Electromagnetic Vortices

Multidisciplinary research outcomes linking electromagnetic vortices to nanophotonics, quantum, wireless communications, astronomy, and optical forces are presented, which may serve to inspire interest from scientists and engineers ...

Electromagnetic Vortices

Discover the most recent advances in electromagnetic vortices In Electromagnetic Vortices: Wave Phenomena and Engineering Applications, a team of distinguished researchers delivers a cutting-edge treatment of the research and development of electromagnetic vortex waves, including their related wave properties and several potentially transformative applications. The book is divided into three parts. The editors first include resources that describe the generation, sorting, and manipulation of vortex waves, as well as descriptions of interesting wave behavior in the infrared and optical regimes with custom-designed nanostructures. They then discuss the generation, multiplexing, and propagation of vortex waves at the microwave and millimeter-wave frequencies. Finally, the selected contributions discuss several representative practical applications of vortex waves from a system perspective. With coverage that incorporates demonstration examples from a wide range of related sub-areas, this essential edited volume also offers: Thorough introductions to the generation of optical vortex beams and transformation optical vortex wave synthesizers Comprehensive explorations of millimeter-wave metasurfaces for high-capacity and broadband generation of vector vortex beams, as well as OAM detection and its observation in second harmonic generations Practical discussions of microwave SPP circuits and coding metasurfaces for vortex beam generation and orbital angular momentum-based structured radio beams and their applications In-depth examinations of OAM multiplexing using microwave circuits for near-field communications and wireless power transmission Perfect for students of wireless communications, antenna/RF design, optical communications, and nanophotonics, Electromagnetic Vortices: Wave Phenomena and Engineering Applications is also an indispensable resource for researchers at large defense contractors and government labs.

Sedona Vortex 2000

Page Bryant's spiritual contacts stated that vortices of Sedona are " electromagnetic . " Science tells us that everything in the known universe is part of the electromagnetic spectrum . My own investigations have shown that ...

Sedona Vortex 2000

Celebrate the Secrets of Sedona Richard Dannelley presents exciting new material about the vortices based on many years of personal observation and research. You'll discover how the Earth creates vortices, and you'll experience Sedona's healing energies. This book also incorporates material from Richard's other books: Sedona Power Spot, Vortex and Medicine Wheel Guide; Sedona: Beyond the Vortex; and Sedona UFO Connection.

Vibratory Modernism

function of electromagnetic fields in the nineteenth century. Indeed, Thomson's work accorded well with that of James Clerk Maxwell, who also developed a model of the ether as a 'vortex and idle wheel' whereby magnetic fields were ...

Vibratory Modernism

Vibratory Modernism is a collection of original essays that show how vibrations provide a means of bridging science and art - two fields that became increasingly separate in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

Nonlinear and Turbulent Processes in Physics

V. M. Yanenko 1089 The Generation of Solitons and Vortices from Chaos. V. V. Yan'kov . . 1095 The Weak-Turbulence Theory of Wind Wave Prediction. V. E. Zakhorov and M. M. Zaslavskii 1101 Nonlinear Electromagnetic Wave Dissipation in an ...

Nonlinear and Turbulent Processes in Physics


Biological Antenna to the Humanoid Bot

Electromagnetic Resonances in Biomaterials Pushpendra Singh, Kanad Ray, Anirban Bandyopadhyay. 1. The evolution of virus in Chap. ... In HBS, we have created antenna with a triangular sharp design to generate electromagnetic vortices.

Biological Antenna to the Humanoid Bot

The book outlines a pathway to the development of fusion of electromagnetic resonance and artificial intelligence which will dominate the world of communication engineering. Electromagnetic resonance is fundamental to all biomaterials. The authors explore the peculiarities of this typical resonance behaviour in the literatures and provide the key points where the research should direct. Biological antennas are inspiring designing of several electromagnetic devices. From biomimetic engineering to humanoid bots a revolution is undergoing. Authors include entire development in the form of a book along with their contribution to this field.

A Treatise on Magnetism and Electricity Vol I Il Maps Tables Diagrams

Electromagnetic Analogy . ... Cyclic Irrotational Motion regarded as due to Vortex Sheets on Bounding Surfaces . ... Action of Rectilineal Vortices Pages 255—275 CHAPTER IX ELEMENTARY FACTS AND THEORY OF ELECTROMAGNETISM Magnetic Fields ...

