In the previous four chapters, we discussed the electrostatic field and its applications. The only reference to time was in the fact that whenever charges are placed in a conductor, they move until a steady state charge distribution is obtained. However, no attempt was made to characterize their motion or any effects this might have on fields.
KeywordsSurface Charge Density Electromotive Force Electric Field Intensity Spot Welding Cathodic Protection
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