what is the difference between permeability and permitivity??
Asked by shangupta2008 | 14th Aug, 2011, 12:00: AM
The permeability (m) is a material property that describes the ease with which a magnetic flux is established in a component. It is the ratio of the flux density (B) created within a material to the magnetizing field (H) and is represented by the following equation:
Permittivity, also called electric permittivity, is a constant of proportionality that exists between electric displacement and electric field intensity. This constant is equal to approximately 8.85 x 10-12 farad per meter (F/m) in free space (a vacuum). In other materials it can be much different, often substantially greater than the free-space value, which is symbolized eo.
m = B/H
m = B/H
Answered by | 15th Aug, 2011, 02:22: PM
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