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  • ...sition is called after the German physiologist and physicist [[Hermann von Helmholtz]] (1821 – 1894). The Helmholtz decomposition may be formulated as follows.
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  • Decomposition of a vector field in a transverse (divergence-free) and a longitudinal (
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Helmholtz decomposition]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • #REDIRECT [[Helmholtz decomposition]]
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  • ...sition is called after the German physiologist and physicist [[Hermann von Helmholtz]] (1821 – 1894). The Helmholtz decomposition may be formulated as follows.
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  • {{r|Helmholtz decomposition}} {{r|Inhomogeneous Helmholtz equation}}
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  • Because of the [[Helmholtz decomposition]] of a general vector field, we can write Hence the Helmholtz decomposition of the electric field (together with Coulomb gauge) gives the
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  • ...the [[Maxwell equations]] for electromagnetic fields, in the [[Helmholtz decomposition]] of arbitrary vector fields, and in the [[equation of motion of fluids] From the [[Helmholtz decomposition]] follows that any ''curl-free vector field'' (also known as ''irrotatio
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  • ==Decomposition== It can be shown (see [[Helmholtz decomposition]]) that any vector field '''A'''('''r''') can be decomposed in two terms
    5 KB (928 words) - 09:59, 9 December 2009
  • {{r|Helmholtz decomposition}}
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  • {{r|Helmholtz decomposition}}
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  • {{r|Helmholtz decomposition}}
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  • {{r|Helmholtz decomposition}}
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  • {{r|Helmholtz decomposition}}
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  • From the [[Helmholtz decomposition]] of a vector field it follows that a divergence-free vector field can b
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  • which allows the introduction of a potential Φ:<ref name=Helmholtz> ...l free) vector field by a scalar potential is a consequence of [[Helmholtz decomposition]]: see {{cite book |title=Engineering electromagnetics |author=Nathan Id
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  • The [[Helmholtz decomposition]] of '''B'''('''r''') is,
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  • ...'B''', is a also referred to as a ''transverse field''. By the [[Helmholtz decomposition]], '''B''' can be written as
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  • which makes '''A''' into a [[Helmholtz decomposition|transverse field]].
    23 KB (3,635 words) - 17:14, 7 December 2009