Maxwell's law

Maxwell's law

[′mak‚swelz ′lȯ]
(electromagnetism)
A movable portion of a circuit will always move in such a direction as to give maximum magnetic flux linkages through the circuit.
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Maxwell's law and a model to calculate the permeability coefficient of a biphasic system with lamellar morphology were used to describe the transport properties of the TPU/EVOH blends.
The experimental permeability values were compared with those obtained from Maxwell's law (Eq.
where [P.sub.b,M], [P.sub.c], and [P.sub.d] are the permeabilities of the blend as calculated by Maxwell's law (Eq.
[P.sub.b], [P.sub.b,M], [P.sub.b,L], and [P.sub.TPU] are the experimental permeability coefficient of the blend, the permeability coefficient of the blend calculated using Maxwell's law, the permeability coefficient of the blend calculated using the model used to calculate the permeability coefficient of the biphasic system with the lamellar morphology, and the permeability coefficient of pure TPU, respectively.
This book is a well-written, extremely well-illustrated work on Maxwell's laws and their application to practical problems.