magnetic induction definition

  • noun:
    • the procedure through which a substance, such as for example metal or metallic, becomes magnetized by a magnetic field. The induced magnetism is generated by the force associated with area radiating through the poles of a magnet.
    • See magnetized flux density.
    • the action wherein magnetized polarity is created in a body vunerable to magnetized effects when brought under the influence of a magnet.
    • The process that produces a substance magnetic (temporarily or permanently).
    • identical to magnetized field strength.
    • the amount of magnetized flux in a unit location perpendicular into the course of magnetic flow
    • the procedure which makes a substance magnetized (temporarily or completely)

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