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The effects are both electromagnetic and mechanical. We first consider the

electromagnetic effects. We will see that, depending on the conductivity, quite

different behaviors of the fields occur. The time dependence of the

can be ...

The effects are both electromagnetic and mechanical. We first consider the

electromagnetic effects. We will see that, depending on the conductivity, quite

different behaviors of the fields occur. The time dependence of the

**magnetic field**can be ...

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induction in the as direction. This

transverse electric field E, as B — 1. Even at nonrelativistic velocities where y o 1,

this magnetic induction is equivalent to B ~4 V × { (11.119) c ro which is just the ...

induction in the as direction. This

**magnetic field**becomes almost equal to thetransverse electric field E, as B — 1. Even at nonrelativistic velocities where y o 1,

this magnetic induction is equivalent to B ~4 V × { (11.119) c ro which is just the ...

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A possible configuration is a toroidal tube with a strong axial field supplied by

solenoidal windings around the torus. ... These motions, caused by electric fields

or by the gradient or curvature of the

A possible configuration is a toroidal tube with a strong axial field supplied by

solenoidal windings around the torus. ... These motions, caused by electric fields

or by the gradient or curvature of the

**magnetic field**, arise because of the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

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