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SOLSadly Outta Luck (polite form)
SOLStaff of Light (gaming)
SOLSuperOnline (ISP)
SOLSummer of Love
SOLStatute of Limitations (legal term)
SOLSkilled Occupation List (Australia)
SoLSymphony of Light (Online Gaming Community)
SOLSuda on Line
SOLSimulation Oriented Language
SOLService d'Ordre Legionnaire (French force in WWII)
SOLStruck Out Looking (baseball)
SOLScreaming out Loud
SOLService Opportunities in Leadership
SOLScenario Overlay (gaming, Breath of Fire: Dragon Quarter PS2)
SOLShoot-Out Loss
SOLSystem Off Line
SOLSystem Operating Limit (North American Electric Reliability Council)
SOLSolutions in Organisations Linkup
SoLSeal of Light (gaming, world of warcraft)
SOLSemantic Operating Language
SOLSmall Out-Line Integrated Circuit
SOLSurvive Outdoors Longer (Adventure Medical Survival Pak)
SOLSafe Operating Limit
SOLSmile Out Loud
SOLStuff Outta Luck (polite form)
SOLSorta Outta Luck
SOLSpecial Olympics Louisiana
SOLShort On Landing
SOLSobbing Out Loud
SOLSockolet (pipe fitting)
SOLSamurai of Legend
SOLSomewhat Out of Luck
SOLStatic on Line
SOLSwear Out Loud
SOLSubculture of Live (fan club for the band Live)
SOLSaudi On Line
SOLStoked on Life Productions
SOLSistema de Operaciones en Linea (Peru)
SOLSynchronous On-Line (curriculum)
SOLSequence Order List
SOLStricken Off Leave (legal)
SOLSighthounds on the Lam
SOLSoftware Object Library
SOLSecond-Order Closed Loop
SOLShazzam - Outta Luck (Gomer Pyle polite form)
SOLSoul of Lineage (game)
SOLSeafarer's Open Learning System
SOLStricken on Leave
SOLStoppages of Off & Leave
SOLStandards of Law
SOLStatue of Liberty (New York City)
SOLStatute of Limitations
SOLScotland Online
SOLSolomon Airlines (ICAO code)
SOLShadows of Luclin (Everquest expansion)
SOLOffice of the Solicitor (US Department of Labor)
SOLSigns of Life (Steven Curtis Chapman album)
SOLSons of Liberty
SOLSimply Out of Luck (polite form)
SOLSpace-Occupying Lesion (medical)
SOLSatellite Of Love
SOLScandinavia Online
SOLSpeed of Light
SOLStandards Of Leadership
SOLStandards Of Learning
SOLSolenoid
SOLSolicitation
SOLSolution
SOLSooner Or Later
SOLStatement of Liability
SOLSerial Over LAN (Local Area Network; computer science)
SOLState Owned Land (various locations)
SOLSociety for Organizational Learning
SOLSchool of Leadership (various locations)
SOLStandard of Living
SOLSecretary of Labor
SOLSticker on Label (records)
SOLShort on Luck
SOLSeasons of Love (movie)
SOLSoleus (muscle)
SOLSanctity of Life
SOLSolola (Guatemala territorial division)
SOLStart of Life
SOLSource of Light (Miami, Florida rock band)
SOLShout Out Loud (internet chat)
SOLShipowner's Liability
SolSoluble (chemistry)
SOLStandard Operating Level (electronics)
SOLScottish Omnibuses Ltd
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Solenoid valves are commonly used in fluid power pneumatic and hydraulic system to control fluid power motors or large industrial valves.
BorgWarner's mini direct-acting VFS features an optimized hydraulic design to deliver increased accuracy compared with variable bleed solenoids.
The main objective of stage-2 investigation is to study the nature of behaviour of magneticfield inside the solenoid by determining the magnetic field thoriticaly as well as from modelling and observe the nature of a permenent magnet levitating inside the solenoid.
The solenoid, NSN 4810-01-568-7755, is Item 185 in Pig 8 (Sheet 10 of 10) of the TM.
This week, the UT team tested the technology inside its mockup of the central solenoid conductor.
The hot-gas by-pass loop consists of a solenoid valve which was actuated by a pulse width modulation (PWM) controller.
o]) of the appropriate outlet solenoid valve compressed air will deflate from muscle (air flow rate [Q.
The company formerly known as Westool was established in St Helen Auckland in 1946 and in its heyday it employed over 1,000 people producing solenoids for a variety of industrial applications.
With a World Wide patent pending, the Super Solenoid has already been licensed to the UK's largest lock manufacturer, Squire & Sons, who are developing the next generation of electric lock systems.
One of the most common problems in pneumatic conveying systems is failure of four-way solenoid control valves.
Cutter blades are controlled by solenoid valves on the power unit that are operated via remote control buttons on tool
On the other hand modern technology permits to manufacture traps from permanent magnets with not much smaller values of the magnetic flux density B and one may use a normal solenoid as a magnetic shutter.