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*Electromagnetic* *Forces* on Point Dipoles’

"... The forces exerted on classical electric and magnetic dipoles by externally applied electromagnetic fields are derived from first principles. It is found, in accordance with Penfield and Haus [l, pp. 214-216 and 2441 and De Groot and Suttorp [2, pp. 195-1961, that the force on a magnetic dipole is t ..."

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The

*forces*exerted on classical electric and magnetic dipoles by externally applied*electromagnetic*fields are derived from first principles. It is found, in accordance with Penfield and Haus [l, pp. 214-216 and 2441 and De Groot and Suttorp [2, pp. 195-1961, that the*force*on a magnetic dipole###
Title- THE GRAVITO-*ELECTROMAGNETIC* *FORCE*

"... Abstract – The best place to begin is with Einstein, who revolutionized understanding of gravity and said “time and space and gravitation have no separate existence from matter ” (this must include matter's electric charges and magnetic poles). Following the introductory paragraphs, Einstein&ap ..."

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's theory that gravitation is a push created by the hills and valleys of curved space is recalled and there’s a paragraph explaining the Krasinsky/Blumberg astronomy paper in terms of gravitational waves being a repelling

*force*, with a brief explanation reconciling this repulsion with gravity’s apparent###
NONLINEAR *ELECTROMAGNETIC* *FORCES* IN ASTROPHYSICS∗

, 2012

"... Electromagnetism becomes a nonlinear theory having (effective) photon– photon interactions due at least to electron–positron fluctuations in the vacuum. We discuss the consequences of the nonlinearity for the force felt by a charge probe particle, and compare the impact of Euler–Kockel QED effective ..."

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*Electromagnetism*becomes a nonlinear theory having (effective) photon– photon interactions due at least to electron–positron fluctuations in the vacuum. We discuss the consequences of the nonlinearity for the

*force*felt by a charge probe particle, and compare the impact of Euler–Kockel QED

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An experimental analysis of *electromagnetic* *forces* in liquids

, 1975

"... Abstract. Three theories are outlined to explain the observed forces in fluids. A systematical analysis, via a number of appropriate experiments with liquids, shows that only one of them is substantially correct. A new method for studying the electrostriction in liquids is presented. 1. ..."

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Abstract. Three theories are outlined to explain the observed

*forces*in fluids. A systematical analysis, via a number of appropriate experiments with liquids, shows that only one of them is substantially correct. A new method for studying the electrostriction in liquids is presented. 1.###
*Electromagnetic* *Forces* in Large Aluminum Furnaces

"... The heavy direct currents used in large a luminum furnaces produce strong magnet ic fields in the whole vo lume of the furnace. Of par t i cu la r interest to the prob lem is the magnet ic field produced in the vol-ume of mol ten cryol i te and a luminum, because these magnet ic fields, by interact ..."

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, by interact ion wi th the electr ic cur-rents present in this volume, produce e lect romag-netic

*forces*act ing on the two l iquid layers. It has been observed that, under un favorab le condit ions, the inter face between cryo l i te and a luminum layers may be distorted. The anode-cathode d is tance may###
Impact Characteristics Study on *Electromagnet* Magnetic Isolation Ring to *Electromagnetic* *Force*

"... Abstract. This paper makes simulation analysis on an electromagnetic valve product based on ANSYS software by changing the angle, position, length and permeability of electromagnet magnetic isolation ring, and get different electromagnetic force curves. According to electromagnetic force curves, it ..."

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Abstract. This paper makes simulation analysis on an

*electromagnetic*valve product based on ANSYS software by changing the angle, position, length and permeability of*electromagnet*magnetic isolation ring, and get different*electromagnetic**force*curves. According to*electromagnetic**force*curves###
On Scalar and Vector Potentials for the Nonlinear *Electromagnetic* *Forces*

, 805

"... The potential concept that is successful in classical electrodynamics should also be applicable to the nonlinear electromagnetic forces acting on matter. The obvious method of determining these potentials should be provided by Helmholtz’s theorem. It is found, however, that the theorem fails in most ..."

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The potential concept that is successful in classical electrodynamics should also be applicable to the nonlinear

*electromagnetic**forces*acting on matter. The obvious method of determining these potentials should be provided by Helmholtz’s theorem. It is found, however, that the theorem fails###
*Electromagnetic* *Force* as consequence of the Geometry of Minkowskian Spacetime

, 901

"... By describing the dynamical evolution of a test charged particle in the presence of an electromagnetic field as a succession of infinitesimal Lorentz boosts and rotations it is possible to obtain the Lorentz Force of Electrodynamics. A consequence of this derivation at the classical level is that, g ..."

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By describing the dynamical evolution of a test charged particle in the presence of an

*electromagnetic*field as a succession of infinitesimal Lorentz boosts and rotations it is possible to obtain the Lorentz*Force*of Electrodynamics. A consequence of this derivation at the classical level is that###
DYNAMIC BEHAVIORS OF A CHECKWEIGHER WITH *ELECTROMAGNETIC* *FORCE* COMPENSATION

, 2009

"... Abstract − This paper clarifies the dynamic behaviors of a high speed mass measurement system with conveyor belt (a checkweigher). The objective in this study is to construct the model of the measurement system. The checkweigher with electromagnetic force compensation can be approximated by the comb ..."

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Abstract − This paper clarifies the dynamic behaviors of a high speed mass measurement system with conveyor belt (a checkweigher). The objective in this study is to construct the model of the measurement system. The checkweigher with

*electromagnetic**force*compensation can be approximated