[in-duhk-til] /ɪnˈdʌk tɪl/
not ; not pliable or yielding.
not ductile, pliant, or yielding
[in-duhkt] /ɪnˈdʌkt/ verb (used with object) 1. to install in an office, benefice, position, etc., especially with formal ceremonies: The committee inducted her as president. 2. to introduce, especially to something requiring special knowledge or experience; initiate (usually followed by to or into): They inducted him into the mystic rites of the order. 3. to […]
noun, Electricity. 1. a transformer for producing high-voltage alternating current from a low-voltage direct current, consisting essentially of two concentric coils with a common soft-iron core, a primary coil with relatively few windings of heavy wire, and a secondary coil with many turns of fine wire. Excitation of the primary coil by rapidly interrupted or […]
- Induction cooking
noun a cooking method involving heating cookware with magnetic energy, either by a special stove coil or specially designed cookware that uses an alternating magnetic field to generate heat rapidly
noun, Metallurgy. 1. a type of electric furnace used for melting a charge of scrap by the heat produced by its own electrical resistance.