Demystifying Electromagnetic Equations: A Complete by Douglas L. Cohen

By Douglas L. Cohen

In classical Newtonian mechanics, equations and formulation by no means switch shape. an identical can't be stated approximately equations and formulation of electromagnetic concept, which frequently swap shape whilst switched over from one procedure of devices to a different. Douglas Cohen presents precisely what the technical specialist wishes: a radical clarification of the way to transform electromagnetic equations from one procedure of devices to another.


- Preface

- define of Non-Electromagnetic structures of devices

- devices linked to Nineteenth-Century Electromagnetic concept

- devices linked to Twentieth-Century Electromagnetic conception

- typical Shortcuts Used to rework Electromagnetic Equations

- Bibliography

- Index

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The radiance of that same surface, however, is given in units of joules/sec/m2/sr in the mks system, showing that it is the radiant energy emitted each second into a unit solid angle per unit area of the luminous surface. The difference between the quantities is important because the radiance is a good measure of what we subjectively experience as “brightness” when looking at a luminous surface; whereas the exitance, because it measures the optical energy per second leaving a surface in all directions, helps to specify the rate at which the surface cools.

From Eq. 64a) the cgs unit of energy, erg3 , is proportional to the cgc unit of energy 1gm · cm2 · cmtime−2 3 , so when taking the left-hand side of Eq. 64b) where 1 erg3 = 1 erg2 . 64c) It is easy to show that the erg subscript has to change. If we do not change the subscript, we can write from Eqs. 64b) −2 · 1 gm · ccgs cm2 −2 = 1 erg3 = 1 erg2 = ccgs gm · ? cmtime23 cm2 cmtime22 or ? 65) which contradicts Eq. 57a). Clearly, any unit of energy changes its fundamental nature when going from a system where mass, length, and time have separate dimensions to a system where only mass and length have separate dimensions.

The first step in making R = 1 is to convert from degK to degR1, making its numeric part equal to 1. This conversion takes us from the mksK system of units to the mksR1 system of units. We then treat the temperature unit degR1 as formally equivalent to 1 joule, a unit of energy, giving it the new name EdegR1. This takes us to the mksER1 system of units. The numeric parts of all physical quantities in the mksER1 system of units are the same as in the mksR1 system of units, but the temperature unit EdegR1 is now equal to 1 joule so temperature has the dimensions of energy.

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