Glushko Vladimir Pavlovich, director of TOO “Glushko Physics and Technics Laboratory”
Glushko Vladimir Vladimirovich, senior researcher at “Glushko Physics and Technics Laboratory”
Glushko Vitaliy Vladimirovich, senior researcher at “Glushko Physics and Technics Laboratory”
The article contains experimental proofs of the absence of a vortex electric field in the phenomenon of Faraday’s electromagnetic induction under relative motion of a magnet and a conductor in the laboratory reference system. Electrodynamic forces arising from the relative motion of a charged particle and a magnetic field are forces of interaction, that is, they are formed only at the points of contact of a particle with a magnetic field. The physical carrier of these forces is not present in points of space where there is no magnetic field, for example, around the time-varying magnetic flux. Thus, the existing problem of the dichotomy of electromagnetic induction, appearing between the interpretations of the physical essence of induction, given by D. Maxwell and M. Faraday, is resolved in favor of M. Faraday. This circumstance makes it possible to distinguish two wave processes realized in the physical vacuum in the form of magnetic and electric waves. The first of them are transverse waves, while the latter are longitudinal waves in a physical vacuum.
KEYWORDS: relativism, electromagnetism, electromagnetic induction according to M. Faraday and J. Maxwell, dichotomy, magnetic and electric waves.