What is Flux density: Definition and 144 Discussions
Flux describes any effect that appears to pass or travel (whether it actually moves or not) through a surface or substance. A flux is a concept in applied mathematics and vector calculus which has many applications to physics. For transport phenomena, flux is a vector quantity, describing the magnitude and direction of the flow of a substance or property. In vector calculus flux is a scalar quantity, defined as the surface integral of the perpendicular component of a vector field over a surface.
Hello, I am a chemistry intern currently running a project that involves both chemistry and electromagnetism. Bottom line, I'm a little out of my depth and have much to learn, and I'm having a bit of trouble with the coils I constructed.
My setup will consist of four coils positioned...
What is the flux density of salt in a horizontal tube 10 cm in length connecting seawater (salinity = 30 g/l) to a tank of freshwater (salinity ~ 0) assuming no advection occurs?
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I have a EE problem that I need to sort out for alternating voltage. I have to find out the maximum flux density.
B_max= integral from 150 degrees to 30 degrees (u/(2NA) dt is my problem.
I have a hard time to integrate this since I am to integrate with time and not degrees or...
My general understanding of electric flux density is 'electric flux per unit area'. This gives the SI unit N/C. But According the formula of electric flux density, D=eplison*E, the SI unit is C/m^2. How come the dimension in both cases not matching if both are true?
In the 7th edition of the book "Elements of Electromagnetics by Matthew N. O. Sadiku"
On page 190 the author goes on to say:
"We now consider the case in which the dielectric region contains free charge.
If ##\rho_v## is the volume density of free charge, the total volume charge density...
Summary:: Is the magnetic flux density B constant? Is the magnetic flux constant?
I am working on a project design for Uni and I am stuck.
In a magnetic circuit is either the magnetic flux or the magnetic flux density B constant? This magnetic circuit has all different cross section areas and...
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I've made a small program that does FFT, Fast Fourier Transform on a signal from radio receiver (RTL SDR), and parabolic antenna. Of course, the output is amplitude depending on frequency.
I want to use it to detect and measure 1420MHz radiation from space. But I'm not sure on what's the...
So I'm confused what the Saturation Flux Density is referring to. Defintion says it is when you no longer get an increase in H-field when increasing external B-field.
So, does the satuation flux mean the core can only create fields UP TO that saturation flux, or that it can make a stronger...
Question 1;
a) P=E/t
E=5.796*10^7 J energy produced per day during the summer
However, I am not certain how to calculate the time period, since although this concerns the energy produced per day, the sun does not shine for the entire duration of this 24 hour period. Also, I am unsure of the...
I'm trying to understand the relationship between the "number" of field lines passing through a region and the magnetic force in this region.I understand that the drawings are of course conceptual: we cannot draw "all" the field lines (although can be visualized with iron fillings).Also the...
This is for an experiment to deflect a 28 SWG wire between two magnets, 3cm apart, by passing a current through it (example attached). The force on the wire is obviously F = BIL, but the wire will be passing at 1.5cm from each magnet so there will be some significant fall off of B and I can't...
Inner conductor radius = 1cm
outer conductor radius = 10cm
region between conductors has conductivity = 0 & 𝜇r = 100
𝜇r = 1 for inner and outer conductor
Io = 1A(-az)
𝑱(𝑟) = (10^4)(𝑒^-(r/a)^2)(az)
Problem has cylindrical symmetry, use cylindrical coordinate system.
Find the total current...
I drew an illustration to make this easier:
Point P is where I wish to find the magnetic flux density H.
Given the Biot-Savart formula:
$$d\textbf{H} = \frac{I}{4\pi}\frac{d\textbf{l}\times\textbf{R}}{R^2}$$
I can let
$$d\textbf{l} = \hat{z}dz$$
and
$$\hat{z}dz\times\textbf{R} =...
I try to get a correct result for the radius of a standard white dwark (roughly 10000 km).
I just want the order of magnitude , i.e with the common values of a solar mass into Earth radius sphere.
From http://www.astro.umontreal.ca/~bergeron/CoolingModels/Synthetic_Calibration.pdf page 1223...
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Consider interactions of a X-ray beam at a depth, x, within a material. The flux density is:
density flux = $$\frac{I}{A}$$
where I is the intensity of the beam that cross a unit area A at right angles to the beam. Let dx be a small slice at the depth x and let dI(x) be the...
Someone is asking me how much current in a loop of wire the diameter of the Earth to make the same level of magnetism the Earth has?
I hope I am asking this correctly.
TIA
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In the picture at points A and B are two thin parallel wires, where traveling currents are 15 A and 32 A to opposite directions. The distance between wires is 5.3 cm. Point's P distances from A and B are the same. Calculate the magnetic flux density at point P.
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I am attempting the following question:
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If the extinction in the infrared K-band (filter central wavelength = 2.13 micrometres) is 10 times less than it is in the optical V-band (filter central wavelength = 550 nanometres), what affect would a cloud of Av = 3 have on...
Hello all; I am new in this forum, currently in High School.
For some time now, I have been looking online for a relationship between temperature and magnetic flux density of a ferromagnet; below the Curie point. However, I can't seem to find any relationship or formula. Do any of you know...
I'm not sure I understand how to correctly scale flux density with redshift. That is, if I observe say 10 Jy at my observing frequency coming from a source at z = 0.3, how can I estimate the flux density I would expect from the same source at z=2? From what I understand, the final scaling is...
Hey guys, recently I have conducted an experiment investigating the effect of temperature (K) against magnetism (mT). I have found two formulas and understand that they are for both linear and non linear relationships but why does the function change from linear?
Flux density of a magnet is about how many T?
In an experiment, I obtained the number 227.6 T.
