Created: 06/04/2020Last Upated: 07/06/2023
Maxwell's equations form the fundamental principles governing electromagnetism.
Note: If familiar with surface integrals, it can be observed that the magnetic field sums to zero due to the opposite dot product between the surface normal vector and magnetic field direction at the two ends of the imaginary sphere.
Faraday's Law governs electromagnetic induction, which is fundamental to the operation of transformers for efficient energy transfer and the generation of back EMF voltage in motor coils.
Ampere's Law is the basis for creating electromagnets, which find numerous applications across various industries.
By understanding and applying these principles, engineers can design and analyze electromagnetism-based systems and devices, enabling the development of technologies ranging from power distribution to electric motors.