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Issue 1,  2013

 

The theory of electromagnetic field motion 1. Introduction to the theory
L.N. Voytsehovich

This paper describes the fact of existence of paradoxes and internal contradictions of the electromagnetic field classical theory and the way of elimination of such contradictions by more rigorous application of the relativity principle to electromagnetic phenomena and by creation of the consecutive relativistic electromagnetic theory. Here are presented general principles and requirements to any new physical theory and, in particular, to the relativistic electromagnetic theory which is a subject matter in the present cycle of works.

 

The theory of electromagnetic field motion 2. Principle of electromagnetic field component motion
L.N. Voytsehovich

The paper presents, from the relativistic point of view, the investigations of some logical contradictions, or paradoxes, which arise in stationary processes of electric current-carrying circuit movement as a whole or in movement of separate parts of the circuit. The case of interaction between the two fields having independent sources that move at various velocities is also considered. To characterize unambiguously the state of electromagnetic field, it was necessary to specify additionally the velocities of its components. The interrelationship between Poynting vector and the field velocity is shown.

 

The theory of electromagnetic field motion 3. The relativistic principle of superposition of fields
L.N. Voytsehovich

On the basis of the relativity theory principles, the cases of interaction of two or more fields, electric or magnetic, that have independent sources moving at different velocities are considered in the article. It is shown that the classical principle of superposition of fields accepted in electro- and magnetostatics leads to logic contradictions in cases of independent motion of separate sources or charges at different velocities. On the basis of the principle of relativity of the velocity of electromagnetic field components and linearity of electromagnetic equations in vacuum, the relativistic principle of superposition was formulated for moving electromagnetic fields.

 

The theory of electromagnetic field motion 4. Electromagnetic field motion and electrodynamics
L.N. Voytsehovich

The article shows the possibility and necessity of extension the principle of electromagnetic field motion to electrodynamics processes. It was also shown on the basis of known electromagnetic paradoxes that Maxwell’s law of electromagnetic induction is the special case of Faraday’s law of electromagnetic induction. Physical nature and conditions of motion of electromagnetic field components were considered.

 

The theory of electromagnetic field motion 5. Unipolar generator with a rotating magnet
L.N. Voytsehovich

The unipolar generator with a rotating permanent magnet is considered in the article. On the basis of the theory of electromagnetic field motion and, in particular, of the principle of superposition, the method of calculating the EMF in a closed measuring loop is schematically set forth. It is shown that the magnetic field of a permanent magnet does not rotate together with the magnet, but translates around a rotation axis of the magnetic field together with elementary magnets (electrons) of the magnet. It is also shown that the EMF at separate locations of the loop differs from that at similar locations of the unipolar generator with a metal rotor rotating in the magnetic field due to this kind of motion, but, despite it, the total EMF values of both generators are equal.

 

 

 

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