electromagnetic force


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electromagnetic force

(i-lek-troh-mag-net -ik) See fundamental forces.
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In the LPEC with CA and FA, practically the same values of the electrodynamic and electromagnetic force impulse are realized, while in the LPEC with EA the electrodynamic force pulse is 1.
6, the inputs are fuel injection quantity and electromagnetic force and the outputs are piston position, velocity and in-cylinder pressure.
E](t) is the electromagnetic force of the levitation unit at the axial location of x = 0.
The matrix of the curl of (H), the electromagnetic force is given as:
The coil-gun inductance and the electromagnetic force are calculated numerically in FEMM.
The machine is highly accurate and weight checks by electromagnetic force compensation balance, which makes high measuring accuracy possible.
In the 1950s, physicists were aware of four different types of forces in the universe: gravity, electromagnetic force, the force that attracts an electron towards the nucleus of an atom, and the force that keeps the nucleus of the atom together.
The model is acting upon the forces (i) the pressure gradient force (ii) electromagnetic force (iii) self-gravitating force and (iv) the forces due to rotating factors.
Evidence from animal studies suggests that exposure to the level of electromagnetic force produced by something as mundane as the refrigerator creates free radicals in the body.
This arrangement causes lines of electromagnetic force called field lines to build up and increase in strength.
Suspended above the track using electromagnetic force, the train was way ahead of the green revolution, but it came unstuck by 1995 when it was deemed unreliable.

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