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General-relativistic free decay of magnetic fields in a spherically symmetric body
Physical Review D, Particles and fields
The decay of a magnetic field penetrating a compact spherical electrically conducting body and continuing in its nonconducting surroundings is systematically studied. The body, considered as a rough model of a compact spherical star, is assumed to be nonrotating and showing no internal motion, and so the metric of the spacetime is static and spherically symmetric. Starting from the absolute space formalism of curved-space electrodynamics the initial value problem for the magnetic field isdoi:10.1103/physrevd.64.083008 fatcat:duewomy3qnao3dogzoqcgg7dae