Determination of Electric and Magnetic Fields
We already know how charged particles move in homogeneous fields, but we also know that real fields are never homogeneous (even a parallel-plate capacitor has fringing fields at its ends). Before we start to study the particle behavior in more complicated nonuniform fields, first we must be able to determine the distributions of those fields in space. (In this book time-dependent fields will not be treated.)
KeywordsMagnetic Field Flux Density Potential Distribution Pole Piece Planar Field
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