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Electrodynamics with non-linear constitutive laws and memory effects

McGhee, Des F. and Picard, Rainer H. (2004) Electrodynamics with non-linear constitutive laws and memory effects. In: ECCOMAS 2004, 2004-07-24 - 2004-07-28.

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Abstract

Maxwell's equations governing the propagation of electro-magnetic fields are considered in conjunction with a class of material relations, which are capable of repre- senting memory effects and time delay.