On some applications of Galilean electrodynamics of moving bodies

M. de Montigny, G. Rousseaux
2007 American Journal of Physics  
We discuss the seminal article in which Le Bellac and Lévy-Leblond have identified two Galilean limits of electromagnetism [1], and its modern implications. Recent works have shed a new light on the choice of gauge conditions in classical electromagnetism. We discuss various applications and experiments, such as in quantum mechanics, superconductivity, electrodynamics of continuous media, etc. Much of the current technology, where waves are not taken into account, is actually based on Galilean electromagnetism
doi:10.1119/1.2772289 fatcat:gekum2fxcbcqtjub4wvost6c4y