Related to magnetic flux density: magnetic field strength, magnetic field intensity.
By definition, magnetic flux is a measure of the strength of a magnetic field over a given area perpendicular to it.
Magnetic flux density (B) is defined as the force acting per unit current per unit length on a wire placed at right angles to the magnetic field.
In order to answer the relevant questions in the exam, it is necessary to have an understanding of magnetic fields and associated concepts such as magnetic flux and magnetic flux density. Like electric fields, magnetic fields can be represented by field lines.
The Magnetic Flux Density of a magnetic field is defined as the force F acting per unit current I in wire of unit length l at right angles to the feild B.
Physics (A-Level Revision). Fields. Electromagnetic induction.
Magnetic flux density is defined as the amount of magnetic flux in an area taken perpendicular to the magnetic flux's direction.
For the magnetic fields "B" (magnetic flux density) and "H", see magnetic field.
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The long range order which creates magnetic domains in ferromagnetic materials arises from a quantum mechanical interaction at the atomic level.