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airgap

(ˈɛəˌɡæp)
n
(General Engineering) a gap or space which contains air or allows air flow
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The recent attacks, although only now being highlighted by the US government, are nothing new, but they should act to remind us that Industrial Control Systems that were once protected by airgap and diode architecture, are now becoming physical extensions to corporate and business networks," he said.
The shell can withstand forces such as localized pressure from "tons of rock leaning onto it, impact forces from dropping from the cave back through an airgap onto the muck pile and fluid pressure of a head pressure of more than 1,000 m encountered during grouting," Steffen said.
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A sizeable reduction in both torque ripple and airgap radial force (calculated near the stator-teeth under a pole) is achieved, as shown in figure 12.
The gravity induced stretch in the airgap region was expected to be small (compared with the large drawing ratio during drawing) since a small air gap of 1 cm was used.
Electrical motors, especially those which feature an airgap as part of their circuit design, all suffer from magnetic flux leakage within their magnetic circuit paths.
A DC winding is engaged to adjust the flux density in airgap, so as to keep the output voltage stable under varying wind speeds.
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1(a)), the stator slots--nonconductive, nonmagnetic coil regions with current density, the airgap of 0.
2], the airgap [delta]=2 mm (the smallest possible for such a device as MC) and that it is not effectively to make higher PMs than 10 mm and smaller than 3 mm (from previous researches), the outer half coupling's yoke should be in interval 24 till 31 mm (including both values).
Roach, Analysis of airgap flux, current, and vibration signals as a function of the combination of static and dynamic airgap eccentricity in 3-phase induction motors, IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications, 33(1):24-34 (1997).