Translation of electromagnet in Spanish:


electroimán, n.

Pronunciation /əˈlɛktroʊˌmæɡnət//ɪˌlɛktrə(ʊ)ˈmaɡnɪt/


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    electroimán masculine
    • The mass acted upon by the coil elements can be a permanent magnet or magnets, or electromagnets.
    • By experimenting with magnets and electromagnets it was learnt how a motor is turned by electricity.
    • Finally, after calibration of the apparatus, the force acting on the particle can be determined by measuring the currents driving the electromagnets.
    • Other rhenium alloys are used in making temperature control devices, such as thermostats; vacuum tubes, like those in a television set; and electromagnets, electrical contacts, and thermocouples.
    • As early as 1826 the inventor of the electromagnet William Sturgeon had tried to open pallets with his invention.
    • Plus, he says, their carbon cores could make them stronger than steel, so an electromagnet made from the wires wouldn't need a heavy structure to support it.
    • This, for instance, is how we ordinarily think of the magnetic field of an electromagnet, which is sustained only so long as an electric current passes through the magnet's coils.
    • In order to generate a magnetic field that can be said to propagate, it is necessary to produce a changing field by turning on an electromagnet or removing a magnet from a magnetic shield such as a superconducting box.
    • In the simplest case, the wires carrying the electrical signals are used to form an electromagnet which attracts and releases a metal diaphragm.
    • If you are having trouble finding a magnet around the house, two possible sources include a can opener and an electromagnet that you make yourself.
    • During braking, the metal wheels are exposed to a magnetic field from an electromagnet, generating eddy currents in the wheels.
    • It is this small magnetic field that is the basis of an electromagnet.
    • Magnets, either conventional electromagnets or superconducting magnets, are placed along the accelerator tube at regular intervals.
    • As these charged particles swirl, they generate magnetic fields just the way electrons moving in an electromagnet's coiled wire do.
    • A power supply for applying a voltage to a scanning electromagnet for deflecting a charged particle beam has a first power supply unit having no filter and a second power supply unit having a filter.
    • When cooled to extremely low temperatures, electromagnets demonstrate an unusual behavior: For the first few nanoseconds after electricity is applied to them, they vibrate.
    • They mounted two flat, semicircular metal chambers between the faces of a powerful electromagnet.
    • What difference does voltage make in the strength of an electromagnet?
    • It is also used for magnetic poles of electromagnets.
    • Modern circular accelerators place klystrons and electromagnets around a circular copper tube to speed up particles.