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Nonlinear electromagnetic systems

International ISEM Symposium on Nonlinear Electromagnetic Systems (1995 Cardiff, Wales)

Nonlinear electromagnetic systems

proceedings of the International ISEM Symposium on Nonlinear Electromagnetic Systems, Cardiff, Wales, UK, 17-20 September, 1995

by International ISEM Symposium on Nonlinear Electromagnetic Systems (1995 Cardiff, Wales)

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Published by IOS Press, Ohmsha in Amsterdam, Washington, DC, Tokyo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Electromagnetic fields -- Congresses,
  • Electromagnetism -- Congresses.,
  • Nonlinear theories -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesProceedings of the International ISEM Symposium on Nonlinear Electromagnetic Systems, Cardiff, Wales
    Statementeditors: A.J. Moses and A. Basak.
    SeriesStudies in applied electromagnetics and mechanics -- 10
    ContributionsBasak, Amitava, Moses, A. J.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC760 .I61 1996
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 964 p. :
    Number of Pages964
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19536261M
    ISBN 109051992513, 4274900797

      Abstract: Nonlinear effects generated in complex electronic systems such as cell phones and computers cause broadband electromagnetic radiations. They are very difficult to model but could be key contributors to the radiated spurious emission (RSE) and radio frequency interference (RFI).Author: Yanming Zhang, Lijun Jiang. This paper describes a new 3D parallel GILD electromagnetic (EM) modeling and nonlinear inversion algorithm. The algorithm consists of: (a) a new magnetic integral equation instead of the electric integral equation to solve the electromagnetic forward modeling and inverse problem; (b) a collocation finite element method for solving the magnetic integral and a Galerkin finite element method for.

    3. The Einstein-Nonlinear Electromagnetic System in Wave Coordinates 15 Wave coordinates 16 The Lagrangian formulation of nonlinear electromagnetism 16 Assumptions on the electromagnetic Lagrangian 18 The reduced electromagnetic equations 20 The energy-momentum tensor 21 The modified Ricci tensor 22File Size: 1MB. is a platform for academics to share research g: electromagnetic systems.

    This is a good book devoted to nonlinear ed to Vidyasagar's book, this book has more mathematical rigour, therefore, to follow it you should have a good Calculus/Linear Algebra /Analysis background (I recommend to have good books of these subjects while readingFile Size: KB. Nonlinear Diffusion of Electromagnetic Fields covers applications of the phenomena of non-linear diffusion of electromagnetic fields, such as magnetic recording, electromagnetic shielding and non-destructive testing, development of CAD software, and the design of magnetic components in electrical machinery. The material presented has direct applications to the analysis of eddy currents.


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The opening chapter briefly introduces the difference between linear and nonlinear systems. The two electromagnetic invariants are denoted by F≡ FabFab and G≡ Fab ∗Fab. (7) We are looking at the class of nonlinear electromagnetic (NLE) models described by the Lagrangian of the form L = L(F,G)∗1.

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