variable inductance

variable inductance

[′ver·ē·ə·bəl in′dək·təns]
(electromagnetism)
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Position sensors for feedback in hydraulic or pneumatic cylinders have typically used one of three technologies: Linear Variable Inductance Transducers (LVITs), variable resistance potentiometers (Pots), or magnetostrictive transducers (MLDTs).
Linear Variable Inductance Transducer (LVIT) position sensors feature the level of performance and external port mounting usually associated with a magnetostrictive sensor and the ruggedness and lower price of an embedded resistance potentiometer.
These tunable inductors are thermally controlled to accomplish variable inductance [9].
Both Jasic models are suitable for 0.6, 0.8, 1.0 and 1.2 mm wire and are packed with user features, such as, digital amp and voltmeter, burn back control and wire inching, 2T/4T trigger function, gas check function, variable inductance and power and status LED's.
Yu, "Variable inductance multilayer inductor with MOSFET switch control," IEEE Electron Device Letters, vol.
The variable inductance value can be implemented by combining a series varactor diode with a fixed inductor in series.
In paper method improved frekvency analysis is used to identify variable inductance which is dependent on the current.
It combines permanent and electromagnets to form a variable inductance magnet with improved performance.
This assembly method prevents variable inductance between the mating ferrite cores.
The variable inductance can be utilized to produce phase shift and time delay in appropriate circuits.
Electronically variable inductance. In a thyristor machine, the purpose of the stabilizer is to maintain load current between power cycles and to limit the rate of current rise when the machine output is shorter by the electrode.
Thus, electronically variable inductance is easily implemented.

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