The total number of lines of force in the circuit is known as the magnetic flux.
In a radially decreasing magnetic field, the lines of magnetic flux bow outward, as represented in Fig. 4b.
Outside the aerial we have variations and distributions of electric strain and magnetic flux.
The intensity of a magnetic flux is expressed by the number of magnetic lines of force in a square centimeter or square inch.
The iron by its permeability also concentrates and increases the magnetic flux.
He places a strong electromagnet so that its lines of magnetic flux pass transversely between the spark balls.
These lines are still called "lines of magnetic force," or by some "magnetic streamings" "magnetic flux," or simply "magnetism."
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