Chapter 7: Maxwells Equations
Assemble all the important basic equations from Chapters 3 and 6.
Gauss Law for electricity
d s q
d s 0
Gauss Law for magnetism
Faradays Law of induction
Amperes Law (incomplete)
Chapter 6: Magnetostatic Field
Time varying magnetic field means the magnitude and direction of the field are changing with
The field may reduce or increase in magnitude, or its vector direction may change.
An example of time varying magnetic field
Why Study Electromagnetic fields?
Since the mid-twentieth century, electricity has been an essential part of our lives.
Electricity powers our appliances, office equipment, and countless other devices that
we use to make life safer