- the branch of physics that deals with the interactions of electric, magnetic, and mechanical phenomena.
Origin of electrodynamics
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After all, aerodynamics and electrodynamics are just theories, too.Ask the Big Questions
Deepak Chopra, Leonard Mlodinow
October 26, 2011
Equations with several dependent variables occur in Elasticity, Electrodynamics, and Hydrodynamics.The New Gresham Encyclopedia
The history of electrodynamics is particularly instructive from our point of view.
It is a question before all of endeavoring to obtain a more satisfactory theory of the electrodynamics of bodies in motion.
Principles of electrodynamics, motion produced by an electric current—Ampère, France.The Story of Great Inventions
Elmer Ellsworth Burns
- (functioning as singular) the branch of physics concerned with the interactions between electrical and mechanical forces
- The scientific study of electric charge and electric and magnetic fields, along with the forces and motions those fields induce. See also electromagnetism.
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