Electric and Magnetic Field Strengths in the Open and in Shielded Rooms in the ULF- to LF-Zone

  • H. W. Ludwig


In this chapter the Centimeter-Second-Ampere-Volt system (cm-s-A-V), used conventionally in electrodynamics is employed. The Maxwell Equations are thus written:
$${\rm Curl }\mathop {\rm H}\limits^ \to = {\rm \sigma E + \varepsilon }{{\partial \mathop {\rm E}\limits^ \to } \over {\partial {\rm t}}}$$
$${\rm Curl }\mathop {\rm E}\limits^ \to = - {\rm \mu }{{\partial \mathop {\rm H}\limits^ \to } \over {\partial {\rm t}}} = - {{\partial \mathop{\rm B}\limits^ \to } \over {\partial {\rm t}}}$$
The arrows over E and H are to express the vector-nature of field strength.


Field Strength Electromagnetic Wave Electric Dipole Magnetic Field Strength Electric Field Strength 
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  • H. W. Ludwig
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  1. 1.TübingenGermany

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