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flux den·si·ty

1. Synonym(s): flux (5)
2. either particle flux density, the particle fluence rate, or energy flux density, the energy fluence rate of intensity.
Compare: fluence.

flux density

An MRI-centric term for the number of lines of flux per unit area of a magnetic material.
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Furthermore, averaged heat flux densities through the cylinder head have been calculated, enabling a comparison with the thermodynamic loss analysis.
To quantify the magnitude changes in the swelling ratio due to the magnetic field, the percentage differences ([DELTA]B) in the extrudate swell for all thermoplastic melts for various magnetic flux densities were re-plotted in comparison with their individual extrudate swell ratio without the magnetic field, as expressed in Eq.
Compact 9mm X 9mm form factor enables exceptional optical system efficiency with record flux densities
Figures 6a-6c illustrate the extrudate swell ratio as a function of the reduced radial (r/R) position in the die for different magnetic flux densities at wall shear rates of 5.
Compact form factors for record flux densities enabling exceptional optical system efficiency
The maximum and minimum flux densities can be found using geometrical properties.
The Chorus(R) motor also allows high flux densities, which greatly enhances the power output when operated under saturation.
Figure 5 shows the simulated magnetic flux densities based on different values of the ground reflection factors that are compared to the corresponding measured fields whereby the channel and the observation point angles are set to 20[degrees] and 45[degrees], respectively.
To determine the flux densities in the PMSM6, the coil's magnetomotive force is introduced.
The wave crest and trough of magnetic flux densities in the region with non-ferromagnetic material of ferromagnetic pole-pieces are almost cut out entirely, only left the ones going through ferromagnetic pole-pieces.
Moreover, the evaluated currents and the velocity profile are used for the simulation of magnetic flux density at another observation point to validate the evaluated currents and velocity profile by comparison between simulated and the corresponding magnetic flux densities at another observation point.