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Namely, this term represents either the ohmic power loss if J is a conduction current density or the power required to accelerate charges if J is a convection current arising from moving charges. In particular, if there is an energy source, then the product EJ is negative for that source and represents energy ﬂow out of the region. The other term on the right-hand side gives the ﬂow in through the domain boundary. 66) Z ~ ÞdV ¼ r Á ð~ E xH V I ~ Þ Á d~ ð~ E xH S ð2:67Þ S the volume integral transforms to the surface integral over the boundary, where d~ S is the outward drawn normal vector surface element.
The expression ~ E À rx~ B represents the total ﬁeld measured by a stationary observer. 2), the convection current term r~ v due to the motion of charge density and the current term due to the motion ~. 41) represent the total current which gives rise to the magnetic ﬁeld composed from conductive currents, convective currents, and the currents generated by the polarization change rate and the motion of polarized media. 4). 4) that results in ~ qD ~ Þ ¼ r~ rðrxH Jþr qt ! 3), gives the equation of continuity, that is, qr r~ J¼À qt ð2:44Þ The rate of charge moving out of a region is equal to the time rate of charge density decrease.
126). There are also many magnetostatic problems concerned with ﬁnding magnetic ﬁelds, in which at least a part of the domain of interest is free of electric currents. For such source-free domains, the curl of the magnetic ﬁeld H is equal to zero, ~¼0 rxH ð2:127Þ Since any zero-curl vector can be represented in terms of the gradient of a scalar function, the magnetic ﬁeld intensity for such cases may be written as ~ ¼ Àrjm H ð2:128Þ where the minus sign is taken to provide a convenient analogy with the case of electrostatic potential.