|Aug8-12, 11:15 AM||#1|
electromagnetic boundary condition
in electromagnetics , considering boundary conditions of dielectric and perfect conductor
, inside conductor E = 0. So, there should not be any time varying magnetic field. But in many books i have seen that inside conductor normal component of B is 0 because there is no time varying magnetic field. How ? But i say THERE can be a static magnetic field , so Bn can be non-zero.
|Aug8-12, 12:09 PM||#2|
|Aug9-12, 06:48 AM||#3|
Even for perfect conductor
THERE can be a static magnetic field , so normal component of B can be non-zero.
But in many books i have seen that inside conductor normal component of B is 0
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