Cover: An analytically solvable model for the electromagnetic fields produced by nuclear explosions

An analytically solvable model for the electromagnetic fields produced by nuclear explosions

Published 1963

by William Sollfrey

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A theoretical expanding electromagnetic field structure analogous to that produced by a nuclear blast. The model displays time-and-space varying conductivity and current, but it can be solved analytically. Resulting field magnitudes and rates of change are moderate

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