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field equation

An equation describing the behavior of a field, derived from the law governing how the associated physical agency varies in space and time. See also relativity, general theory.
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He explains the action approach, including its relation to Maxwell's equation and Dirac fields, then examines continuous symmetries and conservation laws, magnetostatics, multivalued fields in superfluids and superconductors, magnetic monopoles, electric charge confinement, multivalued mapping from ideal crystals to crystals with defects, defect melting, relativistic mechanics in curvilinear coordinates, torsion and curvature from defects and embedding, mutivalued mapping, field equations of gravitation, fields of integer spin, particles with half-integer spins, covariant conservation gravitation of spinning matter as a gauge theory, evanescent properties of torsion in gravity, the teleparallel theory of gravitation embedding, and emerging gravity.
1, the striation thickness distribution shall be calculated here without any assumption concerning the residence time distribution in the mixer using the methods of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) where the flow field equations will be solved directly.
Bosma[2,3] proposed a circulator theory and undertook the solution of complex field equations to explain circulator action.
Written in condensed form as G=8[pi]T, the 10 field equations expressing the general theory of relativity look simple enough.
The first static solution to the field equations of general relativity was found that same year describing the gravitational influence of an idealised, infinite density point mass on asymptotically flat space [4].
In EPA, the equations of this problem can be derived from electrical field equations [20] in (5).
We examine three examples where the hierarchical structure of field equations is briefly outlined.
The system of corona field equations frequently is reduced to Poisson equation and the equation for charge density [2].
This graduate level physics textbook develops methods for the solution of electric potential problems, Maxwell's electrodynamic field equations, the principles of relativity, and electromagnetic theory.
Searching for solutions to Einstein gravitational field equations by proceeding from physical considerations to describe gravitational radiations.

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