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study of the electromagnetic fields generated by a finite grounded wire source

J.R Alfonso-Roche

study of the electromagnetic fields generated by a finite grounded wire source

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    Thesis (M.Sc.), Dept. of Physics, University of Toronto

    ContributionsWest, G.F. (supervisor)
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    Open LibraryOL19156575M

    Electromagnetic Field Theory is the comprehensive study of characteristics of electric, magnetic and combined fields. This book has been designed for the undergraduate students taking a paper on the subject. The book aims and thereby has been written in a very simple and easy-to-understand manner. The text, written in a highly pedagogical manner, prepares the student forclassroom, university /5(2). Jianming Jin. ECE Professor Jianming Jin’s new book, Theory and Computation of Electromagnetic Fields, was recently published by Wiley-IEEE Press.. The book is geared toward graduate courses on electromagnetic theory and computational electromagnetics. It is already being used for ECE Electromagnetic Waves and Radiating Systems and ECE Computational Electromagnetics. a property of acoil of conducting wire and the magnetic field through which it passes. It is determined by the number of turns of said coil and the flux of the magnetic field Describe the production of an induced emf by a time changing magnetic flux.   Φ=N2B1A= 0 1 2 1N N AI l The mutual inductance of the second wire with respect to the first is 0 1 22 21 1 N N A M I l Now, the flux linking the second wire when a current I2 flows in the first wire is Φ1=N1B2A, where B2=μ0N2I2/l is the associated magnetic field generated in the core.

    Finite element and boundary element analysis of electromagnetic NDE phenomena by Shridhar Nath A Dissertation Submitted to the Graduate Faculty in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY Department: Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering Major: Electrical Engineering (Electromagnetics) Approved.


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