A Treatise on Magnetism and Electricity  Vol  I   Il  Maps  Tables  Diagrams


A Treatise on Magnetism and Electricity

Electromagnetic Analogy . ... Cyclic Irrotational Motion regarded as due to Vortex Sheets on Bounding Surfaces . ... Action of Rectilineal Vortices Pages 255—275 CHAPTER IX ELEMENTARY FACTS AND THEORY OF ELECTROMAGNETISM Magnetic Fields ...

A Treatise on Magnetism and Electricity


Reflections on the Practice of Physics

James Clerk Maxwell's Methodological Odyssey in Electromagnetism Giora Hon, Bernard R. Goldstein ... molecular vortices, while the latter offers at the micro-level a mechanical imitation of electromagnetic phenomena at the macro-level.

Reflections on the Practice of Physics

This monograph examines James Clerk Maxwell’s contributions to electromagnetism to gain insight into the practice of science by focusing on scientific methodology as applied by scientists. First and foremost, this study is concerned with practices that are reflected in scientific texts and the ways scientists frame their research. The book is therefore about means and not ends.

The Dawning of Gauge Theory

manifestations of the topology of the electromagnetic gauge theories are in the Aharonov - Bohm effect mentioned in the Introduction and in the appearance of vortices in superconductors [ 8 ] . The compactness of the electromagnetic ...

The Dawning of Gauge Theory

During the course of this century, gauge invariance has slowly emerged from being an incidental symmetry of electromagnetism to being a fundamental geometrical principle underlying the four known fundamental physical interactions. The development has been in two stages. In the first stage (1916-1956) the geometrical significance of gauge-invariance gradually came to be appreciated and the original abelian gauge-invariance of electromagnetism was generalized to non-abelian gauge invariance. In the second stage (1960-1975) it was found that, contrary to first appearances, the non-abelian gauge-theories provided exactly the framework that was needed to describe the nuclear interactions (both weak and strong) and thus provided a universal framework for describing all known fundamental interactions. In this work, Lochlainn O'Raifeartaigh describes the former phase. O'Raifeartaigh first illustrates how gravitational theory and quantum mechanics played crucial roles in the reassessment of gauge theory as a geometric principle and as a framework for describing both electromagnetism and gravitation. He then describes how the abelian electromagnetic gauge-theory was generalized to its present non-abelian form. The development is illustrated by including a selection of relevant articles, many of them appearing here for the first time in English, notably by Weyl, Schrodinger, Klein, and London in the pre-war years, and by Pauli, Shaw, Yang-Mills, and Utiyama after the war. The articles illustrate that the reassessment of gauge-theory, due in a large measure to Weyl, constituted a major philosophical as well as technical advance.

Physical Properties of High Temperature Superconductors IV

In treating the nature of the interlayer coupling for vortices , both electromagnetic and Josephson coupling will be ... A. Nature of the Interlayer Vortex Coupling The emphasis of this section is the interesting case of B || C ...

Physical Properties of High Temperature Superconductors IV

This volume contains two chapters of direct interest for applications: The magnetic vortex states and transformations and the effects of c-axis coupling on the transport properties. In addition, the isotope effect is reviewed, since reliable data on ultra-pure samples are now available. The lattice vibrations (phonons) have been explored extensively by inelastic neutron scattering and infrared absorption and these types of data are reviewed as well. The interesting properties of the superconducting doped fullerenes are described; some of their most fundamental properties are shared by the superconducting cuprates. This book with its subject index, like the earlier three volumes in this series, will be found useful both by people entering the field and by workers who are already active in it.

Energy Research Abstracts

25134 ( DOE / ET / 53088—222 ) Intrinsic electromagnetic solitary vortices in magnetized plasma . ... Several Rossby type vortex solutions constructed for electromagnetic perturbations in magnetized plasma encounter the difficulty that ...

Energy Research Abstracts


Multivalued Fields in Condensed Matter Electromagnetism and Gravitation

Vortices. in. London. Equations. The development in the last section allows us to correct the London equations. ... Taking the curl of Eq. (7.32) in the London limit with the same fixing of vortex and electromagnetic gauge, ...

