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a coil of wire around an iron core

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Her research seeks to study exotic, unstable nuclei and nuclear reactions that power the stars by combining the benefits of the sophisticated state-of-the-art solenoidal spectrometer at Argonne National Laboratory and the Jet Experiments in Nuclear Structure and Astrophysics system developed at ORNL.
To attenuate errors of projection onto solenoidal field and resultant errors of volume conservation, the ECS (Error Compensating Source) of PPE was proposed for both MPS and ISPH methods (Khayyer and Gotoh, 2011).
We see that the above field has the character of a time-dependent magnetic field as every Clebsch form is solenoidal.
1968; Brenchley and Tidball, 1980); (2) reducing sediment scour by disrupting solenoidal eddies (B.
Additional areas of interest in the Pegasus program include: the use of plasma current injectors to initiate high temperature plasmas without the need for a strong solenoidal induction magnet; studies of radiofrequency waves and their interactions with confined plasmas to heat and sustain the plasma; and unique diagnostic measurements for these low-field and relatively high-density plasma conditions.
In the LF-annealed samples, the furnace with the sample was inserted into the water-cooled solenoidal coil that provided a magnetic field of 20 k[Am.
The DNA is wrapped around the nucleosome in a left-handed solenoidal arrangement.
A procedure for deriving the Green's function in terms of solenoidal and irrotational parts is presented, wherein the solenoidal part of the Green's function is obtained in the eigenmode expansion form as a superposition of three terms associated with TM, TE, and TEM modes of the ideal hard surface waveguide.
The goal of BESS (Balloon-borne Experiment with a Superconducting Solenoidal magnet) was the elusive antihelium nucleus.
8m high-temperature superconductivity solenoidal magnet wound from silver-sheathed bismuth-strontium-calcium-copper-oxygen (Bi-2223) powder-in-tube multifilament tape.
Baseline concepts include the use of PMMs to remove the solenoidal field.
Farther downwind, the UWKA in situ probes and Wyoming Cloud Radar (WCR) dual-Doppler analysis showed a solenoidal circulation pattern with near-surface convergence over each lake, buoyant updrafts about 1 km deep, and divergence aloft (Bergmaier and Geerts 2016).
Tenders are invited for FABRICATION AND SUPPLY OF SOLENOIDAL COILS FOR CIRCULATOR SIZES : 455Mm OD X 332Mm ID X 100Mm THICK - 02 SETS