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electric flux

n.
The electric flux density across a given cross-sectional area in an electric field.

electric flux

n
(General Physics) the product of the electric displacement and the area across which it is displaced in an electric field. Symbol: Ψ
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Example 3 (heat conduction of one-dimensional thermoelectric bar with constant electric flux).
where D is electric flux density vector, [rho]V is volume density of space charge, E is electric field strength vector, V is potential, V' is volume, W is energy, q is electric charge, U is voltage, A is surface area and dA is area element vector.
Similarly, the integral of electric flux density over a surface is the total flux through the surface, which has units of charge.
The 100% electric Flux mopeds complete with a 49cc gas scooter reaching speeds of 30 mph, climbing hills with ease and traveling distances of at least 25 miles on a single charge.
and the magnetic field intensity, electric flux density and electric field by the following equation
When an electric field is applied, polarized 1D or 2D dielectric fillers tend to orient their longitudinal directions parallel to the electric flux to minimize the electrostatic energy [16].
Wang, Electric flux distribution in photodetachment of heteronuclear diatomic molecular negative ion, Chin.
With this result, we can now express the electric flux component in terms of electric-field component as
From the physical idea of mass, from the idea of the resultant vector (EV) as electric flux [not member of] and from the ideas relating to the magnetic monopole (MMP) it follows that the gravitational field is an electrical field.