normal induction

normal induction

[′nȯr·məl in′dək·shən]
(electromagnetism)
Limiting induction, either positive or negative, in a magnetic material that is under the influence of a magnetizing force which varies between two specific limits.
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Not quite as interactive as we'd hoped, but still a change from the normal induction. Secondly, we'd been told in advance about the two visually impaired students we had, and had prepared additional materials for them, but no one had told us about the hearing impaired student, and he'd been seated at the back of the Hall.