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  1. Nonlinear Diffusion of Electromagnetic Fields: with Applications to Eddy Currents and Superconductivity (Electromagnetism)
  2. Electromagnetic Compatibility in Power Systems (Elsevier Series in Electromagnetism)
  3. Spacetime and Electromagnetism: An Essay on the Philosophy of the Special Theory of Relativity by J. R. Lucas, P. E. Hodgson, 1990-07-19
  4. Introduction to the Principles of Electromagnetism by Walter Hauser, 1971-09
  5. Advanced Electromagnetism and Vacuum Physics (World Scientific Series in Contemporary Chemical Physics, 21) by Patrick Cornille, 2003-09
  6. Applied Electromagnetism and Materials by André Moliton, 2006-12-18
  7. Fast Multipole Methods for the Helmholtz Equation in Three Dimensions (Elsevier Series in Electromagnetism) by Nail A Gumerov, Ramani Duraiswami, 2005-01-27
  8. Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Physical Principles and Applications (Electromagnetism) by Vadim Kuperman, 2000-03-03
  9. Characterization andMeasurement of Magnetic Materials (Electromagnetism) by Fausto Fiorillo, 2004-12-22
  10. Electromagnetism and Quantum Theory (Electrical Science) by Dale M. Grimes, 1970-02-13
  11. Collective Electrodynamics: Quantum Foundations of Electromagnetism by Carver A. Mead, 2002-08-07
  12. A manual of magnetism, including galvanism, magnetism, electromagnetism, electrodynamics, magnetelectricity, and thermoelectricity. With 180 original illustrations. by Michigan Historical Reprint Series, 2005-12-20
  13. Part B:Electromagnetism and Gravitation (2d Vol of 2 Vol Set) by C. Wang, 1979-09-01
  14. Principles of electricity and electromagnetism: By Gaylord P. Harnwell (International series in pure and applied physics) by Gaylord Probasco Harnwell, 1966

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Industrial Electromagnetism provides innovative techniques for solving a variety of electromagnetic problems and allows you to create, change, and optimize parametric mathematical models quickly and intuitively. This package is especially useful for the industry professional as a preliminary investigation tool to establish design parameters. The fields covered by Industrial Electromagnetism include electrostatics, magnetostatics, skin effect, electromagnetic waves, antennae, and waveguides. Mathematica 's symbolic and numeric computational environment combined with its impressive graphics capabilities gives this package the flexibility and power required by industry experts, yet detailed explanations in both online notebooks and the manual make this software easy to understand, even for the inexperienced user. Industrial Electromagnetism contains more than 80 functions and numerous executable examples. Each chapter in the manual contains a section introducing basic theoretical concepts needed for the calculations. Solutions to simple tutorial problems as well as complex real-life examples will give you the tools you need to solve your own electromagnetic problems. Step-by-step demonstrations and detailed explanations walk you through each problem, and you can expand the examples to fit your special applications. You don't have to be an expert to use

42. Assocampus
exercises, tests, utilitaries for physics of materials, electromagnetism, power electronics, power systems. (french and english languages)

43. Electromagnetism - Electric Fields And Magnetic Fields
Explore the basic properties of electromagnetic fields and electromagnetism or learn more about the detailed mathematical theories through these links.
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Categories References, Glossary (32) There are many things you would like to be able to remember for physics, in fact there are probably too many constants, formulas and conversions for you to remember them all. Here is a collection of links to tables of constants, glossaries, unit conversion, formulary and other reference information that is useful to physicists and students of physics. Worked Problems, Examples (91) Worked physics problems and examples, organized by topic. Get homework help for free. Thermodynamics (12) Thermodynamics is the field of physics that studies the properties of systems that have a temperature and involve the flow of energy from one place to another. Find out about the laws of thermodynamics, entropy, Maxwell's Demon and more. Quantum Physics (10) In the words of Niels Bohr "anybody who thinks they understand quantum physics is wrong." Quantum mechanics describes how the very small particles like electrons and atoms behave in ways contrary to most intuition.

