Unit TWb
Name teraweber
Category Magnetic Flux
Details A Tera-Weber (TWb) is a unit of magnetic flux in the International System of Units (SI). It's a derived unit that represents the amount of magnetic field going through a particular area. The Weber (Wb) is the base unit used to measure magnetic flux, and the prefix "tera" stands for 10^12, which means a Tera-Weber is one trillion Webers (1 TWb = 1,000,000,000,000 Wb).

Magnetic flux is a crucial concept in electromagnetism, as it helps in understanding electromagnetic phenomena such as electromagnetic induction and the generation of electric current in conductors and transformers. The unit of magnetic flux, Weber, is named after the German physicist Wilhelm Eduard Weber, who made significant contributions to the field of electromagnetism.