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  • n  the lagging of an effect behind its cause; especially the phenomenon in which the magnetic induction of a ferromagnetic material lags behind the changing magnetic field

  • To combat "hysteresis," or the atrophying of job skills in the labor force, the Labor Department issued an opinion earlier this year that workers can still draw unemployment .
  • His special fields of research included synthetic geometry, vector analysis, alternating current, phenomena magnetics and hysteresis, dielectrics, transients and electrochemistry.
  • That partly reflects what some economists have begun to call "hysteresis" -- a fancy term for the notion that new habits, like old ones, are hard to break.
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  • Non-Contact Angle Sensors operate in harsh environments.
    Encased in aluminum housing, Vert-X 28HD Series non-contact angle sensors are sealed against ingress of liquids and solids to IP 69K, withstand shock of 50 G and vibration of 20 G, and operate over -40 to +85°C temperature range. Units feature 0-360° measurement range, 12-bit repeatability of 0.1° or better, and maximum hysteresis of 0.1°. Minimum life is 360 million movements and units last 185 ...
    June 21, 2013 - ThomasNet

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