magnetic wire

magnetic wire

[mag′ned·ik ′wīr]
(materials)
A wire made from magnetic material suitable for magnetic recording.
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"Possibly," said Monte Cristo, "I have indeed thought of you, but the magnetic wire I was guiding acted, indeed, without my knowledge."
Stand by, men; he stirs, cried Starbuck, as the three lines suddenly vibrated in the water, distinctly conducting upwards to them, as by magnetic wires, the life and death throbs of the whale, so that every oarsman felt them in his seat.
Caption: Magnetic wire grids could reveal hidden stress in components
A magnetic domain wall forms in a magnetic wire and separates regions where the magnetisation points in opposite directions.
The magnetic wire was formed into each forming pattern and the change in PDIV was measured.
He noticed that there was a magnetic wire connected from the power line to [Trinidad's] feet, Antonio said in a two-page report obtained by the Philippine Daily Inquirer.
In racetrack memory, magnetic bits of data run along tiny magnetic wire "racetracks".
These use extra thick insulation to cope with voltage spikes and, in some cases, magnetic wire to counteract the adverse effects of severe waveforms.
In what follows the wire labeled 0 is taken as the reference magnetic wire (where the scalar magnetic potential is arbitrarily set to zero).
Stephen Ruth of the Phelps Dodge Magnetic Wire Division, Fort Wayne, Ind., also said the copper supply deficit that is fueling higher prices in 2004.
They include Class H magnetic wire insulation and IP55 enclosure protection.