Electrical Engineering ⇒ Topic : Magnetic Flux
The number of magnetic lines of force in a magnetic field determines the value of magnetic flux. The more the magnetic lines of force, the greater the magnetic flux and the stronger the magnetic field.
The total number of magnetic lines of force produced by a magnetic source is called magnetic flux. It is denoted by Greek letter (Φ) (phi).
A unit N-pole is supposed to radiate out a flux of one weber. Therefore, the magnetic flux coming out of N-pole of m weber is
Φ = m Wb
Now 1Wb = 108 lines of force
Sometimes we have to use smaller unit of magnetic flux viz microweber (μWb).
1μWb = 10-6 Wb = 10-6 x 108 lines = 100 lines
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