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**magnetic**field H , is normal to the boundary surface , independent of the direction of H ( barring the exceptional case of H exactly parallel to the interface ) . The boundary condition on H at the surface of a very highpermeability ...Page 314

A useful parameter to distinguish between situations in which diffusion of the field lines relative to the fluid occurs and those in which the lines of force are frozen in is the

A useful parameter to distinguish between situations in which diffusion of the field lines relative to the fluid occurs and those in which the lines of force are frozen in is the

**magnetic**Reynolds number Rm . If V is a velocity typical ...Page 414

In this frame the electric and

In this frame the electric and

**magnetic**fields are E , " = 0 , n ' E , " = " E = E - SE B. “ = v ( 1 v ( B - " * E ) - ( 12.101 ) B , " = 0 , = 0 Thus in the system K " the particle is acted on by a purely electrostatic field which ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

References and suggested reading | 23 |

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