Revision of Maxwell Equations

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Hon Tat Hui Revision of Maxwell’s Equations NUS/ECE EE4101 1 National University of Singapore Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering EE4101 RF COMMUNICATIONS First Semester, 2011/12 Dr. Hon Tat Hui
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Hon Tat Hui Revision of Maxwell’s Equations NUS/ECE EE4101 2 Revision of Maxwell’s Equations 1.1 Helmholtz’s Theorem A vector field (vector function) is uniquely determined if its divergence and curl are specified everywhere and its boundary conditions are known. 1 Introduction 1.2 Maxwell’s equations state the divergences and curls of the electric and magnetic fields. When appropriate boundary conditions are also known, the electric and magnetic fields are uniquely determined from Maxwell’s equations.
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Hon Tat Hui Revision of Maxwell’s Equations NUS/ECE EE4101 3 2 Maxwell’s equations 0 = = + = × = × B D D J H B - E ρ t t E ( V/m ) electric field intensity D ( C/m 2 ) electric flux density B ( T ) magnetic flux density H ( A/m ) magnetic field intensity J ( A/m 2 ) electric current density ( C/m 3 ) electric charge density
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This note was uploaded on 10/21/2011 for the course EE 4101 taught by Professor Yeotatsoon during the Spring '11 term at National University of Singapore.

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