How is magnetic field and magnetic flux different from each other?

Asked by sarbsukhmani | 27th Aug, 2010, 12:00: AM

Expert Answer:

The basic differentiation can be drawn from their definitions,
The definition of magnetic field comes from the expression for force experienced by moving chared particle in the magnetic field, B.
F = q(v x B).
while magnetic flux is defined as the scalar product of magnetic field and vector area.
Φ = B.A,
Also while magnetic field is a vector, magnetic flux is a scalar. They are also different on their physical dimensions and units.
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Answered by  | 27th Aug, 2010, 09:26: PM

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