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Magneto-Fluid Dynamics

Fundamentals and Case Studies of Natural Phenomena

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Magneto-Fluid Dynamics by Paul Lorrain
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This book provides an understanding of the physics at work in sunspots and solar coronal loops, and offers a new approach to Magneto-Fluid-Dynamics (or Magneto-Hydro-Dynamics).The book stresses the use of electric currents in Magneto-Fluid-Dynamics. As a rule, authors discuss magnetic field lines without referring to the required electric currents. It also stresses the importance of electric space charges inside conductors that move in magnetic fields.

Author Biography

Paul Lorrain is the main author of three books: Electromagnetic Fields and Waves, third edition 1988, Electromagnetism, Principles and Applications, second edition, 1990, and Fundamentals of Electromagnetic Phenomena, first edition 2000, all published by Freeman, New York. He is also the main author of 22 papers published in the last 22 years in major physics, astrophysics, and plasma physics journals. He has worked in universities and research institutes in several countries. He is presently Visiting Professor in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. Francois Lorrain is a co-author of the first and third of the above three books. He has also published a book, Reseaux sociaux et classifications sociales; essai sur l'algebre et la geometrie des structures sociales, Hermann, Paris, 1975. In relation to Magneto-Fluid-Dynamics, he has recently published an article entitled "Estimating the order of magnitude of derivatives in physics by means of characteristic lengths and times" in the American Journal of Physics, 72 (5), May 2004, pp. 683-690. Presently he teaches in the Departement de mathematiques et d'informatique, College Jean-de-Brebeuf, Montreal (QC), Canada.
Release date NZ
November 25th, 2010
Country of Publication
United States
Edition
Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2006
Illustrations
70 Illustrations, black and white; XXX, 319 p. 70 illus.
Imprint
Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
Pages
319
Dimensions
156x234x18
ISBN-13
9781441922137
Product ID
11081781

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