magnetic flux

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Synonyms for magnetic flux

a measure of the strength of a magnetic field over a given area

the lines of force surrounding a permanent magnet or a moving charged particle

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Magnetic field line representation and magnetic flux density of at the centre of solenoid is shown in figure Fig.
Specifically, based on the proposed model (equation 4) it is expected that the amplitude of the stimulating current is reduced in proportion to the magnitude of the applied magnetic flux density.
r] is remaining magnetic flux density of permanent magnets, [[mu].
The detection of magnetic flux reverses the polarity of the Hall-ICs output voltage.
As the magnetic flux linkage of the imaginary contour in the salt solution is very difficult to measure, some simplifications have to be made.
One of the atoms, the carrier, is electrically charged, feels the magnetic flux and moves--but yields no net motion.
In the case of the GO sample the hard magnetization axis is orientated at 90[degrees] to the easy axis at low level induction and rotates towards 55[degrees] when magnetic flux density increases (Soinski, 1987).
The voltage induced in a single wire loop is equal to the time rate of change of magnetic flux passing through the wire loop.
When this flux is created, almost the entire electric flux [not member of] based on Maxwell's laws creates the magnetic flux [PHI] located ring-shaped about the [not member of]-flux.
This paper studies small-scale synchronous generators with permanent magnet excitation for direct-drive wind-power turbines and presents the analysis of magnetic field distribution in air gap and in magnetic circuit of the generator with radial magnetic flux and permanent magnet excitation.
Despite a cooling problem that has been identified and will be addressed, the system has achieved 300 amp-turns of magnetic flux to date.
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.
The magnetic flux will be concentrated in the steel pole piece, resulting in an area of extreme magnetic field intensity.
When the fluid to be filtered runs through these plates, it is subjected to a high magnetic flux gradient, caused by the focusing of the magnetic field at the edges of the plates.