Introduction to electrodynamics
Features a clear, accessible treatment of the fundamentals of electromagnetic theory. Its lean and focused approach employs numerous examples and problems.
Carefully discusses subtle or difficult points. Contains numerous, relevant problems within the book in addition to end of each chapter problems and answers.
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We could as well write da = — dy dz i, but then we would be obliged to go
clockwise.) Since x = 0 for this surface, (V X v)-da Jo Jo 4z2 dy dz = $ Now, what
about the line integral? We must break this up into four segments: (i) x = 0,y:0-> 1;
[This is tough, so I'll give you a start: 1 B, S-kR3 BdT Write B as (V X A), and apply
Problem 1.61(b). Now put in (5.57), and do the surface integral first, showing that
1 4 — da. = — xr *. 3 (see Fig. 5.58).] (b) Show that the average magnetic field ...
Write A' = A + a and V = V + /3 Since the two A's give the same B, their curls must
be equal (7.63), and hence V Xa = 0 We can therefore write a as the gradient of
some scalar: a = VX The two potentials also give the same E, so (7.64) requires ...
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