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What *is* magnetic flux? I want to know what it actually is
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B A cos theta
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>>13421073
>What *is* magnetic flux?
surface integral of a field dotted with the surface normal
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>>13421095
also, flux is a flow of something
magnetic flux is the amount of "field" passing in a given area relative to the direction

it* is just a measure of magnetic strength over some area
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>>13421073
>inb4 the schizo starts babbling about reification and vortexes
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>>13421244
What's this about reification and vortexes?
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Scientists hide behind compley formulas, as if they mean something. But it's just too fool you. It's actually fairies dancing around that cause magnetism.
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>>13421259
>It's actually fairies dancing around that cause magnetism.
I thought it was angry pixies myself
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>>13421073
moments of inertia gliding over the space collapsed by the charge density perturbations cause by the current pushing itself through the wire
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Vectors, duh.
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>>13421259
>a surface integral is complicated
it isnt. its relatively simply and readily visualized by anyone of average or higher intelligence.
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>>13421443
That's what they want you to think. :^)
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>>13421073
surface integral of a field dotted with the surface normal
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>>13421073
Its a model of nature that describes the outcome of experiments.
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>>13421073
force propagated by magnetons
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>>13421125
You're as useful as the textbook you read that from, except even a textbook can often provide intuition for its definitions.
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>>13421125
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>>13421073
Ripples of force caused by flowing electrons.
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>>13421125
why are math autists like this ?
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>>13422841
if you didnt understand what he said, then you arent ready to learn about flux
no one fucking cares if you want some shit baby watered down "intuitive" definition
what anon said is what it is, its how you calculate flux, its how you use flux
it is literally fucking useless for you to have any other definition, since you couldnt use it
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>>13422855
>its how you calculate flux, its how you use flux
But it definitely not what magnetic flux IS.
You didn't define anything, you just translated it to math.
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>>13422841
Not Brazilian textbooks
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>>13422841
midwit
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>>13421244
Take meds
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scarring tissue accumulation from rigorous masturbation
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>>13422861
magnetic flux through an oriented surface is the surface integral of the magnetic field. you will not get a more honest definition than this. if you find it unsatisfactory, it's because you don't understand the surface integral.
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When electric charges move, they create a magnetic moment. This magnetic moment is a vector field that describes magnetic forces. Magnetic flux is just magnetic moment per surface unit to describe how concentrated is this field(similar to calculating a water flow)
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>>13423336
OP here.
This is the best answer I have gotten in this thread.
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>>13421073
electrical momentum
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>>13425676
its also the answer you get when you google it? Surely you're not just asking what the difference between flux and the magnetic field are?
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>>13422841
>You're as useful as the textbook you read that from
so quite useful then



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