Kade Reese
2022-07-22
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Two charged bodies create a superposition of electrostatic fields at a point and there is no evidence of fields interference. Now, if we put two current circuits around the charged bodies then we create also magnetic fields and as a consequence two electromagnetic fields. If the electrostatic field and the magnetic field from the two positions don't interfere as waves when independently acting will their combination in the form of electromagnetic field show interference properties when combined?

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Wayne Everett

Answered 2022-07-23
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EM waves interfere according to the mathematics of superposition. So there will be superposition and interference (constructive or destructive) of the E field and B field.

There won't be waves, because there is no time-based oscillation in the situation you described.

There won't be waves, because there is no time-based oscillation in the situation you described.

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