magnetic element


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magnetic element

[mag′ned·ik ′el·ə·mənt]
(engineering)
That part of an instrument producing or influenced by magnetism.
(geophysics)
Magnetic declination, dip, or intensity at any location on the surface of the earth.
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integral housing, an integral pole plate, a magnetic element & a standard
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To be able to address each magnetic element, it was necessary to develop a process for the fabrication of a coaxial coil, which is the component that flips the polarity of the individual bit.
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6,507,501 issue date 1/14/03) entitled "Individual or Distributed Non-Saturating Magnetic Element Power Converter.
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The thin film approach orients the magnetic element horizontal to the substrate on which it is deposited.
In this design, the servo positioning system combines both optical and magnetic elements with a pivoting mechanism that protects the head and actuator from vibrations and lateral tape movement, delivering more accuracy and enabling higher track densities.
However, for magnetic data storage applications, critically damped behavior is desirable to prevent ringing and magnetic turbulence when magnetic elements are rotated or switched.