ON THE SIMILARITY OF PLANE PULSED MAGNETIC FIELDS CONTINUED FROM DIFFERENT COORDINATE AXES
Keywords:plane magnetic field, sharp skin-effect, Cauchy problem for Laplace equation, similarity theory
AbstractPurpose. The purpose of this work is formulation of similarity conditions for plane magnetic fields at a sharp skin-effect continued in non-conducting and non-magnetic medium from different axes bounding plane surfaces of conductors. Methodology. Classic formulation of Cauchy problem for magnetic vector potential Laplace equations, mathematic physics methods and basics similarity theory are used. Two problems are considered: the problem of initial field continuation from one axis and the problem of similar field continuation form other axis on which magnetic flux density or electrical field strength in unknown. Results. Necessary and sufficient similarity conditions of plane pulsed or high-frequency magnetic fields continued from different axes of rectangular coordinates are formulated. For the given odd and even magnetic flux density distributions on axis of initial field corresponding the distributions on axis and solution of continued similar field problem are obtained. Originality. It is proved that for similarity of examined fields the proportion of corresponding vector field projections represented by dimensionless numbers in similar points of axes is necessary and sufficient.
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