soft iron

soft iron

n
(Metallurgy)
a. iron that has a low carbon content and is easily magnetized and demagnetized with a small hysteresis loss
b. (as modifier): a soft-iron core.
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Delivery of busbar supports for the catenary system of the DC-S-Bahn Hamburg for attaching the soft iron power rail on the superstructure.
I use a broomhandle with soft iron wire hangers on it to suspend the barrel on the dowels in the water.
Several unique products were added in the SAIL basket in FY 12- 13 including special soft iron magnetic plates for the prestigious India- based Neutrino Observatory ( INO) project of Bhabha Atomic Research Centre ( BARC).
By reducing excess dissolved magnesium in the melt, a soft iron with high elongation results.
Advice Back on next three starts on going faster than soft Iron Condor James Eustace 3rd, Kempton, October 31 The four-year-old ran better than the bare form suggests as he lost his rhythm after finding himself caught up in an incident at the second hurdle and only really settled once the pace lifted in the closing stages.
And the fact that the soft iron inner case, not considered essential by everyone, was dispensed with also makes it comfortable to wear on account of its weight, size and ergonomic case/strap design.
As all players complete their round with a par 5 that enables them to sting a drive and a fairway wood and then float a soft iron to a welcoming green, the experience is not over.
The process was been extended at reinforcing textures wire of soft Iron (Fea), ARMCO, Ni, Co.
The influence of magnetic fields on sensitive equipment can be reduced by up to several orders of magnitude by passive shielding with soft iron alloys (e.
To avoid such deposits between isolating disk and steel flange (where the two soft iron seals are positioned), polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) fill rings are installed, which fill in the gaps upon installation of the isolating kit.
To true up a grindstone, hold a round, soft iron rod across it, while the stone is turned, just close enough to wear away the bumps.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Freescale Semiconductor (NYSE: FSL) has been awarded an Electronic Products' Product of the Year award for its Freescale Xtrinsic eCompass software, which fuses data from Freescale Xtrinsic accelerometers and magnetometers to implement a highly accurate tilt-compensated electronic compass with full hard and soft iron calibration of magnetic disturbance.