 # Magnetic Flux Density Converter

Magnetic flux Density refers to the amount of the amount of magnetic flux through a unit area which is taken perpendicular to the direction of the magnetic flux. The magnetic flux density is also called as magnetic induction. Magnetic flux density is a vector quantity. The magnetic flux density is denoted by the symbol ‘B’. Magnetic flux is measured with a flux meter. The flux meter contains measuring coils and electronics that evaluate the change of voltage in the measuring coils to calculate the magnetic flux.

Magnetic Flux Density Conversion

 Gauss: G Gauss(international): G Line/square centimeter: line/cm2 Line/square inch: line/in2 Maxwell/square centimeter: Mx/cm2 Maxwell/square inch: Mx/in2 Maxwell/square meter: Mx/M2 Tesla: T Weber/square centimeter: Wb/cm2 Weber/square inch: Wb/in2 Weber/square meter: Wb/M2

Formula

Magnetic density = magnetic flux / unit area

Magnetic flux density is termed as a measure of the magnetic field strength at a given point. The magnetic flux density is expressed by the force per unit length on a conductor carrying at that point.

Example:
Calculate the magnetic flux density for the given details.
Convert the 25 gauss to various possible units.

Solution:
Gauss (international) = 24.99172773811868
line/square centimeter = 25
line/square inch = 161.29000000064516
maxwell/square centimeter = 25
maxwell/square inch = 161.29000000064516
maxwell/square meter = 0.0025
tesla = 0.0025
weber/square centimeter = 2.5e-7
weber/square inch = 0.0000016129000000064517
weber/square meter = 0.0025