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Magnetic flux density, referred to as magnetic flux density, which quantitatively reflects the density of magnetic lines of force. The strength of the magnetic field is usually expressed by the magnetic induction "B".
The unit of magnetic induction is Tesla, its sign is T, and there is an obsolete unit: Gauss, whose sign is Gs: 1 T = 10000 Gs.
Expression of magnetic flux Φ
1. Φ=BSsinα where α is the angle between the direction of the magnetic field and the plane.
Second, Φ = BScosα where α is the angle between the plane and the plane projecting perpendicular to the direction of the magnetic field.
If the magnetic induction at some point in the magnetic field is B, where there is a plane perpendicular to the magnetic flux, and its area is S, the magnetic flux passing through it is:
Φ = BS
The unit of magnetic flux in the formula is Maxwell (Mx), the unit of magnetic induction B is Gaussian (Gs) unit square centimeter, or the Tesla (T) unit is square meter.
Bmax= (Vrms*108)/(4.44*F*N*Ac) + (L*Idc*108)/(N*Ac) gauss
Note: If no DC current flows, the second formula is discarded.