### Definition of Magnetic flux density

1. Noun. The amount of magnetic flux in a unit area perpendicular to the direction of magnetic flow.

### Definition of Magnetic flux density

1. Noun. (physics) The measurable component of the response of a medium to the presence of a magnetic field. ¹

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Magnetic Flux Density

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### Literary usage of Magnetic flux density

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1. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1917)
"1 and 4, is subjected to a circumferential alternating mmf, by the application of a ring winding, the magnetic flux density in the lamina is not constant ..."

2. Electricity and Magnetism for Engineers by Harold Pender (1918)
"magnetic flux density. — Just as the distribution of current in a conductor is ... By the magnetic flux density at any point is meant the flux per unit area ..."

3. The Electric Circuit by Vladimir Karapetoff (1912)
"The dielectric flux density is analogous to current density U (Art. 6) and to magnetic flux density B. When an electrostatic field is non-uniform (Fig. ..."

4. Principles of Radio Communication by John Harold Morecroft, A. Pinto, Walter Andrew Curry (1921)
"The magnetic flux density at B is, therefore, FIG. 6. — Cross-section of wire of by Eq. (4) radius a; magnetic field density to be calculated at points A, ..."

5. Principles of Radio Communication by John Harold Morecroft, A. Pinto, Walter Andrew Curry (1921)
"... through the point B. This amount of current is, for uniform current density, equal to /Xn2/a2. The magnetic flux density at B is, therefore, Fia. 6. ..."

6. Magnets and Electric Currents: An Elementary Treatise for the Use of by John Ambrose Fleming (1914)
"The rules may be expressed in terms of Permeance and Permeability as follows : Magnetic flux =. permeance x magnetomotive force. magnetic flux density ..."