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Magnetic Flux Density Converter

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Magnetic Flux Density Converter

Magnetic Flux Density Converter is a tool that allows you to convert values of magnetic flux density from one unit to another.

What is Magnetic Flux Density?

Magnetic flux density is commonly referred to as magnetic induction or magnetic field strength. It tells the strength and density of a magnetic field in a given region and is denoted by B.

 

The magnitude of this force depends on the strength of the magnetic field which is measured by the magnetic flux density.  When a magnetic field is present it exerts a force on charged particles of magnetic materials like iron within its influence.

 

One tesla is equivalent to one Weber (Wb) per square meter (m²). The tesla is a large unit as compared to milli-tesla (mT) or micro-tesla (µT) so these are used for smaller magnetic fields.

 

The concept of magnetic flux density is almost similar to magnetic flux, which is the total magnetic field passing through a surface. The magnetic flux density (B) is related to magnetic flux (Φ) and the area (A) the magnetic field passes through by the following equation:

Formula:

Φ = B × A

Where:

  • Φ is the magnetic flux.
  • B is the magnetic flux density.
  • A is the area.

Examples

Example 

Convert 23 Gauss into other units.

Solution

Method

Value

Unit

Gauss:

23.000000

G

Gauss(international):

22.992390

G

Line/square centimeter:

23.000000

line/cm2

Line/square inch:

148.38680

line/in2

Maxwell/square centimeter:

23.000000

Mx/cm2

Maxwell/square inch:

148.38680

Mx/in2

Maxwell/square meter:

0.0023000000

Mx/M2

Tesla:

0.0023000000

T

Weber/sq. centimeter:

2.3000000e-7

Wb/cm2

Weber/sq. inch:

0.0000014838680

Wb/in2

Weber/square meter:

0.0023000000

Wb/M2

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