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The paired coils in Helmholtz arrangements are commonly used in laboratories for creating of uniform magnetic field.
A market analyst says China's keeping the 13% export tax rebate on cold-rolled steel coils and galvanized steel coils shows its promotion of downstream steel export, which will strain Taiwan's steel firms, with smaller makers fearing of being sidelined.
The range consists of three machine sizes covering pipe diameters from 90 to 250mm, with the larger machines capable of producing coils weighing up to 2,500kg.
At PNM it was concluded that the cost of installation of pipe from long coils is about $3 per foot.
Another advantage is that one AE sensor can cover wide area of SC coil and can detect global information of SC coils.
The recently FDA-cleared HyperSoft Finishing Coil is an exceptionally soft, stretch-resistant helical platinum coil.
Coated coils generally consist of a platinum coil that carries material located either on the outer surface or within the coil or as "inbraided" microfilaments.
Although clips were more effective in sealing off aneurysms and less likely to permit bleeding to resume at that site, the coils gave a patient the better chance of doing well in the long run.
We suppose exact knowledge of the phase shift between generators of coils and neutron energy.
The coil lifter accommodates both vertical and horizontal lifting applications for steel coils weighing up to 125 pounds and plastic coils weighing up to 55 pounds.
The patented advantages of stationary coils and a moving magnet, combined with a frictionless flexural suspension, deliver performance unavailable with voice coil or hydraulic based test systems.
The incomplete combustion seen in mosquito coils also occurs when biomass fuels such as cow dung, crop residue, and wood are burned.