- pertaining to the force of electricity in motion.
- pertaining to electrodynamics.
Origin of electrodynamic
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And then the electrodynamic effects must depend only on this field.
We would still have to deal with an electrostatic effect, and in addition an electrodynamic effect would be observed.The inventions, researches and writings of Nikola Tesla
Thomas Commerford Martin
In 1846 Weber announced his famous hypothesis concerning the connexion of electrostatic and electrodynamic phenomena.
Finally, one word must be said on the subject of electrodynamic receivers, due to the same inventor.
Inconsistent hyphenation of word, 'electro-dynamic' and 'electrodynamic' both present in original text.
- operated by an electromotive force between current-carrying coilsan electrodynamic wattmeter
- of or relating to electrodynamics
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- Related to or employing the effects of changing electric and magnetic fields, along with the forces and motions those fields induce on objects with electric charge. Compare electrostatic.
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