Magnetostatic Field


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Magnetostatic Field

 

the magnetic field generated by permanent magnets (fixed magnetic charges) and direct electric currents. Formulas analogous to the formulas of electrostatics are used in electrical engineering to calculate magnetostatic fields.

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