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    what is teh difference between flux linkage and Electromagnetic induction?
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    magnetic flux linkage= the magnetic flux (which is magnetic flux density x area) multiplied by the number of turns.
    Electromagnetic induction is caused when there is a changing magnetic field in a circuit or whena wire moves relative to the magnetic field, and a voltage (emf) is produced.
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    magnetic flux linkage = phi.N
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    magnetic flux linkage is the magnetic flux multiplied by number of turns in a coil,electromagnetic induction is to induce or generate an electromotive force by changing the magetic flux
 
 
 
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