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A New Insight for Faraday’s Law

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The origin for one of the fundamental laws of electromagnetism, namely Faraday’s law is explained for the first time on the basis of the presence of strings in the form of a compact liquid. The rate of change of the magnetic field produces a pressure gradient in the medium giving rise to the fluid flow. According to fluid dynamics, the stress and the gradient of strain are originated in the space which creates vibrations in the system and is related with the electric field. The details of the mechanism which produces a circular motion of the electric field, XE, are also addressed.

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Joshi, N. (2014) A New Insight for Faraday’s Law. World Journal of Mechanics, 4, 309-314. doi: 10.4236/wjm.2014.411031.

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