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re·luc·tance

 (rĭ-lŭk′təns) also re·luc·tan·cy (-tən-sē)
n.
1. The state of being reluctant; unwillingness.
2. Physics A measure of the opposition to magnetic flux, analogous to electric resistance.

reluctance

(rɪˈlʌktəns) or less commonly

reluctancy

n
1. lack of eagerness or willingness; disinclination
2. (General Physics) physics a measure of the resistance of a closed magnetic circuit to a magnetic flux, equal to the ratio of the magnetomotive force to the magnetic flux

re•luc•tance

(rɪˈlʌk təns)

also re•luc′tan•cy,



n.
1. the state or quality of being reluctant; unwillingness; disinclination.
2. the resistance to magnetic flux offered by a magnetic circuit.
[1635–45]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.reluctance - (physics) opposition to magnetic flux (analogous to electric resistance)reluctance - (physics) opposition to magnetic flux (analogous to electric resistance)
natural philosophy, physics - the science of matter and energy and their interactions; "his favorite subject was physics"
electrical phenomenon - a physical phenomenon involving electricity
2.reluctance - a certain degree of unwillingness; "a reluctance to commit himself"; "his hesitancy revealed his basic indisposition"; "after some hesitation he agreed"
sloth, slothfulness - a disinclination to work or exert yourself
involuntariness, unwillingness - the trait of being unwilling; "his unwillingness to cooperate vetoed every proposal I made"; "in spite of our warnings he plowed ahead with the involuntariness of an automaton"

reluctance

noun unwillingness, dislike, loathing, distaste, aversion, backwardness, hesitancy, disinclination, repugnance, indisposition, disrelish a reluctance to give official approval to the idea

reluctance

noun
The state of not being disposed or inclined:
Translations
تَرَدُّد
váhání
uvilje
haluttomuus
tregîa
magnetische weerstandtegenzin
odpor
gönülsüzlükisteksizlik

reluctance

[rɪˈlʌktəns] Nreticencia f, renuencia f (frm)
her reluctance to allow it was understandableera comprensible que se mostrase reacia or reticente a permitirlosu reticencia or (frm) renuencia a permitirlo era comprensible
to show reluctance (to do sth)mostrarse reacio or reticente or (frm) renuente (a hacer algo), mostrar reticencia or (frm) renuencia (a hacer algo)
with reluctancecon reticencia, a regañadientes
to make a show of reluctanceaparentar reticencia, aparentar estar reticente

reluctance

[rɪˈlʌktəns] nrépugnance f
reluctance to do sth → répugnance à faire qch

reluctance

n
Widerwillen m, → Abneigung f; to do something with reluctanceetw widerwillig or ungern tun; to make a show of reluctancesich widerwillig geben

reluctance

[rɪˈlʌktns] nriluttanza

reluctant

(rəˈlaktənt) adjective
unwilling. He was reluctant to accept the medal for his bravery.
reˈluctantly adverb
reˈluctance noun
I don't understand his reluctance to go.

reluctance

n. renuencia, aversión, disgusto.
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The magnetic reluctance of the air-gap increased near the rotor slots leading to a generation of these ripples.
l1,2] denotes the magnetic reluctance of the rod within each loop formed by GMM and PM patches alternatively; [R.
Their innovation, FluxMerge, adjusts the magnetic reluctance distribution across the pole faces opposite the airgap.
The evaluation of the per unit length magnetic reluctance of magnetic wires has been presented in [16] for the case of cylindrical Euler-Cauchy wires.

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