degaussing

NOUN
  1. the process of making a (steel) ship's hull nonmagnetic by producing an opposing magnetic field
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How To Use degaussing In A Sentence

  • The degaussing process is designed to erase the tape magnetically back to a virgin state.
  • The ship's degaussing is made up of 25 coils for the ship's structure as a whole and local coils for specific items of equipment.
  • There was also a degaussing station attached to the establishment, and after the war until 1962 it was used as a Sea Cadet training centre and an Admiralty store.
  • The most effective counter-measure was degaussing which obliterated the magnetic field of a steel hull.
  • On top of that, most degaussers use external power supplies and must power down between each degaussing, slowing up the destruction process.
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  • The size arrangement and location of the degaussing coils are based on finite element modelling of the ship structure and major equipment fits.
  • For the need of testing of ship degaussing apparatus, the integrated test system based on virtual instrument technology has been designed.
  • I was degaussing it by moving it through a static magnetic field.
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