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CHARGE MOMENT TENSOR AND THE MAGNETIC MOMENT OF ROTATIONAL CHARGED BODIES

By G.-Q. Zhou

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Abstract:
Based on the strict and delicate analogue relation between the magnetic moment of rotational charged bodies and the rotation inertia of rigid bodies, a new concept of charge moment tensor I which is different from the existent electric multiple moment is introduced in this paper. And by means of eigenvalue theory of tensor I , the concept of principal axes and principal-axis scalar charge moment are constructed, and further the scalar charge moment of a charged body and the magnetic moment of a rotational charged body around an arbitrary direction are attained. The relationship between the scalar charge moment distributive law of quadric camber and the positive or negative definiteness of tensor I are discussed. Meanwhile Some principles or theorems are extended, generalized, illustrated, and enumerated.

Citation:
G.-Q. Zhou, "Charge Moment Tensor and the Magnetic Moment of Rotational Charged Bodies," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol. 68, 151-160, 2007.
doi:10.2528/PIER06080603
http://www.jpier.org/PIER/pier.php?paper=06080603

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