magnetic gap

magnetic gap

[mag′ned·ik ′gap]
(electromagnetism)
The space between a magnet's pole faces.
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APx Rub & Buzz APx Rub & Buzz is a fast, effective test for common loudspeaker defects such as misaligned voice coils or particles trapped in the magnetic gap.
These two subsets of an electric machine [1] is called an annular magnetic gap which circulates a cooling fluid.
Initially, we studied the flow of air in to the smooth air magnetic gap for different rotor speed and for different axial velocities of air.
The length of the magnetic gap is calculated simply from the water velocity for the required minimum exposure of water to the magnetic field; then the number of successive units is determined for the given length of one magnet.
The magnetic energy over the magnetic gap between the solenoid 1 and the ball 2 (Figure 4) is a sum of the useful component and the dispersion component:
The ribbon-shaped aluminum wire enables JBL to precisely specify the number of coil windings in the magnetic gap, optimizing motor force for high efficiency and reducing distortion.
April 20 /PRNewswire/ -- In response to press inquiries, Eastman Kodak Company (NYSE: EK) confirmed today it has received a decision from the Japanese patent office granting a patent for a magnetic recording system invented by Kodak which utilizes a record head with a small effective magnetic gap length.
patent pertaining to magnetic recording devices with recording heads featuring a magnetic gap of 0.
Specifically, MagneMotion deploys attractive magnetic force which can be controlled to levitate the vehicle, maintaining a magnetic gap between permanent magnet arrays on the vehicle and steel on the guideway.
March 31 /PRNewswire/-- Eastman Kodak Company (NYSE: EK) today announced it has filed a patent infringement suit against Sony Corporation and Sony Corporation of America regarding the use of a magnetic recording system patented by Kodak which utilizes a record head with a small effective magnetic gap length.
Spider-less Design -- A traditional subwoofer uses a spider that is connected to the voice coil of the speaker, which keeps the coil aligned/centered while it moves in the magnetic gap.
Successful development of the technology would result in multiple magnetic gaps per head which can provide a unique contribution over conventional thin film technology and make possible read and write compatibility with previous generations of IOMEGA products.