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What is the diffrence between relative permeability and absolute permeability?

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Asked by pujitha, 06 Feb '13 06:31 pm
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Relative permeability is the ratio of effective permeability of a particular fluid at a particular saturation to the absolute permeability of that fluid at total saturation.
Absolute permeability is the ratio of the magnetic flux density to the intensity of the magnetic field in a medium; measurement is in webers per square meter in the meter-kilogram-second system. Also known as induced capacity.
Answered by LIPSIKA, 06 Feb '13 06:40 pm

 
  
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Relative permeability is the ratio of effective permeability of a particular fluid at a particular saturation to the absolute permeability of that fluid at total saturation.
Absolute permeability is the ratio of the magnetic flux density to the intensity of the magnetic field in a medium; measurement is in webers per square meter in the meter-kilogram-second system. Also known as induced capacity.
Answered by Ataur Rahman, 06 Feb '13 06:50 pm

 
  
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