coil form

coil form

[′kȯil ‚fȯrm]
(electromagnetism)
The tubing or spool of insulating material on which a coil is wound.
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With approximately USD 50m in annual sales, Berlin Metals is a service centre processing and distributing prime tin mill products and stainless steel strip in slit coil form.
The transmitting coil and receiving coil form a pair, and the electromotive force induced in the receiving coil by the magnetic field generated when current is supplied to the transmitting coil supplies DC power to the circuit connected to the receiving coil.
It will be made at Tata Steel's Port Talbot plant and supplied in either coil form or processed plate via Tata Steel's distribution facilities in the UK and mainland Europe.
23) for the rectangular cross-section coil form is approximately 2(a+ [l.sub.B0]), assuming the winding thickness is negligible compared with a and [l.sub.B0].
Furthermore, it will be among the few regional steel producers with a diversified product range, including rebar in straight and coil form, wire rod, sections, hot rolled coil and semi-finished products such as billets and direct reduced iron.
Aluminium strip in either sheet or coil form can be surface treated and coated to provide a wide variety of protective, decorative, or special-property finishes making it an ideal material for a wide range of applications.
It also produces the widest plate in coil form up to 3.5-metre wide.
* Develop a functional coil form with facial features as decorative and expressive elements.
The large scale users in the UK have tended to import the metal in coil form, mainly from Sweden," said Mr Thompson.