44. Magnet University
Educational information on electromagnetism, permanent magnets, and the application of magnetic materials. The site is maintained by the company RareEarth Magnetics.
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45. Electromagnetism - Electricity Electrical And Magnetic Theories And Experiments
Explore the basic properties of electromagnetic fields and electromagnetism or learn more about the detailed mathematical theories.
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Electromagnetism - Electrical and Magnetic Theories and Phenomena
In the beginning, physics thought of electricity and magnetism as seperate phenomena. Physicists know now they are different aspects of the same electromagnetic field. Explore the basic properties of electromagnetic fields and electromagnetism or learn more about the detailed mathematical theories.
Recent Generating Electricity with Flowing Water A team led by Professor Daniel Kwok and Professor Larry Kostiuk from the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, has developed the first new way to generate electricity since 1839! Ampere's Law - Magnetism and Electric Currents Electric currents generate magnetic fields. Ampere's law relates the magnetic field to the current in nearby wires. Includes worked examples, showing the calculation of the magnetic field in- and out-side a current carrying wire.

46. Physics 30: Electromagnetism
Optional Unit VII electromagnetism B. electromagnetism. Key Concepts. Transfer an understanding of electromagnetism to practical applications.
Optional Unit VII: Electromagnetism B. Electromagnetism
Key Concepts
Oersted discovered that a magnetic field is created in the region of a current-carrying conductor. The direction of the magnetic field lines is dependent on the direction of current flow through a conductor. The magnetic field forms a series of concentric circles around a straight conductor. The strength of the magnetic field diminishes inversely as the radial distance from the conductor increases. At any given distance from the conductor, the strength of the magnetic field increases directly with the amount of current in the conductor. Ampere's Rule (right-hand rule) can be used to describe the direction of the magnetic field about a straight conductor. If the conductor is grasped with the right hand in such a way that the right thumb points in the direction of the current, the fingers wrap around the conductor in the direction of the magnetic field. (Some texts refer to the "right-hand rule". Avoid this convention to prevent unnecessary confusion.) The strength of a magnetic field around a conductor can be intensified by coiling the conductor into a loop. A large number of loops form a coil, or

47. Physics 30: Electromagnetism
Optional Unit VII electromagnetism. Unit Overview. The equipment. Perform a variety of activities to investigate electromagnetism.
Optional Unit VII: Electromagnetism
Unit Overview
The relationships between electricity and magnetism are the connecting theme in this Optional Unit. This unit can be used as an extension of Core Unit III . It can also be used to further support and enhance section C in Core Unit IV , which deals with nuclear reactors. The Motor Principle allows students to gain a deeper understanding of how electricity is produced, regardless of the type of energy that is being used to drive the generators.
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In this unit students will increase their abilities to: Explore the interrelationship between electricity and magnetism. Apply an understanding of concepts dealing with electricity and magnetism to common experiences and practical applications. Recognize the importance of safety when working with electrical equipment. Perform a variety of activities to investigate electromagnetism.

48. School Of Physics - Electromagnetism
An introductory (second year university) course on electromagnetism. All of the lecture notes are downloadable Mathematica notebook files.
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Of the four known forces in nature, the electromagnetic force is all-pervading, being effective at subatomic distances (the realm of the strong and weak nuclear forces, each being of extremely short range) and at astronomical distances (the realm where the gravitational force is significant). A proper study of electromagnetism is therefore central to physics, being an excellent example of the evolution of a physical theory from basic experiments to a mathematical formulation of great beauty and elegance.
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      Course Structure Electromagnetic Forces and Fields Laws of Electromagnetism
    Vector Analysis ( Chapter 1 Electrostatics ( Chapters 2.1-2.3, 3.1, 3.4 Magnetostatics ( Chapters 5.1-5.3 Electromagnetic Induction ( Chapter 7.2 Maxwell's Equations ( Chapter 7.3 Electromagnetic Waves in Vacuum ( Chapter 9.2
  • 49. Electrodynamics
    PS lecture notes from Cambridge. Topics include Maxwell's equations, electrostatics, relativity, relativistic electromagnetism, energymomentum tensor, quamtum effects, and Born-Infeld theory.

    50. Pico Technology: Electromagnetism - Experiments With A Bicycle Dynamo
    Pico Technology Application notes electromagnetism Experiments with a Bicycle Dynamo. electromagnetism - Experiments with a Bicycle Dynamo.
    Electromagnetism - Experiments with a Bicycle Dynamo
    This educational application note shows how the output of a bicycle dynamo can be displayed using a PC based oscilloscope. It assumes a basic knowledge of electromagnetic induction. Contents Equipment required :- Any bicycle dynamo should be suitable for these experiments. We used a bicycle dynamo with a pulley wheel, handle and bulb mounted on a demonstration stand. This was purchased from Griffin Education (part number XKE-650-J). Experiment setup The experiment was setup as shown in the photograph below. Experiment Results To test the setup, the handle on pulley was given a single turn. PicoScope oscilloscope software was set to single shot trigger to capture the results. Pre-trigger (20%) was used to show signals before and after the trigger event. The PicoScope screen shot shows the results: Questions 1. How long did the dynamo keep turning?

    51. Electricity And Magnetism
    An introductory course on electromagnetism with all lecture notes in HTML.
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    53. What Is The Electron Spin?
    The web based tutorial on electron properties, electromagnetism, and related topics.
    What is the electron spin?
    The electron spin is the electron’s
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    I n 1891, the Irish physicist, George Stoney, believed that electricity should have a fundamental unit. He called this unit the electron.
    The electron was discovered by J.J. Thomson in 1897.
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    54. MSci Electromagnetism : Lecture Notes
    Lecture Notes. The following notes (in PDF format) summarise the course. More detailed discussion of this material will be presented in the lectures.
    Lecture Notes
    The following notes (in PDF format) summarise the course. More detailed discussion of this material will be presented in the lectures. Lecture Notes 7 and 8 will be covered in one week.
    Lecture Notes 1
    : Historical background, vector calculus, Maxwell's equations, energy and momentum. Magnetic monopoles.
    Lecture Notes 2
    : Linear media, polarisation and magnetisation, Maxwell's equations in matter, boundary conditions, energy and momentum, the Clausius-Mossotti relation, solved problems.
    Lecture Notes 3
    : Plane waves, polarisation, dispersion, the Kramers-Kronig relations.
    Lecture Notes 4
    : Scalar and vector potentials, the inhomogeneous wave equation, the delta function, the Green function.
    Lecture Notes 5
    : Radiation from a generalised localised source, electric dipole radiation, magnetic dipole radiation and higher order terms, radiation from an antenna.
    Lecture Notes 6
    : Scattering, scattering from a small scatterer, many scatterers, scattering from the sky, the Born approximation, Rayleigh's explanation for the blue sky, critical opalescence, the optical theorem. Supplementary Notes
    Lecture Notes 7
    : Special relativity, four vectors, time dilation and the Lorentz-Fitzgerald contraction, the four-velocity, energy and momentum, covariant and contravariant vectors, tensors.

    55. Oersted, Hans (1777-1851) -- From Eric Weisstein's World Of Scientific Biography
    Short article about the discovery of electromagnetism.
    Branch of Science Physicists Nationality Danish
    Oersted, Hans (1777-1851)

    Danish physicist and philosopher who, in 1819, discovered the deflection of a compass needle while performing a demonstration for his students. This discovery of a fundamental connection between electricity and magnetism rocked the scientific community and led to a flurry of activity in electrodynamic research by such investigators as and Arago . After all, the magnetism produced by a current would generate a force. Forces are capable of producing motion, so motion could come about which would lead to a current While this is not a conservation law, it is a statement about the fundamental interconvertibility of natural phenomena. It it is often stated that Oersted's was completely accidental and spontaneous. That contention is, however, misleading. Oersted had studied Naturphilosophie under Schelling himself, and wholeheartedly adopted the view that nature is systematic and unified. (He also thought that the practice of science is a religion.) The fact that he should be seeking a connection between electricity and magnetism was motivated entirely because of his prior philosophical conviction that one must exist. After all, only someone looking to find a connection between

