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Electrostatic stress: insightful analysis and manipulation of Maxwell's stress equation for electrostatics
  • Timothy M. Minteer
  • Physics
  • IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical…
  • 20 February 2014
Maxwell's stress equation for electrostatics identifies a tensile stress in the direction of the electric field and a pressure normal to this direction. For an isolated, spherically symmetric staticExpand
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The many capacitance terms of two parallel discs in free space
Capacitance is defined for electrostatics as the ratio of charge to voltage. Even for the simple case of two parallel discs in free space, there are over 25 associated capacitance terms identified inExpand
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Nonequivalence of the magnetostatic potential energy corresponding to the Ampère and Grassmann current element force formulas
The equivalence of the Amp?re and Grassmann (Biot?Savart/Lorentz) current element force formulas is well established. However, when the magnetostatic potential energy corresponding to these forceExpand
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Modeling the Interaction of Electrodynamic Fields to Circuit Elements
ABSTRACT Curriculum typically addresses classical electrodynamic field theory and circuit analysis (with resistors, capacitors, and inductors) separately. As such, there exists a gap relating theExpand
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Systèmes et procédés d'isolement d'un signal analogique
Selon l'invention, un equivalent lineaire precis d'un signal analogique peut etre produit aux bornes d'une barriere d'isolement, par excitation d'un enroulement primaire de transformateur, a l'aideExpand
A boson interaction model for electrostatic stresses
Maxwell's stress equation for electrostatics identifies a tensile stress in the direction of the electric field and a pressure normal to this direction. For an isolated, spherically symmetric staticExpand
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Magnetostatic Stress: Insightful Analysis and Manipulation of Maxwell's Stress Equation for Magnetostatics
Maxwell's stress equation for magnetostatics identifies a tensile stress in the direction of the magnetic field and a pressure normal to this direction. For an isolated, differential current element,Expand
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A magnetic vector potential corresponding to a centrally conservative current element force
The magnetic vector potential (Coulomb gauge) is commonly introduced in magnetostatic chapters of electromagnetism textbooks. However, what is not typically presented are the infinite subsets of theExpand
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A pictorial view of the relationship between magnetic flux and the inductance terms of two coaxial current loops in free space
Inductance is defined for magnetostatics as the ratio of magnetic flux to current. This work provides a pictorial view of the relationship between the magnetic flux and the inductance termsExpand
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