Electrodynamics of non- and slow moving layered media with boundary condition of full current continuity

  • N.N. Grinchik A.V. Luikov Heat and Mass Transfer Institute of the National Academy of Sciences, Minsk, Republic of Belarus
  • A.D. Chorny A.V. Luikov Heat and Mass Transfer Institute of the National Academy of Sciences, Minsk, Republic of Belarus
Keywords: Electromagnetic wave, heterogeneous medium, surface-impedance matrix, induced surface charge, boundary conditions, electrodiffusion phenomena in electrolytes, energy density, heat in electrodynamics, aeroacoustics


The consistent physical and mathematical model of propagation of an electromagnetic wave in a heterogeneous medium is constructed using the generalized wave equation and the Dirichlet theorem. Twelve conditions at the interfaces of adjacent media are obtained and justified without using a surface charge and surface current in explicit form. The conditions are fulfilled automatically in each section of calculation schemes. A consistent physical and mathematical model of interaction of nonstationary electric and thermal fields in a layered medium with allowance or mass transfer is constructed.


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