Part of the Mathematics in Industry book series (MATHINDUSTRY, volume 4)
Electromagnetic Force Densities in a Continuous Medium
The paper introduces a systematic procedure to derive the expression of the Maxwell stress tensor associated with a given expression of the electromagnetic energy density.
KeywordsForce Density Induction Field Virtual Work Principle Magnet Omotive Force Maxwell Stress Tensor
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