[mag-nee-tuh-sheeth] /mægˈni təˌʃiθ/
the region between the magnetopause of the earth or of some other planet and the shock front caused by the solar wind.
[mag-nee-tuh-sfeer] /mægˈni təˌsfɪər/ noun, Astronomy. 1. the outer region of the earth’s ionosphere, where the earth’s magnetic field controls the motion of charged particles, as in the Van Allen belts. Compare . 2. such a region of another planet: Jupiter’s magnetosphere. /mæɡˈniːtəʊˌsfɪə/ noun 1. the region surrounding a planet, such as the earth, in which […]
[mag-nee-toh-stat-iks] /mægˌni toʊˈstæt ɪks/ noun, (used with a singular verb) 1. the branch of magnetics that deals with magnetic fields that do not vary with time (magnetostatic fields) /mæɡˌniːtəʊˈstætɪks/ noun 1. (functioning as sing) (physics) the study of steady-state magnetic fields
[mag-nee-toh-strik-shuh n] /mægˌni toʊˈstrɪk ʃən/ noun, Physics. 1. a change in dimensions exhibited by ferromagnetic materials when subjected to a magnetic field. /mæɡˌniːtəʊˈstrɪkʃən/ noun 1. a change in dimensions of a ferromagnetic material that is subjected to a magnetic field magnetostriction (māg-nē’tō-rĭ-strĭk’shən) The change in shape and density of a substance, especially a ferromagnetic substance, […]
- Magnetostrictive delay line
storage, history An early storage device that used tensioned wires of nickel alloy carrying longitudinal waves produced and detected electromagnetically. They had better storage behaviour than mercury delay lines. [H. Epstein and O.B. Stram, “A High Performance Magnetostriction-Sonic Delay Line,” Transactions, Institute of Radio Engineers, Professional Group on Ultrasonic Engineering, 1957, pp. 1-24]. (2002-11-08)