13 févr. Il faut partir de la loi de Biot-Savart et exprimer le champ dB créé en un point qcp de l’espace M par un élément de courant Idl. Attention aux. Biot-Savart law Jean-Baptiste Biot. 0 references. Félix Savart . Biot’n ja Savartin laki; frwiki Loi de Biot et Savart; glwiki Lei de Biot–Savart; hewiki חוק ביו- סבר. 13 juil. View biot_savart_application from DV DD at Electronics Industries Training Centre (ELITC). Utilisations de la loi de Biot et Savart Alexandre.

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It relates the magnetic field to the magnitude, direction, length, and proximity of the electric current. The Biot—Savart law is fundamental to magnetostaticsplaying a role similar to that of Coulomb’s law in electrostatics.

When magnetostatics does not apply, the Biot—Savart law should be replaced by Jefimenko’s equations. The Biot—Savart law is used for computing the resultant magnetic field B at position r in 3D-space generated by a steady current I for example due to a wire.

A steady or stationary current is a continual flow of charges which does not change with time and the charge neither accumulates nor depletes at any point. The law is a physical example of a line integralbeing evaluated over the path C in which the electric currents flow e.

The equation in SI units is [3]. The symbols in boldface denote vector quantities. The integral is usually around a closed curvesince stationary electric currents can only flow around closed paths when they are bounded. However, the law also applies to infinitely long wires as used in the definition of the SI unit of electric current – the Ampere.

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Holding that point fixed, the line integral over the path of the electric current is calculated to find the total magnetic field at that point. The application of this law implicitly relies on the superposition principle for magnetic fields, i.


There is also a 2D version of the Biot-Savart equation, used when the sources are invariant in one direction. The resulting formula is:.

The formulations given above work well when the current lok be approximated as running through an infinitely-narrow wire. If the conductor has some thickness, the proper formulation of the Biot—Savart law again in SI units is:. In the case of a point charged particle q moving at a constant velocity vMaxwell’s equations give the following expression for the electric field and magnetic field: These equations are called the “Biot—Savart law for a point charge” [6] due to its closely analogous form to the “standard” Biot—Savart law given previously.

These equations were first derived by Oliver Heaviside in The Biot—Savart law can be used in the calculation of magnetic responses even at the atomic or molecular level, e.

The Biot—Savart law is also used in aerodynamic theory to calculate the velocity induced by vortex lines. In the aerodynamic application, the roles of vorticity and current are reversed in comparison to the magnetic application. In Maxwell’s paper ‘On Physical Lines of Force’, [7] magnetic field strength H was directly equated with pure vorticity spinwhereas B was a weighted vorticity that was weighted for the density of the vortex sea.

The electric current equation can be viewed as a convective current of electric charge that involves linear motion.

By analogy, the magnetic equation is an inductive current involving spin. There is no linear motion in the inductive current along the direction of the B vector.

Biot–Savart law

Sqvart magnetic inductive current represents lines of force. In particular, it represents lines of inverse square law force. In aerodynamics the induced air currents form solenoidal rings around a vortex axis.

Analogy can be made that the vortex axis is playing the role that electric current plays in magnetism. This puts the air currents of aerodynamics fluid velocity field into the equivalent role of the magnetic induction vector B in electromagnetism. In electromagnetism the B lines form solenoidal rings around the source electric current, whereas in aerodynamics, the air currents velocity form solenoidal rings around the source vortex axis.


Hence in electromagnetism, the vortex plays the role of ‘effect’ whereas in aerodynamics, the vortex plays the role of ’cause’. Yet when we look at the B lines in isolation, we see eavart the aerodynamic scenario in so much as that B is the vortex axis and H is the circumferential velocity as in Maxwell’s paper. In two dimensionsfor a vortex line of infinite length, the induced velocity at a point is given by. This is similar to the magnetic field produced on a plane by an infinitely long straight thin wire normal to the plane.

This is a limiting case of the formula for vortex segments of finite length similar to a finite wire:.

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Since the divergence of a curl is always zero, this establishes Gauss’s law for magnetism. Finally, plugging in the relations [8]. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Part of a series of articles about Electromagnetism Electricity Magnetism Electrostatics. Electromagnetic tensor stress—energy svaart.

B was seen as a kind of magnetic current of vortices aligned in their axial planes, with H being the circumferential velocity of the vortices. Curl mathematics and vector calculus identities.

Random House Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary. Buot Electrodynamics 3rd ed. Introduction to Electrodynamics 3rd ed. Archived from the original on Retrieved 25 December The presentation in Griffiths is particularly thorough, with all the details spelled out.

Retrieved from ” https: Archived copy as title Wikipedia articles with GND identifiers. Views Read Edit View history. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. This page was last edited on 17 Decemberat By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Savarh and Privacy Policy. Covariant formulation Electromagnetic tensor stress—energy tensor Four-current Electromagnetic four-potential. Starting with the Biot—Savart law: