The classical electromagnetic equations expressed as complex four-dimensional quantities

@article{Bounder1957TheCE,
  title={The classical electromagnetic equations expressed as complex four-dimensional quantities},
  author={E. F. Bounder},
  journal={Journal of The Franklin Institute-engineering and Applied Mathematics},
  year={1957},
  volume={263},
  pages={213-223}
}
  • E. F. Bounder
  • Published 1957
  • Mathematics
  • Journal of The Franklin Institute-engineering and Applied Mathematics
  • Abstract It is possible to compress the classical electromagnetic equations into three complex, four-dimensional quantities Ω′, T′, and ψ ′. These quantities represent in order electromagnetic fields, currents and charges, and vector and scalar potentials. In addition to the four-dimensional quantities, a complex vector Q ′ = a E + jb B is introduced, where E = electric fieldstrength , B = magnetic induction, j = √−1 , and a and b are real or pure imaginary constants. The components of Q… CONTINUE READING
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