By Oliver Heaviside

3rd version, with a foreword by way of Sir Edmund Whittaker. Oliver Heaviside persisted lively medical paintings for greater than twenty years after the booklet of the 3rd quantity of his Electromagnetic idea. His unpublished notes, a few of which have been present in 1957, contained many discoveries: the methods in which Heaviside's principles built in the course of these two decades is integrated in long appendices during this 1971 variation.

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3) At r = R, the normal component of ( B r ) is continuous. 4) Similarly, at r = R – d, B r is continuous. 3d) Combining Eqs. 3 From Eqs. 5) Combining Eqs. 6) From Eqs. 7) Combining Eqs. 42) b) We may simplify Eq. 9) In the special case µd/µo R >>1, Eq. 43) c) The same result given by Eq. 43 for H ss /H 0 can be obtained directly by a perturbation approach for the case µ/µ o >> 1 and d/R << 1. We proceed by assuming that µ of the shell material is infinite. We then find that the B lines enter and leave the shell at r = R only normally.

As discussed in the next problem where a superconducting cylinder is considered, a discontinuity in the θ component of the fields at r = R requires a surface current (confined within a thin layer). Because this current, once set up, must flow persistently, it implies that the sphere’s electrical conductivity, like the superconductor’s, must be infinite. As discussed in Chapter 1, a perfectly diamagnetic material must at the same time be a perfect conductor; that is, such a material is automatically a superconductor.

5: The field far from a cluster of four dipoles This problem considers the field far from a cluster of four dipoles arranged as shown in Fig. 7. The center-to-center distance between two opposing dipoles is 2 δ d . 7 indicates the direction of the field inside each dipole. Also defined in Fig. 7 are r- θ coordinates and z-x coordinates common to all the dipoles. 48) Neglect end effects of each dipole. Fig. 7 Cross-sectional view of the four-dipole arrangement. The arrow in each dipole indicates the field direction inside the winding.