Geophysical Field Theory and Method: Electromagnetic Fields Pt.B
This book contains information about the theory of electromagnetic fields in conducting mediums. It describes the theoretical foundation of electromagnetic methods used in all areas of exploration geophysics, including a study of the earth's deep layers. This book will be useful for research and exploration geophysicists, electronic engineers, and graduate and undergraduate students in university geophysics departments.
- Hardback | 246 pages
- 166.9 x 231.9 x 28.2mm | 716.68g
- 01 Feb 1994
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
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Table of contents
Electromagnetic Fields: Faraday's Law. The Principle of Charge Conservation and Distribution of Charges in Conducting and Polarizable Medium. Displacement Currents. The System of Equations of the Electromagnetic Field. Equations for the Fields E and B, Electromagnetic Potentials. Propagation of the Electromagnetic Field in a Nonconducting Medium. Quasistationary Field in a Nonconducting Medium. Quasistationary Field in a Conducting Medium, Skin Effect. Diffusion of a Quasistationary Field. Diffusion and Periodic Quasistationary Fields. Distribution of the Electromagnetic Energy, Poynting Vector. Detennination of Electromagnetic Fields. Relationships between Different Responses of the Electromagnetic Field. The Magnetic Dipole in a Uniform Medium: Frequency Responses of the Field Caused by the Magnetic Dipole. The Transient Responses of the Field Caused by a Magnetic Dipole. Subject Index.