magnetic force


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magnetic force

[mag′ned·ik ′fȯrs]
(electromagnetism)
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That evening the magnetic force - curiosity - that had first pulled Joi along sent her back into the courtroom.
Drilling will be performed where the measured magnetic forces are the strongest on lines 10, 11, and 12 west.
So the idea I'm investigating is to apply magnetic forces either to attract or repel the target satellite, to shift its orbit or deorbit it entirely.
4,151,431 summarizes the "invention" as utilizing "the magnetic spinning phenomenon of unpaired electrons occurring in ferromagnetic material to produce the movement of a mass in a unidirectional manner as to permit a motor to be driven solely by magnetic forces as occurring within permanent magnets.
Washington, January 3 ( ANI ): In a new study, researchers have tried to find just how the magnetic forces came into existence.
The integral safety system monitors the magnetic force, the mold position and platen temperature.
It produces a magnetic force ranging from 5,000 to 13,000k gauss to degauss virtually any hard drive.
The swooshing creates a magnetic field, sending invisible lines of magnetic force around Earth.
MI) is one that the magnetic force is generated once the power is removed, so that if there was machining and a power failure, the workpiece and fixture components wouldn't fly away.
Because the dust takes several months to react to the magnetic field, it experiences an average magnetic force of nearly zero.
The Magnetic North Pole is where lines of magnetic force exit.
Magnetic force systems are mentioned in the dental literature.