A nonlinear and symmetric Maxwell tensor

A nonlinear and symmetric Maxwell tensor

Alain Bossavit

GeePs, 11 av. Joliot-Curie 91192 Gif-sur-Yvette Cedex, France

Corresponding Author Email: 
alain.bossavit@supelec.fr
Page: 
169-177
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DOI: 
https://doi.org/10.3166/EJEE.18.169-177
Received: 
29/07/2015
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Accepted: 
14/01/2016
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Published: 
31 August 2016
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Abstract: 

We propose a generalization of the Maxwell tensor that allows the integration surface to pass through magnetized matter, even when the B–H law is non-linear and anisotropic. The tensor thus modified is symmetric.

Keywords: 

Maxwell’s tensor, magnetic forces.

Extended abstract
1. Introduction : notations, formules, but
2. « Le » tenseur de Maxwell
3. Un autre tenseur de Maxwell
4. Pourquoi la coénergie plutôt que l’énergie ?
Remerciements

À Alfredo Bermúdez pour sa suggestion d’essayer de symétriser le tenseur classique.

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