induction instrument

induction instrument

[in′dək·shən ‚in·strə·mənt]
(engineering)
Meter that depends for its operation on the reaction between magnetic flux set up by current in fixed windings, and other currents set up by electromagnetic induction in conducting parts of the moving system.
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Triantafilis J, Laslett GM, McBratney AB (2000) Calibrating an electromagnetic induction instrument to measure salinity in soil under irrigated cotton.
Indonesian researchers and extension staff have been trained to use an electromagnetic (EM) induction instrument to rapidly assess soil salinity.
Among these, the method of pairing ground penetrating radar (GPR) with electromagnetic (EM) induction instruments is one that shows great promise in significantly reducing survey time and costs.