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    57. Electromagnetism
    behavior. electromagnetism in a key development for modern physics, electricity and magnetism were `unified into electromagnetism;
    Electric Charge
    • electricity = phenomenon involving electric charges
    • common examples are static electricity and lightening
    The existence of electricity , the phenomenon associated with stationary or moving electric charges, has been known since the Greeks discovered that amber, rubbed with fur, attracted light objects such as feathers. Ben Franklin proved the electrical nature of lightning (the famous key experiment) and also established the conventional use of negative and positive types of charges.
    • Coulomb quantifies amount of charge and discovers force law between charges
    • electrical force is similar to gravity in that it is inverse proportional to the square of the distance between charges
    • charges are assigned positive or negative values
    • like charges repel, opposites attract
    It was also known that certain materials blocked electric charge, called insulators, such as glass or cork. Other materials transfered electric charge with ease, called conductors, such as metal. By the 18th century, physicist Charles Coulomb defined the quantity of electricity later known as a coulomb, and determined the force law between electric charges, known as Coulomb's law. Coulomb's law is similar to the law of gravity in that the electrical force is inversely proportional to the distance of the charges squared, and proportional to the product of the charges. By the end of the 18th century, we had determined that electric charge could be stored in a conducting body if it is insulated from its surroundings. The first of these devices was the Leyden jar. consisted of a glass vial, partly filled with sheets of metal foil, the top of which was closed by a cork pierced with a wire or nail. To charge the jar, the exposed end of the wire is brought in contact with a friction device.

    58. Electrostatics 3D Educational Software.
    3D electromagnetism software for colleges and high schools for visualization of equipotential surfaces and field lines of many kinds of charges in addition with topographic and colored views
    Electrostatics software (electromagnetism software) for colleges and high schools for the visualization of equipotential surfaces and electric field lines in 2D, 3D and topographhic view and deals with many kinds of charges (point, linear, plane..conductive sphere, di electric)
    Equipotential Surfaces and field Lines
    By NIMA Software Group Chief programmer : Nima Bigdely New version 3.2 released Sorry, your browser doesn't support Java. Equipotential Surfaces is a software that shows electric potential and field lines for many kind of charges. It has been created to help students visualize electrostatics. It's useful for both high school and college students . For more electromagnetism images Click Here Software features :
    • Dealing with many kinds of charges : Point , Linear and page charges with limited or unlimited length , Conductive spheres and Di Electric boundaries Accurate calculations . It finds potential by REAL mathematical integration (not inaccurate numerical calculation of integrals) Helps your imagination by Colored electric potentials Colored E field values and individual charge E vectors Drawing the route of a projectile charge influenced by other charges Topographical and colored view of potential and E field value
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    59. Electromagnetism
    electromagnetism Magnetism and electricity are not separate phenomena; they are the related manifestations of an underlying electromagnetic force.
    Electromagnetism Magnetism and electricity are not separate phenomena; they are the related manifestations of an underlying electromagnetic force. Experiments in the early 19th century by, among others, Hans Orsted (in Denmark), Andr-Marie Ampre (in France), and Michael Faraday (in England) revealed the intimate connection between electricity and magnetism and how the one can give rise to the other. The results of these experiments were synthesized in the 1850s by the Scottish physicist James Clerk Maxwell in his electromagnetic theory. Maxwell's theory predicted the existence of electromagnetic wavesundulations in intertwined electric and magnetic fields, traveling with the velocity of light.

    60. James Clerk Maxwell
    The Scottish physicist James Clerk Maxwell (18311879) did revolutionary work in electromagnetism and the kinetic theory of gases.
    James Clerk Maxwell
    The Scottish physicist James Clerk Maxwell, b. Nov. 13, 1831, d. Nov. 5, 1879, did revolutionary work in electromagnetism and the kinetic theory of gases. After graduating (1854) with a degree in mathematics from Trinity College, Cambridge, he held professorships at Marischal College in Aberdeen (1856) and King's College in London (1860) and became the first Cavendish Professor of Physics at Cambridge in 1871. Maxwell's most important achievement was his extension and mathematical formulation of Michael Faraday's theories of electricity and magnetic lines of force. In his research, conducted between 1864 and 1873, Maxwell showed that a few relatively simple mathematical equations could express the behavior of electric and magnetic fields and their interrelated nature; that is, an oscillating electric charge produces an electromagnetic field. These four partial differential equations first appeared in fully developed form in Electricity and Magnetism (1873). Since known as Maxwell's equations they are one of the great achievements of 19th-century physics. Maxwell also calculated that the speed of propagation of an electromagnetic field is approximately that of the speed of light. He proposed that the phenomenon of light is therefore an electromagnetic phenomenon. Because charges can oscillate with any frequency, Maxwell concluded that visible light forms only a small part of the entire spectrum of possible electromagnetic radiation.

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