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The General Electromagnetic Formulation of the Unipolar Induction Problem

Domina Eberle Spencer
Philip J. Mann
Year: 1998
The general electromagnetic induction problem is formulated in three ways: from the Weber equation proposed in 1846; from the classical equation generally taught today: and from the new Gaussian equation recently proposed by Moon, Spencer, Mirchandaney, Shama, and Mann. The angular velocity of the copper conductor (Omega) and the angular velocity of the magnetic field Q are arbitrary.