Maxwell equations


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Maxwell equations

[′mak‚swel i‚kwā·zhənz]
(electromagnetism)
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SCHOTZAU, Preconditioners for the discretized time-harmonic Maxwell equations in mixed form, Technical Report TR-2006-O1, Department of Computer Science, The University of British Columbia, 2006.
These transformations, known as gauge transformations of the first kind, leave invariant the Maxwell equations and the norm of the wave function of the particle of interest as well.
PRAETORIUS, Combining micromagnetism and magnetostatic Maxwell equations for multiscale magnetic simulation, J.
Therefore the purpose of the present article is to derive a consistent description of Maxwell equations in Q-space.
Therefore, we search a solution of Maxwell equations by introducing the vector electric field by following form
Consequences of the duality invariance of the homogeneous Maxwell equations together a regular charge-monopole theory are discussed in the sixth section.
Hence, Maxwell equations are found to be invariant under these new transformations.
This section argues that polarization distortions of the PV by free charge are responsible for the Maxwell equations and, by inference, the Lorentz transformation.
It has been known for quite long time that the electrodynamics of Maxwell equations can be extended and generalized further into Proca equations.
This analysis is an allegory for the development of 20th century physics, but where the Lorentz covariant Maxwell equations were constructed first, and the Galilean form was later constructed by Hertz, but ignored.
ij] which in the first order approximation gives the field equations coinciding with Maxwell equations.
whether gravitation pulling force have the same properties just as electromagnetic field is described by Maxwell equations.