 # Magnetic Flux Converter

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## What is Magnetic flux?

It is the dot product of the magnetic field (B) and the area vector (A) through which the magnetic field passes. Its SI unit is Weber.

Formula:

`Φ = B · A`

One Weber is equal to one Tesla multiplied by one square meter (`T·m²`). In simple words, if the magnetic field is perpendicular and the same to the area, and the area is one square meter, then one Weber is equivalent to one Tesla of magnetic field strength.

It understands and analyzes phenomena such as electromagnetic induction, `Faraday's law` of electromagnetic induction, and the behavior of magnetic materials.

The conversion of magnetic flux between different units depends on the specific units you are working with. There are several units used to measure magnetic flux, including Weber (`Wb)`, Tesla square meters (`T·m²`), Gauss square centimeters (`G·cm²`), Maxwell (Mx), and others.

## Methods of conversion

Here are some common conversion factors for magnetic flux:

Weber (Wb) is equal to Tesla square meter (T·m²)

1 Tesla square meter (T·m²) = 10,000 Gauss square centimeters (G·cm²)

1 Weber (Wb) = 100,000,000 Maxwell (Mx)

Example 1:

Let's say you have a magnetic flux of 5 Weber (Wb) and you want to convert it to Tesla square meters (T·m²):

Flux in T·m² = 5 Wb × 1 (T·m²/Wb)

Flux in T·m² = 5 T·m²

So, 5 Weber is equal to 5 Tesla square meters.

If you want to convert magnetic flux from Tesla square meters (T·m²) to Gauss square centimeters (G·cm²), you can use the conversion factor:

Flux in G·cm² = Flux in T·m² × 10,000 (G·cm²/T·m²)

These conversion factors can be used to convert magnetic flux between different units based on your specific requirements.

Example 2:

Convert 34 into different units.

Ans:

 Method Value Unit Gauss square centimeter: G/cm2 Kiloline: Kline Line: line Maxwell: Mx Maxwell (International): Mx Megaline: mgline Tesla square centimeter: T/cm2 Tesla square meter: T/m2 Volt second: V/s Weber: Web

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