anonymous
  • anonymous
Is Magnetic Flux the change in Magnetic Field, or change in /Density/ of a Magnetic Field, or something else entirely?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
The formula is flux = (magnetic field) (area) So technically magnetic flux is the magnetic field felt in a certain area.
stormfire1
  • stormfire1
It's also dependent on the angle at which the field crosses the area. The full formula is: \[\phi=BAcos(\Theta)\] where B is the field, A is the enclosed area and theta is the angle between the field and the normal to A.
anonymous
  • anonymous
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