magnetic coupling

magnetic coupling

[mag′ned·ik ′kəp·liŋ]
(electromagnetism)
For a pair of particles or systems, the effect of the magnetic field created by one system on the magnetic moment or angular momentum of the other.
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Most recently, Smith was a direct sales representative for Rexnord Corporation specializing in magnetic coupling sales to the mining and pulp and paper industries, as well as coal fired power plants and cement plants.
Pulse planar transformers specifically address these issues with improved magnetic coupling and thermal management for high-energy efficiency.
VMAG technology uses only magnetic coupling with no moving drive components, making it an extremely reliable solution for highly sensitive facilities, such as airports, nuclear reactor sites and military installations.
Since they automatically disengage in overload conditions such as that which destroyed the original magnetic coupling, there are no more worries about equipment being damaged or destroyed.
Linden's newest magnetic coupling reportedly runs much cooler than before.
Ventrica's unique magnetic coupling approach is a perfect fit with that goal.
As silicon technology moves to 130 nanometers and below, magnetic coupling from inductance is emerging as the next parasitic design challenge.
The MICS band was set-aside in 1999 as an alternative to magnetic coupling.
The chip set, which provides direct feedback with an extremely low-cost magnetic coupling, represents a new technology for which patent applications have been filed.
The PA0766NLT Power Bead(TM) inductor contains two independent inductors integrated into a single core structure and part number with no magnetic coupling between the two inductors.
Our engineers were impressed by the Saber simulator's ability to handle multiple feedback paths and complex electro- magnetic coupling found in our power conversion and transmission system," said Bill Campbell, CEO at Splashpower.
Before 1989, phones were not required to provide magnetic coupling to hearing aids.