from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Fitted with or involving the use of two threads or wires.
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- adj. Having two wires, threads or filaments
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Two-threaded; involving the use of two threads.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Two-threaded; having two threads.
- n. A micrometer fitted with two threads.
- n. An electric circuit doubled back upon itself so that the conductor is closely adjacent to the return-conductor and the inductance of the circuit is thereby reduced to a minimum.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having or using two filaments
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The case centered around a bifilar weight assembly, a block of engineered tungsten, which the Army uses to reduce vibration on the UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter.
Round and round to build a bifilar spiral 37 wt-% Casimir etalons.
One of these, given by a horizontal pendulum at Rocca di Papa near Rome, is reproduced in Fig. 71; while the curve of the bifilar pendulum at
Two coils that resonant at the same frequency tend to exchange energy efficiently and by winding them in a bifilar manner increase this efficiency a lot more.
What does the electromagnetic field around a flat spiral coil or bifilar coil look like? en Español
Thanks to Biotsavart, and to the paramagnetic particles that "draw" on the screen of the Etch-A-Sketch, by simply inserting tiny bifilar coils inside the red box, and wiring the coils to USB cables, after a little electronic tinkering, we were able to automatically create amazing and awe-inspiring Etch-A-Sketch drawings and creations way beyond anything we'd ever seen before.
Italy passed, the tale was taken up by magnetographs at Potsdam and Wilhelmshaven, Pawlovsk (near St. Petersburg), Copenhagen, Utrecht, and Parc St. Maur (near Paris); by horizontal pendulums at St.assburg and Shide (in the Isle of Wight), and by a bifilar pendulum at Edinburgh.
a bifilar manner increase this efficiency a lot more.
HEATH, T. -- "Note on the Calcutta Earthquake (June 12th, 1897) as recorded by the bifilar pendulum at the Edinburgh Royal
It is said to accomplish this through back to back, dual "neodymium magnets and bifilar, 1" dual voice coils. "