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(B) Get the deflection with the current passing through 180 cm.

The special deflectometer shown in Fig. 31 allows closer reading, as it magnifies the deflection ten times.

With regard to deflection of branches of trees they say nothing and adhere to their opinion.

De Re MetallicaGeorgius Agricola

The deflection he made took him out of sight of the soldiers, but their continued yells indicated a hot and determined pursuit.

A Prince of AnahuacJames A. Porter

Mr. Redfield seems to think there may be a tendency to deflection when they “over-slide” each other.

The Philosophy of the WeatherThomas Belden Butler

Deviation of the Compass, the deflection of a ship's compass needle from the magnetic meridian, caused by adjacent iron.

The papers alluded to really deal with two series of facts:—(A.) Deflection with identity of form.

OpusculaRobert Gordon Latham

The same law of deflection is shown, in smaller angles, in Fig. 2.

A continual increase in deflection indicates an unsafe load which is almost certain to rupture the beam eventually.

It appears clearly from this that the angle of deflection is not in a simple ratio with the magnetic force acting on the needle….

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