## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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... for the calculation of fields which possess a high degree of symmetry. From Eq.

(9.2) it is evident that the induction due to a closed circuit can be written – “ss-rail

B = #(and) X di Let us now introduce the vector notation

... for the calculation of fields which possess a high degree of symmetry. From Eq.

(9.2) it is evident that the induction due to a closed circuit can be written – “ss-rail

B = #(and) X di Let us now introduce the vector notation

**curl**v, which is defined ...Page 314

and magnetic induction at any point which forms the basis for the discussion of

the induction of currents in continuous media. The differential equations for the ...

**curl**. E. = –%. (10.3) Ót - This is the differential equation relating the electric fieldand magnetic induction at any point which forms the basis for the discussion of

the induction of currents in continuous media. The differential equations for the ...

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That is, the complete equation for

simplified Eq. (16.3). Assuming that the medium is homogeneous and isotropic

so that the conduction-current density i, can be written as a E, where the ...

That is, the complete equation for

**curl**H [Eq. (10.7)] must be used instead of thesimplified Eq. (16.3). Assuming that the medium is homogeneous and isotropic

so that the conduction-current density i, can be written as a E, where the ...

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