The number of flux lines per unit of area, measured at right angles to the direction of the flux. It is the measure of magnetic field strength.

The flux density of water passing through a soil is the volume of water passing through the soil per unit cross-sectional area (perpendicular to the flow) per unit time. It has units of length per unit time such as mm/sec, mm/hour, or inches/ day. Many times flux and flux density are used interchangeably.

Flux across a unit cross-sectional area.

The amount of energy or matter passing through a unit area perpendicular to the stream per unit time.

The number of lines of force passing perpendicularly through a square centimetre.

The corresponding parameter for the induced magnetic field in an area perpendicular to the flux path. Flux density is determined by the field strength and permeability of the medium in which it is measured.

the number of lines of force per unit area of a magnetic material. FOURIER TRANSFORM (FT) - a mathematical procedure used in MRI scanners to analyze and separate amplitude and phases of the individual frequency components of the complex time varying signal. Fourier transform analysis allows spatial information to be reconstructed from the raw data.

(physics) the number of flux changes per unit area

(1) A measure of the intensity of magnetization produced by a magnetic field. (2) A vector quantity representing the number of flux lines crossing a unit area at right angles.

Quantitative expression of fluid flow; that passing through unit area.

The concentration of magnetic lines of force. Determines strength of the magnetic field.

The number of magnetic field patterns that can be stored on a given area of disk surface, used as a measure of data density. The number is usually stated as flux changes per inch (FCI), with typical values in the tens of thousands.

The number of maxwells, or magnetic lines of force, per unit area. In the CGS system unit area is cm2.

The number of magnetic lines of force passing through a given area.