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Isha lohan Asked a Question
September 3, 2020 4:07 pmpts 30 pts
Last Maxwell's Equations calculates curl of B. Does it guarantees us that curl of B should never be zero? In what conditions curl of B can be zero? What does it physically signifies that curl of B is zero somewhere in space?
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  • Vaishali sharma Best Answer
    because for charge free region rho and J is zero and for static medium dE/dt =0
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    Isha lohan
    okay. it means that we can consider the case of bar magnet here.
  • Ravi prakash yadav thankyou
    in free space and electrostatic condition curl of B is zero. Because in electrostatics all charges and Electric field is stationary. there is no variation with time. hence dE/dt=0....
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  • Ruby negi
    curl of B is not zero alwys, it is zero when Either j Is zero or E is zero ..
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    Chandra dhawan
    yes
  • Chandra dhawan
    no dear curl of B is not zero
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    Chandra dhawan
    charge free statics medium , it would be zero
  • Vaishali sharma
    for charge free static medium it would be zero
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    Vaishali sharma
    hope It's clear ....is it?
  • Isha lohan
    suppose I take bar magnet. then current density J would be zero, as well as there is no time changing electric field, so both terms at RHS are zero. then in that condition, do we...
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