pole piece


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pole piece

[′pōl ‚pēs]
(electromagnetism)
A piece of magnetic material forming one end of an electromagnet or permanent magnet, shaped to control the distribution of magnetic flux in the adjacent air gap.

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Design restrictions on the dimensions of the holder tip as a function of a ~ 6 mm pole piece gap are satisfied.
The first, which is typical of magnetic circuits utilizing permanent magnets, is to concentrate the lines of flux on a steel pole piece within the circuit.
It also uses an aluminum voice coil and optimized pole piece geometry.
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The mCVT is two rings of permanent magnets with a ring of steel pole pieces in between.
Once the ends of the pole pieces were sealed, the pieces were allowed to stand outside the kiln for approximately 24 hours in order to bring their temperatures to ambient and to allow for the resin to fully cure.
While it is easy to talk about diamond shape or cantilever mass, it must be remembered that that fixed coil structure, in the cartridge body, is idiosyncratic to each manufacture in terms of the fixed coils, the laminated core, the pole pieces, and the manner in which these items are deployed.
The adjustable gadgetry between and below the pole pieces serves to adjust the size/position of the vacuum cavity, which sets the desired frequency to resonate with waveguide output to antenna.
The stator was then developed as cylindrical coils and pole pieces placed around the shaft.