Definition of Magnetic core

1. Noun. (computer science) a tiny ferrite toroid formerly used in a random access memory to store one bit of data; now superseded by semiconductor memories. "Each core has three wires passing through it, providing the means to select and detect the contents of each bit"




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Magnetic Core

magnetencephalographies
magnetencephalography
magnetic
magnetic North Pole
magnetic anisotropy
magnetic attraction
magnetic axis
magnetic bearing
magnetic bearings
magnetic bottle
magnetic bubble memory
magnetic circuit
magnetic confinement
magnetic confinement fusion
magnetic core (current term)
magnetic declination
magnetic declinations
magnetic dip
magnetic dipole
magnetic dipole moment
magnetic disc
magnetic disk
magnetic energies
magnetic energy
magnetic equator
magnetic field
magnetic field gradient
magnetic field strength
magnetic fields

Literary usage of Magnetic core

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1. Electricity and Magnetism for Engineers by Harold Pender (1918)
"Solenoid with magnetic core.—In Fig. 70 is shown a longitudinal section of a solenoid with a magnetic core (eg, an iron or steel rod or bundle of wires) ..."

2. Problems in Electrical Engineering by Waldo Vinton Lyon (1908)
"Assume that the permeability of the magnetic core is constant. ... 24 copper wire wound in one layer on a magnetic core is 0.025 henry and the resistance of ..."

3. Problems in Electrical Engineering by Waldo Vinton Lyon (1908)
"Assume that the permeability of the magnetic core is constant. ... 24 copper wire wound in one layer on a magnetic core is 0.025 henry and the resistance of ..."

4. Van Nostrand's Engineering Magazine (1883)
"... the forces increase as the square root of the length of the magnetic core, these formulas are not susceptible of maximum values when b varies. ..."

5. Transmission of Power: Polyphase System : Tesla Patents by Nikola Tesla (1893)
"In an electrical transformer or induction 50 device, the combination, with the main magnetic core and the primary and secondary coils or circuits, ..."

6. The Principles of Alternating Currents: For Students of Electrical Engineering by Edgar Thomas Larner (1908)
"... relation between the current and the EMF, and will suffice until the student is advanced enough for a mathematical proof. 10. Effect of magnetic core. ..."

7. Electrical Engineering in Theory and Practice: In Theory and Practice by George Dudley Aspinall Parr (1906)
"A solenoid with a non-magnetic core, such as this, is but little used in practice, so that we will now pass on to the consideration of the effect of ..."

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