Chapter 3 - Magnetostatic Fields - E E 330: Engineering...

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E E 330: Engineering Electromagnetics Chapter 03: Magnetostatic Fields Sven G. Bilén Communications and Space Sciences Lab Department of Electrical Engineering The Pennsylvania State University University Park, PA 16802
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E E 330: Engineering Electromagnetics 2 Electrical Currents §3.1 Benjamin Franklin (1706–1790), American, leading author, politician, printer, scientist, philosopher, publisher, inventor, civic activist, and diplomat
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E E 330: Engineering Electromagnetics 3 Ohm’s Law Georg Simon Ohm, (1789–1854), German physicist
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E E 330: Engineering Electromagnetics 4 Ohm’s Law Example
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E E 330: Engineering Electromagnetics 5 Joule Heating James Prescott Joule (1818–1889), English physicist
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E E 330: Engineering Electromagnetics 6 Joule Heating Example
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E E 330: Engineering Electromagnetics 7 Fundamentals of Magnetic Fields §3.2 Hans Christian Ørsted (1777–1851), Danish physicist and chemist
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E E 330: Engineering Electromagnetics 8 Gauss’s Law
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E E 330: Engineering Electromagnetics 9 Ampère’s Law André–Marie Ampère (1775–1836), French physicist
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E E 330: Engineering Electromagnetics 10 Ampère’s Law (cont.)
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E E 330: Engineering Electromagnetics 11 Ampère’s Law Example
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E E 330: Engineering Electromagnetics 12 Coaxial Cable Example
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E E 330: Engineering Electromagnetics 13 Coaxial Cable Example (cont.)
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E E 330: Engineering Electromagnetics 14 Solenoid Example
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E E 330: Engineering Electromagnetics 15 Solenoid Example (cont.)
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E E 330: Engineering Electromagnetics 16 Magnetic Vector Potential §3.3
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E E 330: Engineering Electromagnetics 17 Magnetic Vector Potential
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E E 330: Engineering Electromagnetics 18 Vector Potential Example
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E E 330: Engineering Electromagnetics 19 Vector Potential Example (cont.)
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This note was uploaded on 10/01/2008 for the course EE 330 taught by Professor Tofighimohammad- during the Spring '08 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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