Tesla – unit of magnetic flux density, intensity and magnetic field induction in the International system of units (SI). Tesla as the unit of measurement is the Russian designation is TL and international designation – T.
Other units of measurement
Tesla – unit of magnetic flux density, intensity and magnetic field induction in the International system of units (SI), named after the inventor Nikola Tesla.
Tesla as the unit of measurement is the Russian designation is TL and international designation – T.
1 Tesla is equal to induction of such a homogeneous magnetic field in which 1 meter straight length of the conductor perpendicular to the magnetic induction vector, with a current of 1 ampere a force of 1 Newton. In other words, one Tesla is equal to the intensity of the field acting on a conductor with a force of one Newton per meter of a conductor when a current for every amp of current.
Similarly, one Tesla represents a magnetic flux density of one Weber per square meter.
T = kg / (S2 · A) = N / (A · m) = WB / m2.
1T = 1 kg / (1 S2 · 1 A) = 1 N / (1 · 1 m) = 1 WB / m2 1.
In the International system of units, Tesla introduced by the decision of the XI General conference on weights and measures in 1960, simultaneously with the adoption of the SI as a whole. In accordance with the rules SI, and relating the derived units are named for scientists, the name of the unit “Tesla” is written with a lowercase letter, and its designation with the title (TL). Such writing of the designation is stored in the symbols for derived units formed by using the Tesla.
In Tesla measured the density of magnetic flux, the intensity and induction of magnetic field.
Through the basic and derived SI units, Tesla is expressed as follows:
T = kg / (S2 · A)
T = N / (A · m)
T = WB / m2
T = V · s / m2
1 Tesla = 10 000 Gauss.
1 T = 1⋅109 gamma.
Multiple and sub-multiple units are formed using standard prefixes of the SI.
|101 T||decadese||datl||daT||10-1 TL||decease||DTL||dT|
|102 TL||rectocele||GTL||hT||10-2 TL||santatecla||STL||cT|
|103 TL||kinoteka||KTL||kT||10-3 TL||millitesla||MTL||mT|
|106 TL||megatesla||MTL||MT||10-6 TL||microtesla||µt||µT|
|109 TL||gigatel||GTL||GT||10-9 T||nanotesla||nTl||nT|
|1012 TL||taratala||TTL||TT||10-12 TL||picotesla||PTL||pT|
|TL 1015||platessa||PTL||PT||10-15 TL||femtotesla||FTL||fT|
|1018 TL||exately||ETL||ET||10-18 TL||artoteka||ATL||aT|
|1021 TL||estatela||ZTL||ZT||10-21 TL||septicisle||ZTL||zT|
|1024 TL||ittetsu||ITL||YT||10-24 TL||iactamase||ITL||yT|
The magnetic field of the Earth varies greatly in time and space. At latitude 50° magnetic induction the average is 5⋅10-5 T, and at the equator (latitude 0°) and 3.1⋅10-5 Tesla.
Magnet on the refrigerator creates a field around 5 millitesla (5⋅10-3 Tesla).
In sun-spots the magnetic induction is 10 TL.
Record the value of pulsed magnetic fields ever observed in a laboratory is 2.8⋅103 TL.
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