magnetic wire

magnetic wire

[mag′ned·ik ′wīr]
(materials)
A wire made from magnetic material suitable for magnetic recording.
References in classic literature ?
Possibly," said Monte Cristo, "I have indeed thought of you, but the magnetic wire I was guiding acted, indeed, without my knowledge.
Stand by, men; he stirs, cried Starbuck, as the three lines suddenly vibrated in the water, distinctly conducting upwards to them, as by magnetic wires, the life and death throbs of the whale, so that every oarsman felt them in his seat.
Polyvinyl acetals are used to produce insulation for magnetic wire, interlayers for safety glass, wash primers and coatings.
said Friday they have agreed to integrate their magnetic wire businesses to slash costs amid slack domestic demand.
The two companies said they plan to form a fifty-fifty joint venture by August to market and distribute magnetic wire and will consider integrating their related manufacturing operations while scrapping excess facilities.
com/research/97ab10/china_magnetic_wir) has announced the addition of the "China Magnetic Wire Industry Report, 2011" report to their offering.
To better understand the value of magnetic wire navigation, as reported previously, Stereotaxis is currently engaged in an international clinical study with support from Medtronic, Inc.
One solution being developed is 'racetrack memory', which uses tiny magnetic wires, each one hundreds of times thinner than a human hair, down which magnetic "bits" of data run like racing cars around a track.
It stays inside magnetic wires, has a battery for bad weather and returns to a docking station when it runs out of juice.
EIIC has already begun construction on two UAE-based factories in Mussafah, Abu Dhabi: the first manufacturing aluminium rods producing 100,000 tonnes/year, and the second manufacturing magnetic wires producing an estimated 25,000 tonnes/year.
It has already started building two factories in Abu Dhabi, which will produce 100,000 tonnes a year of aluminium rods and 25,000 tonnes a year of magnetic wires.
In electronics, it doesn't matter what shapes the wires are, but in magnetic wires, the shape is quite important," Cowburn notes.