Electromagnetic Field Theory
Electromagnetic Field Theory EEL 6486C
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Constants mo 91 X 10 31 kg q 16 X 1019 c c 2997925 x 108 ms N0 60 X 1023 mole s o 8854 x 103912 Fm pa 41 x 10397 Hm Vector Identities VltP 4 W W VAB VuA VuB VXABVXAVXB V ltP 4M PW VpA A IVq pVA vAx B BVXA AVXB VX AV XA VXA v x Ax B AV B BvA B VA A VB vv v24 v x W 0 VXVXA VV A V2A VAB A VB BVA AXVX B BXVXA ABXC BAXCCAXB A x B x c BAC CAB J39s V X A d8 IL A dL Stoke s Theorem J39V VA dV Is A dS Divergence Theorem Circuit Eguations IC C dVdt vc 1c Ii dt vo 1L 1L Iv dt 10 V L didt V I R Ohm s Law Eg uatio ns Ehv C7LV FqEva Fq1q241E8R E FAq Fa m EWCW EWLF PExH PAVG 12 ReE x H rn U 4sz DoEdV U 12IVBoHdV I J0E JpvP VJ6p6t D8E D80EP PsoxE 2 1 LZEdL EV CQ 2 1 BuH L1I IsBodS nxE1 E20 nxH1 H2Js nD1 D2ps nBl Bz0 Photon energy EM Dispersion Lorentz Force Law Coulomb s Law E field de nition Force vs Potential Energy stored in C Energy stored in L Poynting Vector Poynting Vector phasors Ohm s Law Convection Current Displacement vector Polarization Electric susceptibility Electrostatic potential Capacitance definition Magnetic ux density Inductance bc on tan E bc on tan H bc on normal D bc on normal B
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