Amperes law, Physics

Ampere's law, modified form:

The line integral of the magnetic field about a closed curve is proportional to the total of two terms: first one, the algebraic total of electric currents passing through that closed curve; and second one, the instant time rate of change of the electric flux by a surface limited by that closed curve; in differential form,

curl H = J + dD/dt,

where d/dt revel partial differentiation.

Additionally to defining electromagnetism, his equations also predict which waves can propagate by the electromagnetic field, and always would propagate at the similar speed these are electromagnetic waves; the speed can be determined by calculating (epsilon0 mu0)-1/2, which is c, the speed of light within vacuum.

Posted Date: 3/28/2013 6:19:17 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Amperes law, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Amperes law, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Amperes law Discussions

Write discussion on Amperes law
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
2 liters of water at 80 celsius is found into a plastic bucket containing 10 liters of water at 20 celsius what is the final temp of the mixture. specific capacity of water is 1 c

define varigonon law


Con you describe harmonics? How are stationary waves formed in a closed pipe? Illustrate the various modes of vibrations in a closed pipe and establish the relation between their f

A crown glass prism has refractive indices 1.575 and 1.585 for blue and red colours. Determine its dispersive power. What are the basic conditions for a pair of thin prisms to p

Atoms are particles of elements, substances that could not break down further. In examining atomic structure through, we have to clarify this statement. An atom cannot be broken do

An air dielectric is changed with a glass dielectric inside a capacitor of fixed dimensions.  Relatively speaking, what will occur to the quantity of charge the capacitor can

tell me about the terms of temporal coharence

Which of the subsequent represent the two kinds of basic (single-concept) electric potential problems?

#what are the condition necessary for heat transfer to occur?