RES.6-001 | Spring 2008 |
Electromagnetic Fields and Energy

Chapter 10

Chapter 10: Magnetoquasistatic relaxation and diffusion (PDF)

10.0 Introduction 
10.1 Magnetoquasistatic electric fields in systems of perfect conductors 
10.2 Nature of fields induced in finite conductors 
10.3 Diffusion of axial magnetic fields through thin conductors 
10.4 Diffusion of transverse magnetic fields through thin conductors

  • Response to a step in applied field

10.5 Magnetic diffusion laws

  • Physical interpretation

10.6 Magnetic diffusion transient response

  • Product solutions to the one-dimensional diffusion equation

10.7 Skin effect 
10.8 Summary

DEMONSTRATION TOPICS VIDEOS - 
SHORT FORM
VIDEOS - 
LONG FORM
10.0.1: Nonuniqueness of voltage in a magnetoquasistatic (MQS) system Chapter 10.0.1: Non Uniqueness of Voltage in a Magnetoquasistatic System (demo only) Chapter 10.0.1: Non Uniqueness of Voltage in a Magnetoquasistatic System
10.2.1: Edgerton’s boomer Chapter 10.2.1: Edgerton’s Boomer (demo only) Chapter 10.2.1: Edgerton’s Boomer
10.4.1: Currents induced in a conducting shell Chapter 10.4.1: Currents Induced in a Conducting Shell (demo only) Chapter 10.4.1: Currents Induced in a Conducting Shell
10.7.1: Skin effect Chapter 10.7.1: Skin Effect (demo only) Chapter 10.7.1: Skin Effect

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