Recognising the importance of the A Vector Potential:
The A Vector Potential is significant to understanding Magnetisium. We may or may not be looking at an entire picture of Magnetisium but this is instrumental and experiment supports this important concept.
In the very famous "The Feynman Lectures on Physics (3 Volume Set)" by the famous Richard Feynman, he dedicated an entire lecture and chapter, (Chapter 15 - Vector Potential), to the Vector Potential. Richard Feynman made the Vector Potential standard Science, showing it's importance in Math and explaining where it lay with its brother the component Phi. Listen to the Audio Lecture: Click Here
Dynamic Magnetic Field (B):
An inductor, or solenoid, will take time to charge and reach its maximum magnetic field potential for a given input. The Time Constant is t = L/R. It takes 5 time constants to charge an Inductor to 99.5% of its total capacity. At this point, any input you put into your inductor is not stored in the form of a Magnetic Field, your input just supports the Magnetic Field and is classed as an IR loss, typically lost in the form of heat.
Where: N = North Pole. S = South Pole. A= A Vector Potential.
Please Note: A Permanent Magnet has a Static A Vector Potential, Not Drawn in the above diagram.
The above illustration shows the difference between a static Permanent Magnet and the dynamic charging of an inductor. The reverse is true when the Inductor Discharges.
The Sine of the A Vector Potential:
The sine, or direction of the curl, of the A Vector Potential does not change unless the Magnetic Field Changes Sine or direction. Its classical Right Hand Rule, that applies to the configuration you are working with.
The A Vector Potential is Electrical in Nature:
Richard Feynman has shows in his lectures that this is true, the A Vector Potential is the Magnetic Fields Electrical Component if one were to think of it this way. Tom Bearden has described two types of the A Vector Potential, the known Mathematical Term for the equivalence of B to A is:
Tom Bearden explains the Time Rate of Change of the A Vector Potential:
Tom Bearden may well be describing the leading edge of the A Vector Potential as it is dynamically moving. The above leads one to think that the Electric Field surrounds each Magnetic Flux line out in space at the same time that exhibits the same Curl characteristics as we have also seen above.
What is above is as is below:
A Visualisation of the A Vector Potential could be seen by looking at the biggest permanent Magnet we have ever studied:
How does this relate to the world?
Without an understanding of the A Vector Potential, devices like this would not be possible. This device and the understanding of it are key to seeing a new future. The principals apply to a huge variety amazing devices in the future. I fail to understand why these principals have not been brought about and used, they seem to be suppressed. Click Here for more detailed information.
Another very good video on the A Vector Potential: