Dipole and poleless magnetic fields

Volume 9, Issue 2, April 2024     |     PP. 55-79      |     PDF (1809 K)    |     Pub. Date: March 5, 2024
DOI: 10.54647/physics140618    36 Downloads     130704 Views  

Author(s)

Nasko Elektronov, Central Laboratory of Applied Physics at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sankt Peterburg bul. 61, 4000, Plovdiv, Bulgaria

Abstract
This paper compares the magnetic fields of linearly moving charges with those of orbit ally moving charges. With simple qualitative experiments are shown the structure of the magnetic fields created by these movements. The concept of a pole less magnetic field is introduced, which is created by linear and inertial moving positive and negative charges as well as by currents in wires. A distinction is made between a dipole magnetic field and a poleless magnetic field. It is proved that the dipole magnetic field is not homogeneous, but is a sum of two magnetic fields that are mutually opposite in electrical and force properties. The poleless magnetic field is only one part of the dipole magnetic field. It is the main magnetic field and reason for existence of the dipole magnetic field. It has nothing to do with the concept of a magnetic monopoly.

Keywords
Permanent magnets, electromagnets, magnetic field, magnetic poles, magnetic lines of force, magnetic induction, magnetic induction vector, electric field, electric current, movement of charges, poleless magnetic field, dipole magnetic field.

Cite this paper
Nasko Elektronov, Dipole and poleless magnetic fields , SCIREA Journal of Physics. Volume 9, Issue 2, April 2024 | PP. 55-79. 10.54647/physics140618

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