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The Magnetic Flux Calculator will calculate the:

- Magnetic flux through a closed loop of a known area

**Calculation parameters:** Magnetic field and medium are considered as uniform; the loop has the same thickness everywhere.

The Magnetic flux is Wb [Weber] |

Magnetic flux calculation |
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Φ_{M} = B × A × cosθΦ _{M} = × × cos()Φ _{M} = × × Φ _{M} = |

Magnetic Flux Calculator Input Values |

Magnetic field (B) T [Tesla] |

Area of coil (A) m^{2} [square metre] |

Angle between the area vector and magnetic field lines (θ) rad [radian] |

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Φ_{M} = B × A × cosθ

The following Physics tutorials are provided within the Magnetism section of our Free Physics Tutorials. Each Magnetism tutorial includes detailed Magnetism formula and example of how to calculate and resolve specific Magnetism questions and problems. At the end of each Magnetism tutorial you will find Magnetism revision questions with a hidden answer that reveals when clicked. This allows you to learn about Magnetism and test your knowledge of Physics by answering the test questions on Magnetism.

- 16.1 - Introduction to Magnetism
- 16.2 - Magnetic Field Produced by Electric Currents
- 16.3 - Magnetic Force on a Current Carrying Wire. Ampere's Force
- 16.4 - Magnetic Force on a Wire Moving Inside a Magnetic Field. Lorentz Force
- 16.5 - Magnetic Dipole Moment
- 16.6 - Ampere's Law
- 16.7 - Faraday's Law of Induction
- 16.8 - Lentz Law
- 16.9 - Inductance and Self-Induction
- 16.10 - Induction and Energy Transfers
- 16.11 - Induced Electric Fields
- 16.12 - RL Circuits
- 16.13 - Energy Stored in a Magnetic Field. Energy Density of a Magnetic Field. Mutual Induction
- 16.14 - Alternating Current. LC Circuits
- 16.15 - Introduction to RLC Circuits
- 16.16 - The Series RLC Circuit
- 16.17 - Power in an Alternating Circuit. Transformers
- 16.18 - Maxwell Equations

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