electromagnet


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a temporary magnet made by coiling wire around an iron core

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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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An electromagnet placed over the scalp delivered pulses to the front of the brain's left side, possibly halting neural communication in that area temporarily.
Since permanent magnets do not require any external energy sources, operating costs of permanent magnet MRI scanners are significantly less than those of electromagnet or superconducting magnet MRIs.
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A feedback system, it employed a variable-strength electromagnet to suspend a metal sphere midair.
Challenges to RFID include system costs, material matters, wireless reliability and consistency, electromagnet interference, data warehousing, incompatibilities among companies and countries, and varied RF frequencies.
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Kondratenko of the Novosibirsk Laboratory, researchers were unable to build it because none of the world's existing high-energy accelerators had enough room in their beam pipes for the 19-foot-long electromagnet.
American Superconductor (Nasdaq: AMSC) announced today an agreement to supply a powerful High Temperature Superconductor (HTS) electromagnet to DuPont (NYSE:DD) for a prototype industrial magnetic separator.
Allowing electrical current to flow through the copper layer turns this microscopic sandwich into a miniature electromagnet.
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