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Maxwell’s Equations in Three-Dimensional Space

  • Ted Zdzislaw Bylok
Conference paper
Part of the Fundamental Theories of Physics book series (FTPH, volume 97)

Abstract

By assumption of Maxwell’s equations for the description of field energy, we notice a paradox concerning travelling wave of energy. The electric and magnetic vectors are in phase, so energy disappears when both pass through zero, and energy cannot be changing between these two fields along a full cycle. This presentation will show a different approach to the structure of energy of photon by applying relativity and by introducing an original function of Maxwell’s equations. Circulation of vector field with angular deviation to stationary system of reference gives a circular helix function and surface of spiral ramp. Obtained functions present Maxwell’s equations for three-dimensional space. This model of energy will reveal an internal structure of energy for particle and space giving numerically correct predictions for motion in space based on energy conservation law without using the term of a gravitational field. The energy structure of particles and space, as well as the motion of planets and galaxies, is given by circulation of vector c.

Keywords

Angular Momentum Electromagnetic Wave Reference System Energy Structure Time Coordinate 
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    T.N. Lockyer, (1992) Vector Particle Physics, Los Altos, Ca.Google Scholar
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    T.Z. Bylok, (1996) Theory of Energy and Space-Time, Toronto.Google Scholar

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© Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 1998

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  • Ted Zdzislaw Bylok

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