Electromagnetic Induction Phenomena [E-Book] / by David Schieber.
Schieber, David, (author)
Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer, 1986
XII, 296 p. online resource.
englisch
9783642710155
10.1007/978-3-642-71015-5
Springer Series in Electrophysics ; 16
Full Text
Table of Contents:
  • 1. Introduction
  • 1.1 Electrodynamics of Moving Media
  • 1.2 Some Remarks on Electrodynamics of Moving Media and Restricted Relativity
  • 1.3 Some Remarks on Quasistatics
  • 1.4 “Cerenkov Electrodynamics”
  • 1.5 Further Remarks on Quasistatics
  • 1.6 Summary of Approaches
  • 1.7 Outline of Contents
  • 2. Principles of Magneto-Electric Interactions
  • 2.1 Faraday’s Law in the Presence of Moving Media
  • 2.2 Linear Induction Devices
  • 2.3 Unipolar Induction — Basic Principles
  • 2.4 Unipolar Induction — Extended Array
  • 2.5 Optimal Dimensions for Braking Electromagnet
  • 2.6 Unipolar Induction — Circular Motion
  • 3. Electromagnetic Induction: Steady-State — Stationary Configurations
  • 3.1 Eddy Currents in Thin Metal Sheets
  • 3.2 Operation of Eddy Current Probe Coil
  • 3.3 Proximity Effect Between a Plane Metal Screen and a Rectilinear Current Conductor
  • 3.4 On the Inductance of Printed Spiral Coils
  • 4. Electromagnetic Induction: Transient Phenomena — Stationary Configuration
  • 4.1 Surge Impedance of Extended Grounding Rods
  • 4.2 Field Transients in Saturable Cores
  • 4.3 Field Switching in the Presence of Superconducting Material
  • 4.4 Electromechanical Transients in Liquid Metal upon Field Disruption
  • 5. Dynamic Phenomena
  • 5.1 Wave Interaction with Moving Layers
  • 5.2 Wave Propagation Inside Moving Nonmagnetic Media
  • 5.3 Electrodynamics of Shielding: Cylindrical Configuration and Exterior Hertz Wave
  • 5.4 Electrodynamics of Shielding: Spherical Configuration and Interior Fitzgerald Wave
  • References
  • Acknowledgement.