When a flux passes through a particular material, there has to be a specific force that guides it in a correct manner. Denoted by m.m.f, this magnetomotive force is a specific power that has the tendency to drive this flux via a magnetic circuit and ensure that while passing it corresponds to electromotive force within that circuit. It can also be stated as a quantitative summation of all magnetizing forces within a specified circuit.
Associated with this magnetomotive force is magnetic field strength that implies one of the processes in which a magnetic field’s intensity is expressed. When magnetomotive force is calculated on per meter length in regards to a magnetic circuit, it is termed ideally as magnetic field strength.