electromagnetic current

electromagnetic current

[i¦lek·trō·mag′ned·ik ′kə·rənt]
(electronics)
Motion of charged particles (for example, in the ionosphere) giving rise to electric and magnetic fields.
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There is a specific requirement for the calibration of rotating element current meters (re), electromagnetic current meters (em) and acoustic doppler current meters (ad).
Concurrently, the company will unveil the CBD Biotech Magnetic Mask, a leading-edge mask that utilises magnet technology to create a low-grade electromagnetic current, which may help to rejuvenate when combined with its own blend of soothing, hydrating anti-inflammatory ingredients.
She described using micro robots to test the most susceptible areas, using technology like acoustic emissions and "Eddy currents," an electromagnetic current like a sonogram.
Shortwave diathermy (SWD) is a high frequency electromagnetic current operating at frequencies of between 13 and 27.
The electromagnetic current density vector is then given by
data), and to measurements made by a conventional electromagnetic current meter adjacent to the current camera (Fig.
The system in which carriages float above a magnetic track and are pulled along by an electromagnetic current has been pioneered in Shanghai, China, and is being developed in Japan.
This involves a foot bath filled with warm water, to which an electromagnetic current is then passed through it producing an electronic dialaysis effect expelling toxins from the body's organs through the feet.
Lot 3 of this contract is composed of a firm tranche covering the acquisition of an electromagnetic current meter and an optional tranche covering the acquisition of a second identical equipment.
Located near Frankfurt, Germany, SPO's plant produces highly technical papers for a wide range of capacitors used in consumer and industrial products; insulation papers for cables and transformers; and materials for industrial power inverters, electromagnetic current filters and electric rail traction.
Rather than relying on an explosion to fire a projectile, the technology uses an electromagnetic current to accelerate a non-explosive bullet at several times the speed of sound.
load switch for motor protection Explosion protection to: CENELEC, IEC; used to protect Ex e- and Ex d-motors, automatic thermal overload protection and phase failure, steering; Electromagnetic current cutoff; Robust box made of polyester resin glass fiber reinforced; current setting range 0,63 A .

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