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Electrostatics or electrodynamics is kind of a false dichotomy. There are at least 6 different branches: electrostatics, quasielectrostatics, quasimagnetostatics, circuit theory, ray optics, electrodynamics.Anti Hydrogen said:Summary:: hello there, in the electromagnetic theory, in what subbranch are both DC and AC circuits ?
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Electrostatics is the study of stationary electric charges and their interactions, while electrodynamics is the study of moving electric charges and their interactions with magnetic fields.
Electric circuits involve the flow of electric charges, so they are considered as part of electrodynamics. However, they also involve stationary charges and their interactions, so they can also be considered as part of electrostatics.
Electric circuits involve both stationary and moving electric charges, making them a combination of electrostatics and electrodynamics. The behavior of electric circuits can be described using principles from both fields.
Examples of electrostatics in electric circuits include the buildup of charge on capacitors and the attraction or repulsion of charges on different parts of a circuit. Examples of electrodynamics in electric circuits include the flow of current through wires and the creation of magnetic fields by moving charges.
Understanding the relationship between these fields is crucial for designing and analyzing electric circuits. It allows scientists and engineers to accurately predict and control the behavior of electric circuits, leading to advancements in technology and everyday applications.