A Closer Look at Magnetic Dipoles

Lillian Abbott (Editor)

Series: Physics Research and Technology
BISAC: SCI038000

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Closer Look at Magnetic Dipoles discusses the features of the electrodynamics acceleration of real physical bodies. For such an acceleration to be possible, the body must first be electrically charged. This can be done by irradiating the body with a beam of electrons or ions.

The authors formulate the neutrino magnetic moment from two points of view. The first approach takes into account the theory involved in the generation of neutrino magnetic moments through the analysis of several physics models. The second approach focuses on different astrophysical observations and terrestrial detectors developed to obtain bounds for the value of the neutrino magnetic moment.

The closing study demonstrates the use of half-space modelling through the mCSEM method to simulate the quasi-static behaviour of an ELF wave where a long loop wire is regarded as a vertical magnetic dipole excitating source.
(Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Chapter 1. Acceleration of Electrically Charged Bodies and Dipoles
(Sergey N. Dolya, PhD, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Russia)

Chapter 2. Perspectives of the Neutrino Magnetic Dipole Moment
(Carlos G. Tarazona, PhD. Universidad Manuela Beltrán, Departamento de Ciencias Básicas , Bogotá, Colombia, and Andrés Castillo, PhD. Universidad Sergio Arboleda, Escuela de Ciencias Exactas e Ingeniería, Bogotá, Colombia)

Chapter 3. ELF Wave Near-Field Propagation of a VMD along Sea-Rock Boundary
(Hong Lei Xua, PhD, Ting Ting Gub, PhD, and Hong Chen Yina, Science and Technology on Electromagnetic Scattering Laboratory, Department of Information Science and Electric Engineering, Zhejiang University, Beijing, China)

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