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Help!!A question from field theory!!Any electronics student here?

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  1. sarincv

    sarincv Member

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    How can we find components of magnetic field H if components of Electric field Ex, Ey & Ez r given using maxwell's equations?
     
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    Oh boy!! EMF was my most hated subject.
    But there was an equation as far as I remember, from which u can calculate each component of mag field from the elec field. I think u have to use Faradays laws of induction.
     
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    It is to be solved using Maxwell's equations
     
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    dheeraj_kumar Legen-wait for it-dary!

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    I think its something like this:
    Im not sure though
    E=X/B
    where E=electric field in one axis
    B=mag field in one axis
    X=magnetic susceptibility
    something like this,
     
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