What is magnetic flux density - Definition and Meaning

Magnetic Flux Density :

Magnetic Flux Density is a force acting per unit current per unit length on a wire, which is placed at right angle to the magnetic field. It is the measurement of amount of magnetic flux in a particular area. It is measured in teslas or gausses and represented by the symbol "B". The term is also referred as magnetic induction.


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