Multivalued Fields in Condensed Matter  Electromagnetism  and Gravitation

This book lays the foundations of the theory of fluctuating multivalued fields with numerous applications. Most prominent among these are phenomena dominated by the statistical mechanics of line-like objects, such as the phase transitions in superfluids and superconductors as well as the melting process of crystals, and the electromagnetic potential as a multivalued field that can produce a condensate of magnetic monopoles. In addition, multivalued mappings play a crucial role in deriving the physical laws of matter coupled to gauge fields and gravity with torsion from the laws of free matter. Through careful analysis of each of these applications, the book thus provides students and researchers with supplementary reading material for graduate courses on phase transitions, quantum field theory, gravitational physics, and differential geometry.

Physics and Materials Science of Vortex States Flux Pinning and Dynamics

The fact that there is an analogy between the motion of vortices in magnetically coupled superconductors and a Josephson junction implies that the system examined here is sensitive to external electromagnetic radiation : because ...

Physics and Materials Science of Vortex States  Flux Pinning and Dynamics

Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute, Kusadasi, Turkey, July 26-August 8, 1998

Singular Optics

... 282 angles of rotation for planes waves, 285 annihilating in pairs of vortices, 285 components, 279 conceptual difficulties with, 266–268 example, 285 first optical vortex, 268–275 observations, 275–279 power flow in electromagnetic ...

Singular Optics

"This engagingly written text provides a useful pedagogical introduction to an extensive class of geometrical phenomena in the optics of polarization and phase, including simple explanations of much of the underlying mathematics." —Michael Berry, University of Bristol, UK "The author covers a vast number of topics in great detail, with a unifying mathematical treatment. It will be a useful reference for both beginners and experts...." —Enrique Galvez, Charles A. Dana Professor of Physics and Astronomy, Colgate University "a firm and comprehensive grounding both for those looking to acquaint themselves with the field and those of us that need reminding of the things we thought we knew, but hitherto did not understand: an essential point of reference." —Miles Padgett, Kelvin Chair of Natural Philosophy and Vice Principal (Research), University of Glasgow This book focuses on the various forms of wavefield singularities, including optical vortices and polarization singularities, as well as orbital angular momentum and associated applications. It highlights how an understanding of singular optics provides a completely different way to look at light. Whereas traditional optics focuses on the shape and structure of the non-zero portions of the wavefield, singular optics describes a wave’s properties from its null regions. The contents cover the three main areas of the field: the study of generic features of wavefields, determination of unusual properties of vortices and wavefields that contain singularities, and practical applications of vortices and other singularities.

Environmental and Space Electromagnetics

14.2 Discovery of a New Electromagnetic Phenomenon in the Atmosphere: An Electrified Vortex and Its Physical Properties as Revealed by Patterned Ground Traces and Radio-Frequency, Electromagnetic, Acoustic and Luminous Effects G.T. ...

Environmental and Space Electromagnetics

This book is based on the updated versions of a lively mixture of tutorials, topical papers, and scientific and technological contributions collected from the International URSI Symposium on Environmental and Space Electromagnetics held in Tokyo on 4-6 September, 1989. It was sponsored by the International Union of Radio Science (URSI) as an activity of Commission E (Chairman: present editor) preceding the URSI General Assembly in Prague, Czechoslovakia in 1990. The aim was an exchange of information and views to highlight the state of the art in radio science and interdisciplinary areas. Along this line, the editor has attempted to cover quite new, novel or unconventional subjects besides more traditional or conventional ones. Although a great many subjects have apparently been covered, this book has been edited so the reader can find some common concepts or views presented. On this basis, a group of many subjects can be treated in a unified fashion, and new ideas and views can be gained as a most valuable addition to current knowledge. This is one of the major features of this volume that cannot be found in any of the monographs or proceedings that cover a narrow range oflimited topics. Its broad scope does not stand for presentation in a superficial and shallow manner, but stands for a strong focus on the search for a common nature in basic concepts or views in apparently diverse subjects, and a focus on the advanced or innovatory nature of each contribution.

Teaching Scientific Inquiry

Here the relationships between vortices need to be considered. imagines the model (Model 3, my representation of a ... The idle-wheel and vortex mechanism is not the cause of electromagnetic induction; it represents only the causal ...

Teaching Scientific Inquiry

What are scientific inquiry practices like today? How should schools approach inquiry in science education? Teaching Science Inquiry presents the scholarly papers and practical conversations that emerged from the exchanges at a two-day conference of distinctive North American ‘science studies’ and ‘learning science’scholars.

The Self evolving Cosmos

... while different stages of Individuation are surely distinct within the relatively tight temporal coiling of the gluonic vortex, in relation to the more “loosely wound” circulations of the weak and electromagnetic vortices, ...

