ceramic tube

ceramic tube

[sə′ram·ik ′tüb]
(electronics)
An electron tube having a ceramic envelope capable of withstanding operating temperatures over 500°C, as required during reentry of guided missiles.
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The candle filter is a porous ceramic tube, also treated with silver nitrate.
See The Public's own ghoulish trailer online at: http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2VBl3C_ M0U&feature=player_ embedded ART DEMO PETER Wareing RBSA will be demonstrating his colourful and contemporary designs using ceramic tube lining decoration techniques at the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, 4 Brook St, St Paul's, Birmingham, B3 1SA.
The Epsilon 3 has a new ceramic tube that has been developed specifically for this system.
A piezoelectric ceramic tube supports two threaded nuts--when power is applied to the tube, it vibrates the nuts in an orbit around the shaft, like someone keeping a Hula Hoop upon the hips.
A 7.6 cm inside diameter ceramic tube furnace is brought to 750[degrees]C.
For example, he and Wilcox can slide the gel off a wire electrode to make a hollow ceramic tube potentially useful as a superconductor or semiconductor.
X Ray tube voltage adjustable 70 to 2 KV., glass or ceramic tube
They also feature a high-performance ceramic tube developed specifically for this system.
The elements are suspended in "threaded" ceramic tube supports to prevent wire movement that can cause shorting and reduced element life.
Three lenses in the ceramic tube image the sample and cantilever exactly in the middle of the PZT cylinder.
The spectrometers feature a high-performance ceramic tube that has been developed specifically for this system.