Nichrome


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Nichrome

(ˈnaɪkrəʊm)
n
(Elements & Compounds) trademark any of various alloys containing nickel, iron, and chromium, with smaller amounts of other components. It is used in electrical heating elements, furnaces, etc
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Noun1.Nichrome - an alloy of nickel and chromium with high electrical resistance and an ability to withstand high temperatures; used for resistance heating elements
trademark - a formally registered symbol identifying the manufacturer or distributor of a product
nickel alloy, nickel-base alloy - an alloy whose main constituent is nickel
Translations
مَعْدَن خَليط مِن نيكل وكروم وحديد
nikkel-króm-járn málmblanda; nikkróm
nihroms
nichróm

Nichrome®

(ˈnaikrəum) noun
an alloy consisting of 60% nickel, 16% chromium and 24% iron.
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9KW are installed in Nichrome wire heating elements, while a 600 CFM, Vz-HP recirculating blower provides vertical upward airflow to the workload.
Owing to the fact that in the initial years, the furnace with nichrome heating elements could handle temperatures only up to 1100[degrees]C; the claybody (white earthenware) and set of glazes and stains were developed in a way that they could mature at this temperature.
Another aspect of improved corrosion resistance in Ni-Cr sample is the nanocrystalline form of Nichrome powder used in the coating preparations.
The semi-quantitative method was done on Cysteine lactose electrolyte deficient (CLED) agar with the help of calibrated sterile 4 mm Nichrome wire loop and then plates were incubated at 37[degrees] C aerobically for 24 hours and then these plates were observed macroscopically for the bacterial growth.
As a high-resistance measuring element in this shunt structure, parallel-connected straight-line segments of nichrome wire were placed along the circumference between two massive coaxial cylindrical electrodes of the shunt internal brass and outer duralumin [9].
At the centres of each pipe, a nichrome wire (discharge electrode) of 0.
The current's strength transmitted via the naked nichrome wire was maintained constant at 6 amps.
This is ignition coir of platinum or Nichrome which dips into the crucible.
Their topics include textile fibers for wearable electronics applications, developing cotton-wrapped nichrome yarn, developing yarn for teleintimation fabric, the design of a signal-transferring circuit for optical core conductive fabric, the performance analysis of a heating garment, wearable and wireless brain-computer interface, solder's status monitoring software using Visual Basic, flexible solar cell technologies, and developing pneumatic gloves.
24 kW are installed in Nichrome wire heating elements, while a 1000 CFM, 1-HP recirculating blower provides vertical upward airflow to the workload.
From the uncentrifuged sample of urine, a preheated and rapidly cooled nichrome wire loop was used to transfer a measure of the sample (10 mL) on to the culture media.
The wire is made from alloys such as NiChrome or Manganin; these have extremely low thermal coefficients of resistance (TCR) and excellent long-term stability.