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The study of the movement of electrostatic charges.
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These features of the operating process must be taken into account in the mathematical model of LPEC of electrodynamic type [9].
H-matrix-based solvers have been applied to the SIE method for electrodynamic analysis [26-29].
"Jennova has been dedicated to the development of electrodynamic energy harvesting (EH) methods for the past seven years," explained Terry Pennisi.
Thus in [3], various electrodynamic wave equations were considered.
While they lack the bandwidth potential of an electrodynamic exciter, development of dual-stage valves made it possible to achieve frequency response on the order of 500 Hz, which is acceptable for defining many environments.
Electrodynamic thrusters for aircraft--if they work--would encompass the entire vehicle, he said.
Theory of Quantum and Classical Connections in Modeling Atomic, Molecular and Electrodynamic Systems
A new class of regular black holes which is supported by a nonlinear electrodynamic source were studied in [6].
These established facts form the starting point of a revised quantum electrodynamic (RQED) theory by the author [5].
An air beard planar slide is positioned only by electrodynamic field forces (interaction between permanent magnets and energised coils).
Most magnetic suspension (maglev) systems create suspension forces by either electromagnetic [1] or electrodynamic [2, 3] means.