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induction

the initial TRAINING an employee may receive at the commencement of employment to familiarize him or her with the workings of the organization.
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Williams BG, Hoey D (1987) The use of electromagnetic induction to detect the spatial variability of the salt and clay contents of soils.
Key words: sand deposition, electromagnetic induction, EM, ground oonductivity, 1993 Midwest floods
As mention before CIF A-01 apparatus uses for heating polymerization liquid the electromagnetic induction principle.
The firm has developed a system that uses electromagnetic induction energy fields to heat water indirectly and generate steam that would turn turbines and produce power at Bellefonte.
Historically, the electronic interference or "noise" that permeates industrial environments has hampered the development of reliable in-process weld-sensing controls for electromagnetic induction welding, according to Steve Chookazian, business manager of the Emabond Systems Business of Ashland Chemical.
Tenders are invited for Supply, Installation And Guarantee Of Electromagnetic Induction Based Phase Flow Meters Alongwith Cables For High Temperature Liquids As Per Purchasers Tender Specification Required At Barc, Mumbai-85
The project also demonstrated the advantages of electromagnetic induction bonding over autoclaving for joining TP composite sections.
A fourth proprietary product scheduled for exhibit is the "Mitsubishi Precision (MP) Scale,"a scale that operates on the principle of electromagnetic induction.
A new method of electromagnetic induction bonding of thermoplastic advanced composites without the need for metallic "susceptor" implants was introduced at the Anaheim SME meeting by Heltra, Inc.

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