magnetic scalar potential


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magnetic scalar potential

[mag′ned·ik ¦skāl·ər pə′ten·chəl]
(electromagnetism)
The work which must be done against a magnetic field to bring a magnetic pole of unit strength from a reference point (usually at infinity) to the point in question. Also known as magnetic potential.
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0] is the field due to source currents and can be easily computed by Biot-Savart-Laplace relation, and [phi] is reduced magnetic scalar potential.
where [phi] is the magnetic scalar potential and [rho] = [square root of ([y.
A recurring theme is the formulation of and algorithms for the problem of making branch cuts for computing magnetic scalar potentials and eddy currents.

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