Origin of solenoid
Examples from the Web for solenoid
Historical Examples of solenoid
It was also, the writer believes, built on the solenoid principle.The Invention of the Track Circuit
American Railway Association
One of the parts in the design had been a solenoid, part No.
The first sad thing was to learn that the solenoid M1537 was as good as new.
What is the character of the lines of force of a solenoid in which a current is flowing?Hawkins Electrical Guide, Number One
The product AN is called the “ampere-turns” on the solenoid.
Word Origin for solenoid
"coil of insulated wire carrying an electrical current and having magnetic properties," 1827, from French solénoïde, from Greek solenoeides "pipe-shaped," from solen "pipe, channel" + comb. form of eidos "form, shape" (see -oid). Related: Solenoidal.