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Magnetic field strength in hysteresis?

  1. Oct 5, 2013 #1
    Hi, I have been reading about magnetic hysteresis and all sources refer to magnetic field strength (H) as having the units (A/m). Why is it just amps/meter and not ampere-turns/metre as H = NI/L and not N/L? Is there another equation for H that I am unaware of?

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  3. Oct 6, 2013 #2

    meBigGuy

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    two turns mean twice the H for a given current. N itself is dimensionless, determined by the configuration..
     
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