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The dimensions of the TCR antenna are ab = 2[l.sub.b], ad = 2[l.sub.a], and ag = 2[l.sub.c], the widths of the coils are [l.sub.q], the number of turns is [q.sub.m], the distance from the iron-core center to the inner edge of the coils is [l.sub.p], the height from the lower edge of the iron core to the rail surface is [l.sub.h], the horizontal distance from the leading-wheel axle center to the TCR antenna center is [l.sub.m], and e([x.sub.0], [y.sub.0], [z.sub.0]) is an arbitrary point on the TCR-antenna induction coils.
In conventional induction furnaces, the induction coil is placed in the deposition in which it completely or partially affects the pool of molten metal, and the end part of the coil do not project outside the limits of the pool (Fig.
The flux within the induction coil is the integral of the flux density B over the area segment da, [PHI] = [integral]B * da.
OLD SPARKY: Pupil Charlie Hainwith the induction coil on display at Warwick School.
The electricity to the heart is supplied by an induction coil that would be implanted under a patient's skin.
Inside is an induction coil that activates the T-Coil (telecommunications switch) in the hearing aid via an electronic signal.
The loop is an induction coil that surrounds a portion of an auditorium's seating area.
It uses electromagnetic induction to charge the car's battery - an induction coil in the charging pad creates an alternating electromagnetic field, which then induces the flux in the second coil that is in the car.
For the ultimate in stylish cooking look at induction hobs which have a strong electromagnetic field or induction coil under each cooking zone.
As a result of the presence of the metallic frame, this ladle is characterised by high strength and the body itself does not screen the electromagnetic field of the induction coil [0].
The model consists of a copper pipe, a brass flange, brazing alloy, a water cooled induction coil and surrounding air.
RocTool has an induction heating process in which an induction coil is wrapped around the mould, and the Indumold technology from the Kunststoff Institut Ludenscheid in Germany uses induction heating circuits integrated in the mould.