__Flux Density Calculator:__

__Flux Density Calculator:__

Enter the values of magnetic flux, Փ_{(Wb)} and area through which the flux is passing, A_{(m2)} to determine the value of Flux density, FD_{(T)}.

__Flux Density Formula:__

__Flux Density Formula:__

Flux density (FD), also known as magnetic flux density or magnetic induction, measures the amount of magnetic flux through a unit area perpendicular to the direction of the magnetic field. It is typically measured in Tesla.

Flux density – the intensity of the field passing through a unit area.

Total flux – the total amount of the field passing through a surface. The unit (Wb for magnetic field, lm for luminous flux) depends on the type of field.

Area – the surface area through which the field is passing.

Higher flux density signifies a stronger magnetic field and greater magnetic force experienced by moving charges or magnetic materials in that field.

A smaller area concentrates the same amount of flux into a smaller space, resulting in a higher flux density (FD).

Flux density, FD_{(T)} in tesla is calculated by dividing the magnetic flux, Փ_{(Wb)} in weber by area through which the flux is passing, A_{(m2)} in square metres.

Flux density, FD_{(T)} = Փ_{(Wb)} / A_{(m2)}

FD_{(T)} = flux density in Tesla, T.

Փ_{(Wb)} = magnetic flux in Weber, Wb.

A_{(m2)} = area in square metres, m^{2}.

__Flux Density Calculation:__

__Flux Density Calculation:__

- A magnetic field has a magnetic flux of 0.8 weber passing through an area of 0.4 square metres. What is the flux density?

Given: Փ_{(Wb)} = 0.8Wb, A_{(m2)} = 0.4m^{2}.

Flux density, FD_{(T)} = Փ_{(Wb)} / A_{(m2)}

FD_{(T)} = 0.8 / 0.4

FD_{(T)} = 2T.

- A region in a magnetic field has a flux density of 5 tesla and the area through which the flux is passing is 0.2 square meters. What is the magnetic flux?

Given: FD_{(T)} = 5T, A_{(m2)} = 0.2m^{2}.

Flux density, FD_{(T)} = Փ_{(Wb)} / A_{(m2)}

Փ_{(Wb)} = FD_{(T)} * A_{(m2)}

Փ_{(Wb)} = 5 * 0.2

Փ_{(Wb)} = 1Wb.