Classical Physics


Field Tubes and Bisurfaces in the Electromagnetism

Authors: Radi I. Khrapko

Faraday's field lines are not enough for an adequate graphical representation of electromagnetic fields, It is necessary to use bisurfaces, The bisurfaces and field tubes replacing the field lines permit to represent evidently for example how electric current creates magnetic field and electric field produces scalar potential field, A conception of differential forms and contravariant tensor densities is used, We say that an exterior derivative of the form or a divergence of the density result in boundaries of the geometric quantities, The integration of the quantity by the Biot-Savarat formula results in a new quantity, We name the quantity a generation, Generating from a generation yields zero, So generations are sterile as well as boundaries are closed. A conjugation is considered The conjugation converts a closed quantity to a sterile quantity and back, The conjugation differs from the Hodge operation, The conjugation does not imply a dualization, Chains of field and an analog of Hodge decomposition theorem are considered

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[v1] 25 Mar 2007

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