By Dragan Poljak
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Hence, the time-varying magnetic ﬁelds are vortex sources of electric ﬁelds. The second Maxwell equation is the differential form of Ampere’s law stating ~ that either an electric current density ~ J or a time-varying electric ﬂux density D ~ . This can be expressed as gives rise to a magnetic ﬁeld H ~ ¼~ rxH Jþ q~ D qt ð2:2Þ ~=qt was added by Maxwell to the original expresIt is worth noting that the term qD sion of Ampere’s law to make the law consistent with the conservation of electric charge.
7 Region 1 Magnetic ﬂux density at the boundary between two different media. With the direction information included, where ~ n is the unit vector normal to the surface, ~2 Þ ¼ ~ ~1 À H ~ Js nxðH ð2:108Þ There is a discontinuity of the tangential ﬁeld at the boundary between two regions equal to any surface current density that may exist on the boundary. 7. The surfaces ÁS of the volume are assumed to be arbitrarily small so that the normal ﬂux density Bn does not vary across the surface. Also, the thickness of the disk is vanishingly small so that there is negligible ﬂux through the side wall.
The solution of the four Maxwell equations in either differential or integral form is possible only if additional constitutive equations are available connecting D to E, J to E, and H to B such as ~ ¼ e~ D E ð2:22Þ ~ J ¼ s~ E ð2:23Þ ~ ~ B ¼ mH ð2:24Þ for a linear medium, where e is the permittivity, s is the conductivity, and m is the permeability of a medium, or whatever forms apply for a nonlinear medium. 3 MAXWELL EQUATIONS FOR MOVING MEDIA The Maxwell equations in their differential and integral form, respectively, considered so far are valid for any stationary media.
Advanced Modeling in Computational Electromagnetic Compatibility by Dragan Poljak