Definitions for magnetic induction, tube of
The Standard Electrical Dictionary
Magnetic Induction, Tube of
An approximate cylinder or frustrum of a cone whose sides are formed of lines of magnetic induction. (See Magnetic Induction, Lines of.) The term tube is very curiously applied in this case, because the element or portion of a magnetic field thus designated is in no sense hollow or tubular.
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