Field-magnet



noun
1.
a magnet for producing a magnetic field, as in a particle accelerator or an electric motor.
noun
1.
a permanent magnet or an electromagnet that produces the magnetic field in a generator, electric motor, or similar device
field magnet
A permanent magnet used to produce a base magnetic field against which other magnetized materials react, as in the operation of electrical devices such as motors, generators, and solenoids.

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