# Review of Born-Infeld electrodynamics

@inproceedings{Alam2021ReviewOB, title={Review of Born-Infeld electrodynamics}, author={Y. F. Alam and Adolf Behne}, year={2021} }

Born–Infeld electrodynamics is motivated by the infinite self-energy of the point charge in Maxwell electrodynamics. In bi electrodynamics, an upper bound b is imposed on the electric field, thus limiting the self-energy of the point charge. This is a review paper in which we motivate the bi Lagrangian and from it derive the field equations. We find the stress–energy tensor in bi. We calculate the potential due to the point charge in bi. We find order b−2 wave solutions to bi in 1+1 dimensions…

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