/ (e-lek″tro-mag´net) a temporary magnet made by passing electric current through a coil of wire surrounding a core of soft iron.

electromagnet

A type of magnet used in MRI using coils of wire, typically wound around an iron core, that become magnetised with current flow.

electromagnet

a piece of metal rendered temporarily magnetic by passage of electricity through a coil surrounding it.
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The foremost factor in suspended electromagnet selection is the material burden depth for the conveyor.
The link package of electromagnet may have overcurrent faults.
Instrument Error that occurred by the DF device's installation environment and installation condition needs to be realized based on the repetitive simulation for the purpose of decreasing the errors by tuning and adjustment considering the propagation characteristic of the electromagnet waves.
Brookhaven scientists no longer had a need for the electromagnet, and shipping it out to the Midwest for about $3 million was cheaper than the alternative.
Apart from design and manufacture of workshop equipment and electromagnets, Rotary Engineering UK Ltd also offers engineering design and consultation and friction stir welding.
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Permanent magnets are usually magnetized in a fixture comprising an electromagnet driven by a capacitor discharge circuit, iron former and the un-magnetized material.
It is explained by the fact that in creation of electromagnetic force participate both mentioned systems (both the inductor and the electromagnet), but range of the inductor power control is much wider (0-600 kW) than of the electromagnet (0-60 kW).
A 12-volt electromagnet stationed on the outer surface of the flow channel acts as the valving mechanism; it constricts the flow of the fluid by magnetizing the iron particulates.
Four-wheel drive, air conditioning and an electromagnet kit are available.
Most crushing plants have an electromagnet to catch steel moving along the conveyor belt between the primary and secondary crushers.
Improved performance is due to technical designs including the electromagnet design, which enables the collector array to be set at right angles to the focal plane.