Chapter
13

The electromagnetic field equation

 


From
our electron model, we find out that the electromagnetic field has satisfied the 5 equations (4.1), (5.1), (10.7), (11.7), (12.7), here we rewrite each one of the equations as follows:

 

The Gauss Law of Electric Field:

 

(13.1)

 

The Gauss Law of Magnetic Field:

 

(13.2)

 

The velocity of electromagnetic field equation:

 

(13.3)

 

The hydroelectric equation:

 

(13.4)

 

The hydromagnetic equation:

 

(13.5)

 

Let us consider one special case based on the above 5 electromagnetic field equations, the free charge electromagnetic field in vacuum, which satisfies the following four conditions:

(13.6)

(13.7)

 

(13.8)

 

(13.9)

Then, based on above 4 conditions, we get:

 

(13.10)

(13.11)

 

Thus:

 

(13.12)

 

And:

 

(13.13)

 

Thus:

 

(13.14)

 

Thus, we can get the following 5 equations of the electromagnetic field in vacuum of free charge, which are:

 

(13.15)

 

(13.16)

 

V=c (13.17)

 

(13.18)

 

(13.19)

Then based on the above 5 equations, we can get the Maxwell Electromagnetic Wave Equation in vacuum of free charge:


(13.20)

(13.21)



 


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