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toroidal

[tə′rȯid·əl]
(science and technology)
Shaped like a doughnut.
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An important characteristic is also the field of scattering of the toroidal system.
In a toroidal solenoid, any magnetic flux is confined within the toroid.
Generally, the TF coils provide a steady toroidal magnetic field to confine the plasma movement, while CS and PF coils operate in pulse mode to control the plasma current.
The TCS3020 probe used in the SensoPro system measures conductivity using toroidal sensing technology, which is said to be more stable and reliable compared to traditional contacting conductivity sensors.
So far, researchers have exerted much efforts in parameter optimizations and structural innovations to reduce the spin losses of the Toroidal CVTs.
At large enough rotation rates, Plateau observed transient toroidal configurations that tended to break up into smaller drops (see also [2]).
Among them, the discharge units for ITER's powerful toroidal field coils will have the capacity to extract 41 GJ of stored energy.
Windham, NH, June 25, 2014 --(PR.com)-- CET Technology (http://www.CETTechnology.com), makers of standard and custom magnetic devices, including toroidal inductors, step down transformers and many other devices, also makes a complete line of toroidal inductor power chokes.
The partnership is intended to supply an electrical insulation material to be used for the ITER Toroidal Field coils.
The Compact Toroidal Hybrid (CTH) is a magnetically-confined plasma experiment investigating the application of helical magnetic fields to improve plasma stability.
Besides, the magnetic field in motor applications with toroidal silicon-steel sheet is isotropic, rendering the operating condition very different.
Amorphous ribbon toroidal transducers were investigated by Mohri et al.