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flux density

1. (spectral flux density or, strictly, spectral power flux density) Symbol: S . A measure of the strength of the signal received from a discrete source of emission. The dimensions of flux density are energy per unit time per unit bandwidth per unit area. The unit is the jansky.

flux density

[′fləks ‚den·səd·ē]
(nucleonics)
(physics)
Any vector field whose flux is a significant physical quantity; examples are magnetic flux density, electric displacement, gravitational field, and the Poynting vector.
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A comparison of the flux densities between the FEM results and sizing analysis results for different parts of the machine at no load is tabulated in Table 6.
The magnetic flux density was altered by varying the amount of the electric current from 0, 10, 12, 14 to 16 A, these values corresponding to the magnetic flux densities of 0, 30, 37, 44, and 51 mT, respectively.
The latest emitters in the UVA family provide record flux densities up to 1700mW and 3.
The general results suggest that the overall extrudate swell for all shear rates increased with increasing magnetic flux density to a maximum value and then started to gradually decrease at higher magnetic flux densities.
w] to 0 respectively, allows obtaining the ratio of heat flux densities in the film: when [T.
Line of modular infrared heating devices (SpotIR, LineIR, StripIR, PanelIR, ChambIR, Hi-TempIR, and SimulateIR) produce heat flux densities ( -3 watts/[in.