So we know that the EMF is induced by change of flux. The thing that was always confusing me is the following:
- we start changing the magnetic field
- which in turn induces electric field which makes charge carriers move
- this e-field also, in turn, makes another magnetic field that changes
- and the whole process seems to go ad infinitum from there!
As far as I understand, this is the basis for the electromagnetic radiation. But Faraday's equation takes into account only the "first" field that is changing, or so I was led to believe, e.g. when you're calculating the self-impedance of the solenoid, you will only look for the first derivative of the magnetic field caused by the current going through it, not all the subsequent magnetic fields.
Since it's also natural to assume that the Law is valid and my reasoning is wrong, where am I wrong?