magnetic vector potential


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magnetic vector potential

[mag′ned·ik ¦vek·tər pə‚ten·chəl]
(electromagnetism)
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rho]]) and a magnetic vector potential A = (0,0, A).
HENNEBERGER, Calculation of 3D eddy current fields using both electric and magnetic vector potential in conducting regions, IEEE Trans.
PREIS, On the use of the magnetic vector potential in the finite element analysis of the three-dimensional eddy currents, IEEE Trans.
MORISUE, Magnetic vector potential and electric scalar potential in three-dimensional eddy current problem, IEEE Trans.
4) Interpreting the above results along these lines means that where the line integrals of the magnetic vector potential along a closed path for the left and right sides of the body overlap, the macroscopic wave function will be a superposition of the contributions from both sides of the body; this is where the water to be measured is placed.
Electromagnetic and magnetic vector potential bioinformation and water.
2) These opposite magnetic vector potentials produce the phase difference between the coherence propagating along the two paths.
with A and [phi] standing for the magnetic vector potential and the electrostatic potential in three-space,
The theoretical rationale used here was that subtle domain substance interacts with D-space substance via a process that manifests a magnetic vector potential contribution, [DELTA][bar.
R]) can be called a magnetic vector potential contribution (because of the non-Abelian aspects).
3D-Magnetodynamic analysis and 3D-Transient Magnetic Analysis without massive conductors for harmonic current sources is now supported in NISA/EMAG using the magnetic vector potential and electric scalar potential approach.
The magnetic vector potential consists of only one component in direction of the azimuth