Definitions for krizik's cores
The Standard Electrical Dictionary
Cores of iron for use with magnetizing coils, q. v. They are so shaped, the metal increasing in quantity per unit of length, as the centre is approached, that the pull of the excited coil upon them will as far as possible be equal in all positions. A uniform cylinder is attracted with varying force according to its position; the Krizik bars or cores are attracted approximately uniformly through a considerable range.
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