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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Examples of this question in problems of linear control theory and in electrostatic and magnetostatic fields may be pointed out.
Following introductions to fundamental units and prefixes, electrical sources and fundamental quantities, sinusoidal waves, and complex numbers, his 11 chapters cover vectors and fields, basic laws of electromagnetics, uniform plane waves, transmission lines, modified Maxwell's equations and potential functions, source in infinite space, electrostatic fields, magnetostatic fields, waveguides and cavity resonators, and numerical techniques.

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