## What is the flux of a vector field?

For transport phenomena, flux is a vector quantity, describing the magnitude and direction of the flow of a substance or property. In vector calculus flux is a scalar quantity, defined as the surface integral of the perpendicular component of a vector field over a surface.

**How do you find the flux of a vector field?**

The total flux of fluid flow through the surface S, denoted by ∬SF⋅dS, is the integral of the vector field F over S. The integral of the vector field F is defined as the integral of the scalar function F⋅n over S Flux=∬SF⋅dS=∬SF⋅ndS.

**Is the hemisphere oriented downward?**

Observe that c is the positively oriented boundary curve of the unit upper hemisphere centered at the origin with downward orientation, as we can see from the picture 4. Figure 4: The hemisphere with downward orientation and its boundary, viewed from below.

### How do you find flux through a sphere?

On the sphere, ˆn and r=R so for an infinitesimal area dA, dΦ=→E⋅ˆndA=14πϵ0qR2ˆr⋅ˆrdA=14πϵ0qR2dA. We now find the net flux by integrating this flux over the surface of the sphere: Φ=14πϵ0qR2∮SdA=14πϵ0qR2(4πR2)=qϵ0.

**What is flux in electric field?**

electric flux, property of an electric field that may be thought of as the number of electric lines of force (or electric field lines) that intersect a given area. Electric field lines are considered to originate on positive electric charges and to terminate on negative charges.

**What is flux of a vector through a given area in vector field?**

The flux of a vector through a given area in the vector through the field is the volume of the field passing through an area. Let A be the area is described by the vector field F(x,y,z). The flux across A is the volume of the field lines crossing the area A per unit time.

## What is positive orientation for Stokes Theorem?

If you look at your right hand from the side of your thumb, your fingers curl in the counterclockwise direction. Think of your thumb as the normal vector n of a surface. If your thumb points to the positive side of the surface, your fingers indicate the circulation corresponding to curlF⋅n.

**How do you verify Stokes Theorem?**

Verifying Stokes’ Theorem for a Specific Case Verify that Stokes’ theorem is true for vector field F ( x , y , z ) = 〈 y , 2 z , x 2 〉 F ( x , y , z ) = 〈 y , 2 z , x 2 〉 and surface S, where S is the paraboloid z = 4 – x 2 – y 2 z = 4 – x 2 – y 2 .

**What is the electric flux through the curved hemispherical surface?**

Electric flux through a hemispherical surface radius =R. electric field =E. ∫d(Acosθ)=πR2.

### Is flux through a sphere 0?

The flux due to the field lines entering is cancelled out by that of the field lines leaving. (because they have opposite signs.) This is why the flux due to external charges is zero.

Compute the flux of the vector field: →F = 4xz→i + 2y→k through the surface S, which is the hemisphere: x2 + y2 + z2 = 9, z ≥ 0 oriented upward.

**What is the net flux from the hemispherical surface?**

Cheers. Since number of field lines entering from circular side is equal to number of field lines leaving the hemispherical surface, net flux is 0. therefore (Flux)h + (flux)c = 0 ——→ 1 [* (flux)h means flux from hemispherical surface and (flux)c means flux from circular surface]

**Can flux pass through the flat base of a hemisphere?**

It’s only a simple problem in multivariable calculus.) However, there is a much easier way of getting the same result if you think a little creatively. All the flux that passes through the curved surface of the hemisphere also passes through the flat base.

## What is the electric flux of a sphere?

The Electric Flux (ψ) is the total amount, again integrated all the way round your sphere, 4πDr^2 (or, if you prefer, the TEF*ε).