**Variational Principle of Extremum in Electromechanical and Electrodynamic Systems**

by Solomon I. Khmelnik

**Publisher**: viXra 2012**ISBN/ASIN**: 141163344X**Number of pages**: 352

**Description**:

Here we shall formulate and prove the variational optimum principle for electromechanical systems of arbitrary configuration, in which electromagnetic, mechanical, thermal, hydraulic or other processes are going on. The principle is generalized for systems described by partial differential equations, including also Maxwell equations.

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