electromagnetism

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  • noun

Synonyms for electromagnetism

magnetism produced by an electric current

the branch of physics concerned with electromagnetic phenomena

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Since the electromagnetic flux is responsible for the furnace's melt/superheating operations, little can be done with it to control saturation.
Prior exploration around the property detected electromagnetic conductors which appear to trend on to Dejour's ground but were obscured by Cretaceous cover.
The amount of porosity in a fully compacted DVC refractory will determine the percentage of pores filled and thus the electromagnetic coupling of the network.
Ivivi's research and development activities are focused specifically on pulsed electromagnetic field, or PEMF, technology, which, by creating a therapeutic electrical current in injured soft tissue, stimulates biochemical and physiological healing processes to help repair the injured tissue and reduce related pain and inflammation.
The stringent government safety regulations and growing demand from the automotive and aerospace segments are the key factors driving the North American electromagnetic NDT equipment market.
That's because governments assign each type of wireless device--radio, pager, cell phone--one precise slice of the electromagnetic spectrum to use.
There are various types of electromagnetic NDT methods such as eddy-current testing (ECT), remote field testing (RFT), and alternating current field measurement (ACFM) testing, which are used by the industry verticals.
Electromagnetic fields of the strength found within a few feet of outdoor electric-power lines could trigger cells already vulnerable to cancer to behave like ones that develop into tumors, according to a new test-tube study.
But engineers still are fine-tuning electromagnetic motors that enable the coaster to reach its maximum speed.
The ministry formed a committee of medical and engineering experts in 1997 to study the influence of electromagnetic waves on living bodies through experiments on animals, but no experiments have been conducted on wave accumulation in a closed space.
Just as a neutron bomb can kill enemy soldiers with minimal damage to surrounding structures, the latest weapon technology -- the electromagnetic bomb -- can "kill" every electrical device within its blast radius while leaving both people and buildings untouched.
3] The InstaTrak system employs an electromagnetic (radiofrequency) tracking device to monitor the real-time position of a hand-held suction cannula.
The Fair Trade Commission (FTC) has told three dealers in ''electromagnetic protection goods'' that labeling their goods as offering protection against electromagnetic waves may be unfair, officials said Wednesday.
Electromagnetic fundamentals are also reviewed, including: the electromagnetic spectrum; waves and particle concepts; the photon concept; the photoelectric effect; the black-body spectrum; production of electromagnetic radiation in atoms and molecules; electromagnetic radiation interactions and processes; and electromagnetic quantities and units.
We've developed a niche within electromagnetic engineering," notes Hardie, whose clients include the Department of Defense and Unisys Corp.
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