By Vladimir V. Mitin, Dmitry I. Sementsov
Modern expertise is swiftly constructing and hence destiny engineers have to gather complicated wisdom in technological know-how and expertise, together with electromagnetic phenomena. This booklet is a latest textual content of a one-semester path for junior electric engineering scholars. It covers a vast spectrum of electromagnetic phenomena resembling, floor waves, plasmas, photonic crystals, detrimental refraction in addition to comparable fabrics together with superconductors. additionally, the textual content brings jointly electromagnetism and optics because the majority of texts talk about electromagnetism disconnected from optics. by contrast, during this publication either are mentioned. Seven labs were constructed to accompany the cloth of the publication.
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This expression relates the electric potential φ and the electric field vector: E⋅dl=Exdx+Eydy+Ezdz=−dφ. 47) The following three scalar equations are obtained from this equation: Ex=−∂φ∂x, Ey=−∂φ∂y, Ez=−∂φ∂z. 48) Thus, vector E=iEx+jEy+kEz is given by E=−(i∂φ∂x+j∂φ∂y+k∂φ∂z). 50) where symbol Δ (nabla) is introduced to denote the vector differential operator referred often to as “del:” ∇=i∂∂x+j∂∂y+k∂∂z. The relation between the electric field and the electric potential is given by the expression E=−grad φ or E=−∇φ.
Bound charges produce an electric field E′ inside the dielectric that is oppositely directed to the external field E0. Thus, the total electric field inside the dielectric is nonzero, and it is lower in magnitude than the external field: E=E0+E′≠0, | E |<| E0 |. 69) The ratio of the external electric field magnitude to the magnitude of total field inside an isotropic dielectric is referred to as the relative dielectric permittivity (or dielectric constant) of the material: κ=E0E. 70) If an isotropic dielectric with dielectric permittivity ε = κε0 contains a point charge q, the electric field generated by this charge and the potential are κ times smaller compared to the corresponding values in vacuum: E=keqκr2er, φ = keqκr.
48) Thus, vector E=iEx+jEy+kEz is given by E=−(i∂φ∂x+j∂φ∂y+k∂φ∂z). 50) where symbol Δ (nabla) is introduced to denote the vector differential operator referred often to as “del:” ∇=i∂∂x+j∂∂y+k∂∂z. The relation between the electric field and the electric potential is given by the expression E=−grad φ or E=−∇φ. 52) This has the following meaning. Consider the equipotential surfaces with the potentials φ1<φ2<φ3. According to the definition, the direction of vector grad φ is along the direction of the steepest change of φ.