harmonic fields

harmonic fields

[här′män·ik ′fēlz]
(electromagnetism)
The sinusoidal Fourier components of a magnetic or other field confined to a finite region of space; their half-wavelengths are integral divisors of the length of the space in which the field is confined.
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Early chapters review fundamentals of EM, such as MaxwellAEs equations, time harmonic fields, and wave equations.
for time harmonic fields and sources with a suppressed time factor [e.sup.j[omega]t] dependent on the angular frequency [omega].
There are two computational loops for the calculations of the fundamental and second harmonic fields in the FDTD program.
Harmonic Fields, by French composer Pierre Sauvageot, is billed as "a spectacular outdoor musical experience".
In reality the stator winding distribution is no ideal, meaning the higher harmonic fields are set up in the air gap that is field with sets of poles which are an odd multiple of the number of poles set up by the fundamental component.
"Debussy's Piano Music and Harmonic Fields," lecture-recital with Allen and Madeleine Forte, 10 a.m.
It includes uniform waves, time harmonic fields, polarization, the Poynting theorem and nonelectromagnetic waves and problems.
Allen Forte, Yale University music theorist, and pianist Madeleine Forte will discuss "DeBussy's Piano Music and Harmonic Fields." Room 198, Music.
According to the fundamental wave field and the secondorder harmonic field analysis, it can be found that a significant interaction of light with the perforated gold film is the strong enhancement of localized field amplitude due to the SP resonance effect.