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Physical mesomechanics as a field theory


The theoretical foundation of physical mesomechanics is viewed as a field theory analogous to electrodynamics. The electromagnetic field is reviewed as a compensation field necessary to make the Shrцdinger equation invariant under local phase transformation on the wave function of a charged particle. The derivation of the Maxwell equation based on this view is reviewed, and the basic equation of physical mesomechanics is characterized as a field equation analogous to the Maxwell equation. The underlying mechanism for this compensation effect is argued in terms of the broad sense of the Lenz law and its physical interpretation is discussed.


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hal-01093825 , version 1 (11-12-2014)


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S Yoshida. Physical mesomechanics as a field theory. Physical Mesomechanics, 2005, 8 (5-6), pp.15.20. ⟨hal-01093825⟩
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