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ON THE LOCALIZATION OF ELECTROMAGNETIC ENERGY
"... This paper explores the interesting question of whether electromagnetic energy can be localized. Three specific areas will be addressed. First, the historical development of the Poynting – Heaviside theory will be traced. Then, the problems and alleged paradoxes of this theory will be examined. Fina ..."
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This paper explores the interesting question of whether electromagnetic energy can be localized. Three specific areas will be addressed. First, the historical development of the Poynting – Heaviside theory will be traced. Then, the problems and alleged paradoxes of this theory will be examined
Electromagnetic Energy Transfer
, 1958
"... Methods of calculating and measuring the flow of electromagnetic energy are compared and contrasted. The differences between the lowfrequency and highfrequency approaches to energy flow problems are discussed and suggestions are made to ease the difficulties in the way of students and teachers fac ..."
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Methods of calculating and measuring the flow of electromagnetic energy are compared and contrasted. The differences between the lowfrequency and highfrequency approaches to energy flow problems are discussed and suggestions are made to ease the difficulties in the way of students and teachers
Optimal control of electromagnetic energy
, 2010
"... We establish a multitime maximum principle for a multiple integral functional constrained by nonhomogeneous linear PDEs. Applying this result to the linearquadratic electromagnetic regulator problem based on electromagnetic energy (multiple integral functional), the electric field as control and ..."
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We establish a multitime maximum principle for a multiple integral functional constrained by nonhomogeneous linear PDEs. Applying this result to the linearquadratic electromagnetic regulator problem based on electromagnetic energy (multiple integral functional), the electric field as control
Electromagnetic energymomentum and forces
 in matter, Phys. Lett. A311
, 2003
"... We discuss the electromagnetic energymomentum distribution and the mechanical forces of the electromagnetic field in material media. There is a longstanding controversy on these notions. The Minkowski and the Abraham energymomentum tensors are the most wellknown ones. We propose a solution of th ..."
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We discuss the electromagnetic energymomentum distribution and the mechanical forces of the electromagnetic field in material media. There is a longstanding controversy on these notions. The Minkowski and the Abraham energymomentum tensors are the most wellknown ones. We propose a solution
Electromagnetic Energy from Gravitation
"... The geometric interaction of gravitation and electromagnetism in the Evans field theory is shown to lead to a new crosscurrent term which does not appear in the standard model, but which is, in theory, an important new source of electromagnetic energy. The structure of the new current term is deve ..."
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The geometric interaction of gravitation and electromagnetism in the Evans field theory is shown to lead to a new crosscurrent term which does not appear in the standard model, but which is, in theory, an important new source of electromagnetic energy. The structure of the new current term
Electromagnetic Energy Around Hertzian Dipoles
 IEEE Antennas & Propagation Magazine
"... This paper considers the behavior of electromagnetic energy around Hertzian dipoles. The method of “causa1,surfaces ” (surfaces through which there is no net flow of electromagnetic energy) is used to partition and track the energy. A variety of examples, involving both transient and harmonic time d ..."
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This paper considers the behavior of electromagnetic energy around Hertzian dipoles. The method of “causa1,surfaces ” (surfaces through which there is no net flow of electromagnetic energy) is used to partition and track the energy. A variety of examples, involving both transient and harmonic time
The nature of electromagnetic energy
, 2007
"... The nature of the electromagnetic (EM) energy for general charge and current distributions is analyzed. We come to the conclusion that EM energy can reside only within chargecurrent distributions, and that EM energy density cannot exist in otherwise empty space. ..."
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The nature of the electromagnetic (EM) energy for general charge and current distributions is analyzed. We come to the conclusion that EM energy can reside only within chargecurrent distributions, and that EM energy density cannot exist in otherwise empty space.
ELECTROMAGNETIC ENERGY DENSITY AND FLUX1
"... Although Poynting's theorem receives general acceptance in the treatment of electromagnetic energy, an alternative theorem, Macdonald's, has equal claim to validity at the present state of our knowledge. In a comparison of many results derived from the two, Macdonald's theorem exhibit ..."
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Although Poynting's theorem receives general acceptance in the treatment of electromagnetic energy, an alternative theorem, Macdonald's, has equal claim to validity at the present state of our knowledge. In a comparison of many results derived from the two, Macdonald's theorem
Stored electromagnetic energy and antenna Q
 Lund University, Department of
, 2012
"... Abstract Decomposition of the electromagnetic energy into its stored and radiated parts is instrumental in the evaluation of antenna Q and the corresponding fundamental limitations on antennas. This decomposition is not unique and there several proposals in the literature. Here, it is shown that st ..."
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Abstract Decomposition of the electromagnetic energy into its stored and radiated parts is instrumental in the evaluation of antenna Q and the corresponding fundamental limitations on antennas. This decomposition is not unique and there several proposals in the literature. Here, it is shown
Electromagnetic Energy Conversion at Reconnection Fronts
"... Earth’s magnetotail contains magnetic energy derived from the kinetic energy of the solar wind. Conversion of that energy back to particle energy ultimately powers Earth’s auroras, heats the magnetospheric plasma, and energizes the Van Allen radiation belts. Where and how such electromagnetic energy ..."
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Earth’s magnetotail contains magnetic energy derived from the kinetic energy of the solar wind. Conversion of that energy back to particle energy ultimately powers Earth’s auroras, heats the magnetospheric plasma, and energizes the Van Allen radiation belts. Where and how such electromagnetic
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