387(2): Scheme of Computation for ECE2 Electrostatics and Magnetostatics

It is argued that the same four foundational antisymmetry laws (1) to (4) always apply to both subject areas, in which the material scalar and vector potentials are the same, and defined b yEqs. (9) and (10). All four antisymmetry laws must always be obeyed in both subject areas. On the ECE level there are the material electric field strength E and magnetic flux density B, and their vacuum equivalents, defined by Eqs. (30) and (31). In the standard model (Maxwell Heaviside (MH) theory) there are no vacuum fields and the vacuum is not structured by a spin connection four vector. MH theory violates conservation of antisymmetry as first shown in UFT131 ff. So MH theory is obsolete in very many ways and can be replaced by ECE2, a much richer and more powerful unified field theory. All the development in this note can be used for ECE2 gravitation and fluid dynamics. This gives a very large number of new insights in physics and practical engineering. Electrostatics is defined by Eqs. (36) to (38) and magnetostatic by Eqs. (33) to (35). The spin connection four vector is the same in both subject areas, and the scalar and vector potentials are defined by Eqs. (9) and (10) in both subject areas.


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