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toroid

[′tȯr‚ȯid]
(nucleonics)
(electromagnetism)
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Manual ORTHO-BOT Lin act 3D Split toroid Manual Odin Cylindrical 3D CCP jnt.
Inductance (L) of the sintered toroids was measured in the frequency range of 20 Hz-2 MHz using a precision LCR meter E4980A.
In the General Fusion device, the toroids are created within a roughly 3-meter sphere containing liquid lead and lithium, which spins around to create a vortex.
The observed gaps in the protoplanetary disk HL-Tau are not due to the existence of planets but is an effect of the distribution of matter in the disk, in this model the disc has a discontinuous structure as a series of concentric toroids, rather than a matter continuous distribution.
As the inner radius of the toroids increases, the angular momentum of the drops initially decreases, then reverses and increases steadily as the cross section of the toroids becomes more and more circular.
Toroids provide high ratio accuracy because a turn is counted only when the wire passes through the core's center.
Whispering gallery mode (WGM) resonators (dielectric disks, cones, spheres, toroids, and other structures [1, 2]) are known for their exceptional performance as nearly perfect frequency filters, resonators for oscillation sources, dielectric resonator antennas, etc.
[10.] Haubitzer, W., "Das magnetische Feld eines Toroids und einer mehrlagigen Zylinderspule," Z.
A stellar object can consist of toroids (balance of magnetic and gravitational forces), whose current-conducting elements rotate above the closed longitudinal axis of the tor (balance of magnetic and inertial forces), whereas the toroids themselves are oriented in the plane of the rotating disk (balance of gravitational and inertial forces).
(55) Alternatively, these weapons can be designed to maximize hazardous debris in certain orbits, turning crucial orbital toroids into kinetic minefields.
Experimental work has also measured these fields using ferrite-core, wound-wire toroids (Gielen et al.
These inductive sensors are built with the toroids in line with the axis of the sensor instead of perpendicular to the axis as is commonly employed.

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