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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.

ridgeboard, ridgepole

ridgeboard
A longitudinal member at the apex of a roof which supports the
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The proposed technology also includes a radiation shield surrounding the heater assembly to protect the TEM pole pieces.
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.
Pole pieces or fixed extensions can hold plates above the surface of the chuck table for drilling through-holes.
This (flow of current and magnetic force) is the result of, and happens in concert with, the passage of magnets imbedded in the flywheel as they rotate past (with a small air gap) the face of the laminated pole pieces, around which the spark coil (ignition coil) is positioned.
Total quantity or scope: 120 1000 kN load-bearing pole pieces 180 / 160-1190 80 pieces Riparia stepping cylinder 130 / 80-650.