magnetic vector potential


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magnetic vector potential

[mag′ned·ik ¦vek·tər pə‚ten·chəl]
(electromagnetism)
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l] is the projection of the magnetic vector potential on the direction of traversal of the contour; V is the volume of the inductor.
Depending on Faraday's law and substituting the magnetic vector potential A and electric scalar potential 7in Eq.
5] and the magnetic vector potential finite at y = +[infinity], the general solution of (1) can be expressed as
This formula can be used to obtain the magnetic vector potential distribution, magnetic field density and current density:
The eddy current in the armature could also be computed in a weak form by a backward time derivative of the average value of the magnetic vector potential obtained by the magnetostatic computation, under the condition of applying a small time step.
The coupling of the FE and BIE formulations is done by expressing the continuities of the magnetic vector potential and of the tangential component of the magnetic field on the airgap interfaces.
r'] is the z-directional Green's function excited by the z-directed source in terms of a magnetic vector potential A.
In this term is included the magnetic vector potential A.
This means using magnetic vector potential in [[OMEGA].
The electric field is obtained from the magnetic vector potential [[vector].
Magnetic flux density in w-coordinates will be evaluated as a derivative of the magnetic vector potential W(w)