Definitions for magnetic induction
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
Also called magnet′ic flux′ den`sity. a vector quantity used as a measure of the strength of a magnetic field.
Category: Electricity and Magnetism, Physics
Ref: Symbol: B 2
magnetization induced by proximity to a magnetic field.
Category: Physics, Electricity and Magnetism
magnetization, magnetisation, magnetic induction(noun)
the process that makes a substance magnetic (temporarily or permanently)
magnetic field strength, magnetic intensity, magnetic induction, magnetic flux density(noun)
the amount of magnetic flux in a unit area perpendicular to the direction of magnetic flow
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
power in a magnet of imparting its qualities to certain other substances.
The Standard Electrical Dictionary
The force of magnetization within an induced magnet. It is in part due to the action of the surrounding particles of polarized material; in part to the magnetic field. (See Magnetic Induction, Coefficient of.) In a more general way it is the action of a magnet upon bodies in its field of force. In some cases the magnetism induced causes the north pole of the induced magnet to place itself as far as possible from the north pole of the inducing magnet and the same for the south poles. Such substances are called paramagnetic or ferromagnetic. They lie parallel or tangential to the lines of force. In other cases the bodies lie at right angles or normal to the lines of force. Such bodies are called diamagnetic. Some bodies are crystalline or not homogeneous in structure, and in them the lines of magnetic induction may take irregular or eccentric paths. (See AEolotropic.) Synonym--Magnetic Influence.
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