The Self evolving Cosmos

This unique book offers an original way of thinking about two of the most significant problems confronting modern theoretical physics: the unification of the forces of nature and the evolution of the universe. In bringing out the inadequacies of the prevailing approach to these questions, the author demonstrates the need for more than just a new theory. The meanings of space and time themselves must be radically rethought, which requires a whole new philosophical foundation. To this end, the book turns to the phenomenological writings of Maurice Merleau-Ponty and Martin Heidegger. Their insights into space and time bring the natural world to life in a manner well-suited to the dynamic phenomena of contemporary physics. In aligning continental thought with problems in physics and cosmology, the book makes use of topology . Phenomenological intuitions about space and time are systematically fleshed out via an unconventional and innovative approach to this qualitative branch of mathematics. The author''s pioneering work in topological phenomenology is applied to such topics as quantum gravity, cosmogony, symmetry, spin, vorticity, dimension theory, Kaluza-Klein and string theories, fermion-boson interrelatedness, hypernumbers, and the mind-matter interface. Sample Chapter(s). Chapter 1: Introduction Individuation and the Quest for Unity (77 KB). Contents: Introduction: Individuation and the Quest for Unity; The Obstacle to Unification in Modern Physics; The Phenomenological Challenge to the Classical Formula; Topological Phenomenology; The Dimensional Family of Topological Spinors; Basic Principles of Dimensional Transformation; Waves Carrying Waves: The Co-Evolution of Lifeworlds; The Forces of Nature; Cosmogony, Symmetry, and Phenomenological Intuition; The Self-Evolving Cosmos; The Psychophysics of Cosmogony. Readership: Philosophically-oriented readers drawn to current developments in physics and cosmology. For academics and scientists dealing with the foundations of physics, the philosophy of science in general, and or contemporary phenomenological thought.

Seven Planes of Existence

VORTICES. AND. PORTALS. Vortex. Energy. A vortex is spinning electromagnetic activity that can cause a portal to be formed. When combinations of metals are in one place in the Earth, an electromagnetic field can create vortex energy.

Seven Planes of Existence

First developed twenty years ago by Vianna Stibal, ThetaHealing is essentially applied quantum physics. Using a theta brain wave, which until now was believed to be accessible only in deep sleep or yogi-level meditation, the practitioner is able to connect with the energy of All That Is – the energy in everything – to witness healings of the physical body, and to identify and change limiting beliefs. This book is for those who have already started to experience the magic of this energy healing modality, and wish to deepen their understanding of the Seven Planes of Existence – the philosophy behind the creation of ThetaHealing. Vianna presents exciting new information to help you take your skill with this work to the next level, and brings the reader into dimensions that she believes to be the beginnings of life itself, on a journey that leads outward, past the universe, to transform beliefs, showing that with a theta state of mind it is possible to connect to a Divine Energy before it becomes anything in this universe.

The Maxwellians

In his 1861–62 paper “On Physical Lines of Force,” Maxwell made these vortices the basis of his well-known mechanical model of the electromagnetic field. This consisted of an array of elastic vortex cells separated by layers of tiny ...

The Maxwellians

James Clerk Maxwell published the Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism in 1873. At his death, six years later, his theory of the electromagnetic field was neither well understood nor widely accepted. By the mid-1890s, however, it was regarded as one of the most fundamental and fruitful of all physical theories. Bruce J. Hunt examines the joint work of a group of young British physicists—G. F. FitzGerald, Oliver Heaviside, and Oliver Lodge—along with a key German contributor, Heinrich Hertz. It was these "Maxwellians" who transformed the fertile but half-finished ideas presented in the Treatise into the concise and powerful system now known as "Maxwell's theory."

Plasmonics Theory and Applications

In particular, electromagnetic vortices form in the interference field of the waves propagating through random, turbulent and chaotic media and are manifested as dark points in the speckle fields. However, their presence causes trouble ...

Plasmonics  Theory and Applications

This contributed volume summarizes recent theoretical developments in plasmonics and its applications in physics, chemistry, materials science, engineering, and medicine. It focuses on recent advances in several major areas of plasmonics including plasmon-enhanced spectroscopies, light scattering, many-body effects, nonlinear optics, and ultrafast dynamics. The theoretical and computational methods used in these investigations include electromagnetic calculations, density functional theory calculations, and nonequilibrium electron dynamics calculations. The book presents a comprehensive overview of these methods as well as their applications to various current problems of interest.