Table of Contents

- 1 What is meant by magnetic motive force?
- 2 What is magnetomotive force in magnetic circuit?
- 3 What is MMF and EMF?
- 4 What is BH curve in magnetism?
- 5 What is the relationship between EMF and MMF?
- 6 What is the difference between the electromotive force and the magnetomotive force?
- 7 What is the formula for magnetic force?
- 8 What are some examples of magnetic force?

## What is meant by magnetic motive force?

magnetic circuits The magnetomotive force, mmf, is analogous to the electromotive force and may be considered the factor that sets up the flux. The mmf is equivalent to a number of turns of wire carrying an electric current and has units of ampere-turns.

**What do you mean by MMF?**

Magnetomotive force (MMF) is a component or part of the equation of magnetic flux in magnetic circuits. As an analogy to electromotive force, MMF “drives” magnetic flux through a magnetic circuit. Magnetomotive force is also known as magnetic potential.

### What is magnetomotive force in magnetic circuit?

The magnetic pressure, which sets up the magnetic flux in a magnetic circuit is called Magnetomotive Force. • The SI unit of MMF is Ampere-turn (AT), and their CGS unit is G (gilbert).

**How do you get magneto motive force?**

Electromagnetism and magnetic circuits Magnetomotive force (mmf), Fm = NI ampere-turns (At), where N = number of conductors (or turns) and I = current in amperes.

#### What is MMF and EMF?

EMF stands for electromotive force. MMF stands for magnetomotive force. EMF acts as the driving force responsible for the movement of the electrons in an electrical circuit. In short, it is a driving force responsible for the creation of magnetic flux in a magnetic circuit. The SI unit of EMF is volts.

**What does EMF mean in physics?**

Electromotive force

Electromotive force (EMF) is equal to the terminal potential difference when no current flows. EMF and terminal potential difference (V) are both measured in volts, however they are not the same thing. EMF (ϵ) is the amount of energy (E) provided by the battery to each coulomb of charge (Q) passing through.

## What is BH curve in magnetism?

Definition: Hysteresis refers to the lagging of the magnetization of a ferromagnetic material like iron. If an alternating magnetic field is applied to the material, its magnetization will trace out a loop called a hysteresis loop or B-H Curve.

**What is magnetomotive force and reluctance?**

The magnetomotive force is the product of the magnetic flux and the magnetic reluctance. The reluctance is the opposition offers by the magnetic field to set up the magnetic flux on it.

### What is the relationship between EMF and MMF?

EMF is the force that is responsible for driving the electrons in an electric circuit. Magnetomotive force is abbreviated as MMF. MMF is the driving force required to drive the magnetic flux through the circuit.

**How is H Ni?**

The ability of a magnetic field to magnetize a material medium is called its magnetic intensity H. Let the field due to a solenoid of n turns per meter length be H = ni, where i is the current and n = N/l, N is the total number of turns and l the length of the solenoid. H does not depend upon the nature of the medium.

#### What is the difference between the electromotive force and the magnetomotive force?

**What is potential difference and EMF?**

Hint: EMF is the energy per unit charge exerted by an energy source. Potential difference is the energy released when the unit quantity of electricity passes from one point to another. The full form of EMF is Electromotive force.

## What is the formula for magnetic force?

If using this calculator for a 3D vector, then the user enters in all fields. The magnetic force is calculated according to the formula, F= qv x B. This means that the cross product of the product of the charge and the velocity vector with the magnetic field vector gives the resultant.

**What is the force between two magnets?**

The most elementary force between magnets, therefore, is the magnetic dipole–dipole interaction. If all of the magnetic dipoles that make up two magnets are known then the net force on both magnets can be determined by summing up all these interactions between the dipoles of the first magnet and that of the second.

### What are some examples of magnetic force?

Examples of magnetic force is a compass, a motor, the magnets that hold stuff on the refrigerator, train tracks, and new roller coasters.

**What is the law of magnetic force?**

Coulomb’s laws of magnetic force can be stated as follow: The force (repulsion or attraction) between two magnetic poles (in a medium) is directly proportional to the product of their poles strength and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them.