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Difference between current density and induced current density
Posted 19-Feb-2019, 2:24 AM GMT-5 AC/DC & Electromagnetics 0 Replies
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Hello, I'm using the AC/DC module and I need to know the difference between "current density mf.Jx, mf.Jy,mf.Jz"(apparently it's the quantity from Faradays law of induction) and the "induced current density mf.Jix, mf.Jiy, mf.Jiz" Knowing that both quantities have units of A/m^2. Thanks,
Hello Falastine Abusaif
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