magnetomotive


Related to magnetomotive: magnetomotive force unit, magnetomotive force

magnetomotive

(mæɡˌniːtəʊˈməʊtɪv)
adj
(General Physics) causing a magnetic flux
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Compared with photoacoustic imaging, magnetomotive photoacoustic imaging is capable of enhancing imaging contrast by 2 to 3 orders of magnitude, and this contrast-enhancement technique has the potential to be expanded to other imaging techniques to aid in the early diagnosis of cancer.
In another new chapter, the winding function approach is used to establish the rotating air-gap magnetomotive force and machine inductances, including end-turn widening effects.
Connection of concentrated double layer short pitch coil six- phase winding section and space distribution of magnetomotive force
f] is the magnetomotive force; R is the reluctance of the flux line direction and M is the mutual induction between rotor and stator windings [16].
New products currently due for exhibition and created to meet market demand include wedding decorations, LED timer ornaments, LED telecontrol products and LED magnetomotive artwork.
j] is the amplitude of the magnetomotive force of the rotor exciting current, [[delta].
Xi'an New Era Magnetomotive Company from China said the company's presence in the region has helped it to win a $29 million contract from Cetco in Saudi Arabia.
and the calculated magnetomotive force of permanent magnets by rated temperature
Title: HighRGD coated protein microsperes as a dual fluorescent and magnetomotive contrast agent for targeted cancer imaging with magnetomotive optical coherence tomography Date: Tuesday, April 20 at 2 p.
Other topics discussed include electromechanical energy conversion, windings and rotating magnetomotive force, symmetrical induction machines, synchronous machines, and unbalanced operations and single-phase induction motors.
Most noise is generated when the natural frequency of the stator core is close to the frequency of the magnetomotive force.