permeance


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per·me·ance

 (pûr′mē-əns)
n.
A measure of the ability of a magnetic circuit to conduct magnetic flux; the reciprocal of reluctance.

[From Latin permeāre, to penetrate; see permeate.]

permeance

(ˈpɜːmɪəns)
n
1. the act of permeating
2. (General Physics) the reciprocal of the reluctance of a magnetic circuit. Symbol: Λ
ˈpermeant adj, n
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