Kirchhoff’s Flux Law (KFL)
The total magnetic flux towards a junction is equal to the total magnetic flux away from that junction. This Laws follows from that each line of flux is a closed path. Suppose that magnetic core is shown in fig (a), coil is wound on Limb (L) and current carries (I). Total magnetic flux produced in limb (L) and divided at point P; some flux passes along limb (M) and remaining along limb (N).
Kirchhoff’s Magnetomotive Force (KML)
In a closed path magnetic circuit, the algebraic sum of the product of the magnetic field strength and the length of each part is equal to the resultant magnetomotive force.
The Next important topic from Magnetic Circuits of basic Electrical Engineering is :
MAGNETIC CIRCUITS TOPICS
- Introduction Of Magnetic Circuits In Electrical Engineering
- Explanation Of Terms Related To Magnetic Circuits In Electrical B.Tech.
- What is kirchhoff’s laws ? for magnetic circuit & How relate to electric circuit
- Compare Electric And Magnetic Circuit : Similarities & Dissimilarities
- Explain The Series Magnetic Circuit ? OR Composite Magnetic Circuits ?
- Kirchhoff’s laws for Magnetic Circuits : flux Law (KFL) & magnetomotive force Law (KML)
- what is Leakage Flux And Fringing in Magnetic Circuits
- B-H Curve Phenomena Of Magnetic Hysteresis With Effect And Loss