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flux density

n. Physics
Flux per unit area.

flux density

n
(General Physics) physics the amount of flux per unit of cross-sectional area
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Noun1.flux density - (physics) the number of changes in energy flow across a given surface per unit area
density, denseness - the amount per unit size
natural philosophy, physics - the science of matter and energy and their interactions; "his favorite subject was physics"
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The varying of the magnetic flux density was the same as explained in the COP direction.
In fact, the limiting factors are as often thermal management and material properties as they are electrical insulation and magnetic flux density.
Magnetic storage is based on the force F on a magnetic moment [mu] that is exerted in an inhomogeneous magnetic field with flux density B
Using a closed system eliminates flux density drift over time.
This, in turn, permits minimization of the air gap between the magnet return structure and the permanent magnet, maximizing the magnetic flux density of the motor and producing greater torque.
The drive uses AME technology where the magnetic layers are made of 100% cobalt material, a recording surface with twice the magnetic flux density of coated media, offering improved levels of recording density and recording system performance.
Two important terms in relation to ferrite-based components are magnetic field intensity (H) and magnetic flux density (B).
At RF and microwave frequencies, the flux density can be determined by making use of the Raleigh-Jeans approximation to Planck's law: F = (2kT/[lambda.
When a magnetic flux density is detected and exceeds the IC's operating point, output 1 is pulled low while output 2 is inverted high, enabling different logic systems to be accommodated.
The maximum permissible level (MPL) of magnetic flux density of MF 50 Hz for the population created by electrical installations is regulated in [2] and is 10 [micro]T in the residential area and 0.
In this case, the level flux density of the magnetic field (MF) created by a group of TL in residential areas may exceed sanitary standards [1], which creates a threat to public health and requires the adoption of appropriate measures to normalize the MF.
Tenders are invited for "Performing laboratory work (measurements of physical factors: gamma radiation in the open area, noise level, intensity of electromagnetic fields, radon flux density in open areas) for the purpose of carrying out engineering and environmental surveys in 2018-19"