Is this a sensible value for a small (5cm long) bar magnet? Thank you~
So the main thing I'm wondering is given a question how do we determine whether to use one of the fundamentals theorems of vector calculus or just directly evaluate the integral, and if usage of one of the theorems is required how do we determine which one to use in the situation? Examples are...
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In my experimental setup I have a purpose built small aluminium tube that has a black layer on the inside to mimic a blackbody.
The tube is heated so the inside emits as a blackbody. A separate temperature sensor attached to the tube gives the temperature of the tube.
I...
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Eqn B = phi/A
For flux density so 1T = 1Wb/m^2
Often wondered about a Weber and found on a site that 1 Wb is 1 x 10^8 lines of magnetic flux! Does this sound right that an exact amount of flux lines represents 1weber? I always thought that the concept of webers was a relative idea and not...
Hi, I'm trying to calculate the flux density of a magnet, I can get all but one of the values needed to calculate it. Does anyone know how/where to get the z(distance from a pole face on the symmetrical axis) value?
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So I'm doing a electromagnetics course and we've been given equations for electric flux and electric flux density but I can't seem to find any sort of intuitive explanation for these.
In my lecture notes, the electric flux density is introduced first as vector D and...
follow up from responses in old thread. https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/why-does-attenuation-coefficient-decrease-with-increased-energy.569981/
I have seen in my experiment using a saline media ( some oxygen bubbles) that an increase in Incident PFD is showing an slight increase in the...
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An unpolarized ruby laser operated at 0.7 μm is projected vertically into a clear sky to investigate the density of the atmosphere. A detector located 10 km from the base of the laser is used to receive the flux density scattered from the laser beam by air molecules...
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Find magnetic flux density B circulation in closed contour. The countour consists of square with a perimeter of 4b. It includes a square conductor with a perimeter of 4a. A homogenic current flows through a conductor with a current density of j.
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The apparent total magnitude of a triple star is ##m_0 = 0,0##. The apparent magnitudes of two of its components are ##m_1 = 1,0## and ##m_2 = 2,0##.
What is the apparent magnitude of the third component?
Answer: 0,9
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Since according to Norman Pogson...
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The magnetic flux density in the vicinity of a large air-cored electromagnet is determined by measuring the induced flow of charge in a small coil as the current in the electromagnet is switched on -- see the diagram below.
Calculate the magnetic flux density at the...
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Two identical wires R and S lie parallel in a horizontal plane, their axes being 0.10 m apart. A current of 10 A flows in R in the opposite direction to a current of 30 A in S. Neglecting the effect of the Earth's magnetic flux density calculate the magnitude and state the...
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A long air-cored solenoid has two windings wound on top of each other. Each has N turns per metre and resistance R. Deduce expressions for the flux density at the centre of the selenoid when the windings are connected (a) in series, and (b) in parallel, to a battery of EMF E...
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A long wire (X) carrying a current of 30 A is placed parallel to, and 3.0 cm away from, a similar wire (Y) carrying a current of 6.0 A. What is the flux density midway between the wires: (a) when the currents are in the same direction, (b) when they are in opposite...
For a standard solenoid, I've found that
B=μnI
where
μ = permeability of the core (4π×10^-7 for free space)
n = number of coils
I = current
Firstly, is the permeability of soft iron 0.08, as I found?
Primarily, however, I'm wanting to know if this still applies for a mutual induction apparatus...
Electrical resistance is due to electrons colliding with the atoms of the conductor. In a magnetic circuit reluctance is analogous to resistance in an electric circuit. Just as resistance impedes the flow of electrons in an electric circuit, reluctance impedes the flux in a magnetic circuit but...
I am trying to calculate the flux density of an air gap in an electromagnet.
I am following this page that calculates the flux density in a C core with an air gap.
My confusion is that I am using 50Hz AC instead of DC I have control over the voltage amplitude since I would be using a variac to...
Magnetic flux density B is a vector quantity and thus represents a force. However most texts state that the magnetic force is perpendicular to the direction of B, which is tangential to the magnetic field line at any give point. I assume that this magnetic force refers to the Lorentz force. So...
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The electric flux density in free space produced by an oscillating electric charge placed at the origin is given by
\vec{D}=\hat{r}\frac{10^{-9}}{4\pi r^2}cos(wt-\beta r), \ \ where \ \beta=w \sqrt{\mu_0 \epsilon_0}
Find the time-average charge that produces this electric...
a long straight wire has fixed -ve charge density of 39nC/m. the wire is enclosed by thin wall non conducting coaxial cylinder of radius 1.7m. the shall has positive charge density and its Field is such as that it will cancel the field due to wire. what will be the surface charge density of...
Would the direction of the Magnetic Flux Density vector B at the south side be towards the south pole like this?
and is the direction for B correct for the other side?
One more thing, how can magnetic flux density be a vector and have a direction when its sort of a density, I mean its over an...
Hey All,
I was wondering if anyone knows of any good simulation software packages that can do quantitative radiometry. I'm thinking COMSOL may have a radiometry suite, but I'm not very familiar with the software or package offerings.
Basically, I'm trying to optimize the placement of hundreds...
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I came across a recent problem that asked me to calculate the flux density at the end of a solenoid. I was given the current 3 A , the number of turns per unit length , 12 cm-1 and the using the permeability of free space as 4π × 10^-7
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The equation I used...
Hello, all. I have been working on the following problem and was wondering if someone could check my work and provide some valuable input:
Here is my work:
What do you guys think about my approach to this problem?
My reasoning:
The magnetic force on charge q is
Fm = qv x B
B does not change |v|. Therefore, |Fm| is constant at time t > 0 and Fm is always perpendicular to the direction of movement of charge q. Fm behaves as a centripetal force, and thus the charge moves along the circumference of a...