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electric flux

[i¦lek·trik ′fləks]
(electricity)
The integral over a surface of the component of the electric displacement perpendicular to the surface; equal to the number of electric lines of force crossing the surface.
The electric lines of force in a region.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Since the electric field intensity E and the electric flux density D represent the same field, it is clear that there must be some relationship between E and D.
The relation between the electric field intensity one-form E and the electric flux density D depends on the material properties of the medium and the metric properties of space.
Similarly the electric field intensity and the electric flux density are related by
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The condenser, separating the charge with opposite sign in the armor, makes clear that electric flux changes while in the conductor it is hidden.
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The EV is assumed as electric flux [not member of] with the dimensions [Vm].
where E(r), D(r) denote the electric field and the electric flux density vector, respectively, and [rho](r) is the electric charge density.
So for this interaction we chose a case of lightning induced electric flux density that can shift optical radiation polarization plane up to 90 O.
Software package COMSOL Multiphysics can be used for modeling the main characteristics of electric and magnetic fields (magnetic flux density, magnetic field strength, coil inductors, potential difference, electric field strength, electric flux density) in and around different electric installation.