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Weber-Maxwell electrodynamics: classical electromagnetism in its most compact and pure form
  • Steffen Kühn
Steffen Kühn

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Weber-Maxwell electrodynamics is a modernized, compressed, cleansed and, in many respects, advantageous representation of classical electrodynamics that results from the Liénard-Wiechert potentials. In the non-relativistic domain, it is compatible with both Maxwell's electrodynamics and Weber electrodynamics. It is suitable for all electrical engineering tasks, ranging from electrical machines to radar and high-frequency technologies. Weber-Maxwell electrodynamics also simplifies access to quantum physics and other areas of modern physics, such as optics and atomic physics. Particular advantages of Weber-Maxwell electrodynamics are its simple and fast computability in computer calculations and, as it is based on point charges, in the simulation of plasmas. The latter is particularly important for fusion research. Moreover, Weber-Maxwell electrodynamics is also highly suited to academic and post-primary education, as it allows an easy comprehension of both magnetism and electromagnetic waves. Due to the novelty of Weber-Maxwell electrodynamics, there are currently no articles that summarize its most important aspects. The present article aims to achieve this.
10 Jan 2024Submitted to TechRxiv
18 Jan 2024Published in TechRxiv