What is magnetic flux density?

- Oct 30, 2017 -

The magnetic flux density is an alias of the magnetic induction intensity, which represents the number of magnetic lines passing through the unit area vertically. Magnetic flux density, referred to as the magnetic flux density, which reflects the number of magnetic lines from the density of the density. The strength of the magnetic field, usually with the magnetic induction "B" to express, where the stronger the magnetic field, where the greater the value of B, the more dense magnetic field lines.

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