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Tutorial on Maxwell's Equations: Part 2

Authored on: Jan 2, 2013 by Kenneth Puglia

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James Clerk Maxwell (1831-1879), a Scottish physicist and mathematician, produced a mathematically and scientifically definitive work which unified the subjects of electricity and magnetism and established the foundation for the study of electromagnetics. Part 2 explores Maxwell's equations for static and dynamic fields.
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RF Parrot Posted Jan 31, 2013

Thanks for this.... quiet on time memories.....very nice to go back to basics.....exelent....... E Muñoz CVI Telco SAS/LLC

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Wittelsbach Posted Feb 6, 2013

Thank you very much; I'm very pleased you enjoyed the article. As I grow older, I have come to a greater appreciation of the pioneering work of the 'masters'. Thank you again and kind regards, Ken

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Charles793 Posted Feb 18, 2013

What happened to Section 3.0 - Some Vector Calculus?

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Charles793 Posted Feb 18, 2013

I found it - It was in Part 1.

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