Main Question or Discussion Point
Why do we use phasor representation in physics..For example,why we need maxwells equation in phasor form as well??
You can assume a time dependence of exp(jwt) without losing generality due to the principle of superposition. For incident fields with multiple frequency components, you can solve Maxwell's equations for each frequency component, then sum the solutions at the end as required.ok ,thank you for the reply...what made me ask this question is-i saw maxwells eqautions(electromagnetic) written in phasor form from dpoint form by just substituting d/dt with jw..So what my questin is ,what is the implication of removing that time factor from that equation??