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By Vladimir V. Mitin, Dmitry I. Sementsov

ISBN-10: 1498776299

ISBN-13: 9781498776295

Modern know-how is swiftly constructing and as a result destiny engineers have to collect complex wisdom in technology and expertise, together with electromagnetic phenomena. This booklet is a modern textual content of a one-semester direction for junior electric engineering scholars. It covers a huge spectrum of electromagnetic phenomena equivalent to, floor waves, plasmas, photonic crystals, unfavorable refraction in addition to similar fabrics together with superconductors. additionally, the textual content brings jointly electromagnetism and optics because the majority of texts speak about electromagnetism disconnected from optics. against this, during this e-book either are mentioned. Seven labs were constructed to accompany the fabric of the booklet.

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The magnitude of the interaction force is directly proportional to the current in each conductor and inversely proportional to the distance between them. Moreover, positive and negative charges are uniformly distributed in the conductor. Therefore, the net electric force between the conductors is zero, and in the absence of current, the conductors do not interact with each other. However, in the presence of current, that is, orderly movement of charge carriers, the conductors interact and therefore, this interaction is magnetic.

11) ΔΦE=E⋅nΔA=EΔA cos α. 39) For an elementary vector surface dA=ndA, this relation is given as dΦE=E⋅dA. 11 The calculation of flux of the electric field E through surface A. The total flux of the electric field through surface A is calculated as an integral over the whole surface ΦE=∫(A)E⋅dA. 40) Consider a positive point charge q inside an arbitrary closed surface A. 39 becomes dΦE=qdΩ4πε0. 41) Integration over the whole surface surrounding the charge, that is, within the solid angle from 0 to 4π, gives ΦE=4πkeq=qε0.

The charge inside the cylinder is q = λ l. 42), ΦE=E2πrl=λlε0. Consequently, the magnitude of the electric field generated by an infinite uniformly charged line at a distance of r is E=λ2πrε0. 46) where φ is the electric potential and dφ = φ2−φ1. This expression relates the electric potential φ and the electric field vector: E⋅dl=Exdx+Eydy+Ezdz=−dφ. 47) The following three scalar equations are obtained from this equation: Ex=−∂φ∂x, Ey=−∂φ∂y, Ez=−∂φ∂z. 48) Thus, vector E=iEx+jEy+kEz is given by E=−(i∂φ∂x+j∂φ∂y+k∂φ∂z).

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