A Second-Order Eigen Theory for Static Electromagnetic Fields
Shaohua Guo
DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2010.12015   PDF    HTML     6,090 Downloads   10,262 Views   Citations


The static electromagnetic fields are studied here based on the standard spaces of the physical presentation, and the modal equations of static electromagnetic fields for anisotropic media are deduced. By introducing a set of new potential functions of order 2, several novel theoretical results were obtained: The classical potential functions of order 1 can be expressed by the new potential functions of order 2, the electric or magnetic potentials are scalar for isotropic media, and vector for anisotropic media. The amplitude and direction of the vector potentials are related to the anisotropic subspaces. Based on these results, we discuss the laws of static electromagnetic fields for anisotropic media.

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S. Guo, "A Second-Order Eigen Theory for Static Electromagnetic Fields," Journal of Modern Physics, Vol. 1 No. 2, 2010, pp. 100-107. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2010.12015.

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