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⚣ [PDF] ✅ Electromagnetic Theory: Volume 2 By Oliver Heaviside ✰ – Izmirescort.pro PREFACE TO VOL IIFROM one point of view the present volume consists essentially of a detailed development of the mathematical theory of the propagation of plane electromagnetic waves in conducting diePREFACE TO VOL IIFROM one point of view the present volume consists essentially of a detailed development of the mathematical theory of the propagation of plane electromagnetic waves in conducting dielectrics according to Maxwell's theory somewhat extended From another point of view it is the development of the theory of the propagation of waves along wires The connection of the two subjects was thoroughly explained in Chapter IV of Volume I which should be understood But on account of the important applications ranging from Atlantic telegraphy through ordinary telegraphy and telephony to Hertzian waves along wires I have usually preferred to express results in terms of the concrete voltage and current rather than the specific electric and magnetic forces belonging to a single tube of flux of energy The translation from one form to the other is uite easy when understood As far as space would permit I have tried to develop the theory as thoroughly as possible considering every kind of wave and including the calculation of the waves produced by multiple reflections Even the theory of the latest kind of so called wireless telegraphy Lodge Marconi etc has been somewhat anticipated since the waves sent up the vertical wire are hemispherical with their euatorial bases on the ground or sea which they run along in expanding See 60 Vol I; also 393 in this volume The investigations are based upon those in my Electrical Papers with considerable extensions My old predictions relating to skin conduction and to the possibilities of longdistance telephony have been abundantly verified in advancing practice ; and my old predictions relating to the behaviourof approximately distortionless circuits have also received fair support in the uantitative observation of Hertzian waves along wires The reader need not therefore fear that he may be muddling himself over fantastic theories void of practical significance whatever the scienticulist may sayThe mathematical methods employed are those which have proved themselves to me by practice to be those best suited to obtaining new results and advancing natural knowledge The general idea is to make the differential euations themselves perfectly definite so that the differential euation of a problem is actually its full solution the operational or differential solution though it may not be in obvious uantitative form The process of algebrisation or conversion from differential to algebraical form admitting of numerical treatment is of course very important Though it may be easy when the proper way of treatment has been found yet there has been a good deal of exploring work which makes no appearanceIn Chapter VIII I have given a condensed account of my researches on generalised differentiation and series a subject that grows naturally out ofthe operational way of working Although I think this subject has a large future yet I must warn the reader that there is no pretence of logical rigour and that much of the matter was rejected some years ago by persons who ought to be good judgesThe several appendices relate to electromagnetic waves in general save the one on rational units There is some progress to report Of the three stages to Salvation two have been safely passed through namely the Awakening and the Repentance I am not alone in thinking that the third stage the Reformation is bound to comeI have good reason to be satisfied with the reception given to the first volume of this work Nearly all parts of it the outline of general theory the nomenclature the rational units the vector analysis and the waves and their application have been approved in this and other countries But Iregret that I have been able to make so little impression upon British official science as expressed by its late leader It is true that the KE law which set such unnecessary and unwarrantable restrictions upon.

PREFACE TO VOL IIFROM one point of view the present volume consists essentially of a detailed development of the mathematical theory of the propagation of plane electromagnetic waves in conducting dielectrics according to Maxwell's theory somewhat extended From another point of view it is the development of the theory of the propagation of waves along wires The connection of the two subjects was thoroughly explained in Chapter IV of Volume I which should be understood But on account of the important applications ranging from Atlantic telegraphy through ordinary telegraphy and telephony to Hertzian waves along wires I have usually preferred to express results in terms of the concrete voltage and current rather than the specific electric and magnetic forces belonging to a single tube of flux of energy The translation from one form to the other is uite easy when understood As far as space would permit I have tried to develop the theory as thoroughly as possible considering every kind of wave and including the calculation of the waves produced by multiple reflections Even the theory of the latest kind of so called wireless telegraphy Lodge Marconi etc has been somewhat anticipated since the waves sent up the vertical wire are hemispherical with their euatorial bases on the ground or sea which they run along in expanding See 60 Vol I; also 393 in this volume The investigations are based upon those in my Electrical Papers with considerable extensions My old predictions relating to skin conduction and to the possibilities of longdistance telephony have been abundantly verified in advancing practice ; and my old predictions relating to the behaviourof approximately distortionless circuits have also received fair support in the uantitative observation of Hertzian waves along wires The reader need not therefore fear that he may be muddling himself over fantastic theories void of practical significance whatever the scienticulist may sayThe mathematical methods employed are those which have proved themselves to me by practice to be those best suited to obtaining new results and advancing natural knowledge The general idea is to make the differential euations themselves perfectly definite so that the differential euation of a problem is actually its full solution the operational or differential solution though it may not be in obvious uantitative form The process of algebrisation or conversion from differential to algebraical form admitting of numerical treatment is of course very important Though it may be easy when the proper way of treatment has been found yet there has been a good deal of exploring work which makes no appearanceIn Chapter VIII I have given a condensed account of my researches on generalised differentiation and series a subject that grows naturally out ofthe operational way of working Although I think this subject has a large future yet I must warn the reader that there is no pretence of logical rigour and that much of the matter was rejected some years ago by persons who ought to be good judgesThe several appendices relate to electromagnetic waves in general save the one on rational units There is some progress to report Of the three stages to Salvation two have been safely passed through namely the Awakening and the Repentance I am not alone in thinking that the third stage the Reformation is bound to comeI have good reason to be satisfied with the reception given to the first volume of this work Nearly all parts of it the outline of general theory the nomenclature the rational units the vector analysis and the waves and their application have been approved in this and other countries But Iregret that I have been able to make so little impression upon British official science as expressed by its late leader It is true that the KE law which set such unnecessary and unwarrantable restrictions upo.

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