Definitions for magnet, damping
The Standard Electrical Dictionary
A damping magnet is one used for bringing an oscillating body to rest. The body may be a metallic disc or needle, and the action of the magnet depends on its lines of force which it establishes, so that the body has to cut them, and hence has its motion resisted.
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