(under the class definition) Subject matter in which the motor is of the magneto-striction type.
(1) Note. See the class definition for a definition of a magneto-strictive motor. Commonly, the magnetizable member is (1) restrained from moving at a point along a dimension thereof but is free to move at other points along and in the direction of such dimension, and is (2) combined with a solenoid or winding which surrounds the magnetizable member and the axis of which winding is concentric or parallel with such dimension; as a result of which the magnetizable member will change in dimension when, the magnetic field is changed the mechanical motion of the member being available for power
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119, for other motor systems having magnetic motors of the reciprocating or oscillating type.
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310, Electrical Generator or Motor Structure, 300, for magneto-strictive motors, per se.
335, Electricity: Magnetically Operated Switches, Magnets, and Electromagnets,