Steady State Electrodynamic Induction ? A Feature of the General Law of Electrodynamics

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Scientific Paper
Title Steady State Electrodynamic Induction ? A Feature of the General Law of Electrodynamics
Author(s) Harold Aspden
Keywords Steady State, Electrodynamics, Induction
Published 1987
Journal None
Pages 136-155

Abstract

It is argued that a truly general law of electrodynamics applicable between discrete changes in motion must take into account the process of electromagnetic induction. An induction term supplementing the Biot-Savart form of law is found to be applicable even for a steady-state interaction, such as might apply between discrete charges moving in parallel at the same speed. The author's research effort to establish the true form of law by experiment is described. The conclusion, inferred mainly from independent research by Graneau, is that the general form of electrodynamic law proposed by the author in 1960 is the true law.