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Josh Villa, 26, had an electromagnetic coil which excites brain cells at the front of his head.
* The electromagnetic coil 1 (a ferromagnetic core coil);
The concept uses a conventional plate valve design but replaces or augments the valve springs with an electromagnetic coil that senses position and provides an opposing force prior to the plate's impact.
Electromagnetic separators are typically designed utilizing a solenoid electromagnetic coil. Some separators use the bore of the solenoid coil as the separating zone.
The Central Japan Railway Company successfully has employed American Superconductor Corporation's high temperature superconductor (HTS) wire in a prototype electromagnetic coil designed for use as the lifting component in JR Central's magnetically levitated train system, the vehicle being considered for Japan's Chuo Shinkansen, an alternate route connecting Tokyo to Osaka.
Also, the ear piece uses a crystal component instead of an electromagnetic coil to further reduce the occurrences of electric fields.
The tuning sensitivity of the filter frequency of electromagnetic coil current is typically set at 18 to 20 MHz/mA.
The analogy holds true for a channel furnace inductor or a coreless furnace crucible where the environment is under power from the electromagnetic coil and circulation is intense.
(With apologies to Mark Twain.) Current passing through an electromagnetic coil, with a metal core, creates a magnetic field that moves a relay's armature.
This unique system has an electromagnetic coil built into the cylinder housing.

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