The will calculate the electric flux produced by electric field lines flowing through a closed surface:
|The electric flux (inward flux) through a closed surface when electric field is given is V ∙ m [Volt times metre]|
|The electric flux (outward flux) through a closed surface when electric field is given is V ∙ m [Volt times metre]|
|The electric flux through a closed surface when the charge is given using the Gauss Law is|
|Electric flux calculations for inward flux|
|Φ = |E⃗ | × |A⃗ | × cos(180 - θ)|
Φ = | × × cos(180 - )
Φ = | × × cos()
Φ = | × × cos()
|Electric flux calculations for outward flux|
|Φ = |E⃗ | × |A⃗ | × cosθ|
Φ = × × cos()
Φ = × ×
|Electric flux Gauss Law calculations|
|Φ = Q/ϵ0 |
Φ = /
|Electric Flux Calculator Input Values|
|Magnitude of electric field (|E|) V/m [Volt per metre]|
|Surface areaNote 1 (|A|) m2 [square metres]|
|Angle between electric field lines and the area vector (θ) ° [degrees]|
|Electric charge (Q) C [Coulombs]|
|Electric constant or vacuum permittivity (ϵ0) C2/N∙m2|
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