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field E, and a tangential magnetic field He as for a perfect conductor. The values

of these fields are

First we

**assume**that just outside the conductor there exists only a normal electricfield E, and a tangential magnetic field He as for a perfect conductor. The values

of these fields are

**assumed**to have been obtained from the solution of an ...Page 241

John David Jackson. adequately by the methods of Section 8.1. A cylindrical

surface S of general cross-sectional contour is shown in Fig. 8.3. For simplicity,

the cross-sectional size and shape are

John David Jackson. adequately by the methods of Section 8.1. A cylindrical

surface S of general cross-sectional contour is shown in Fig. 8.3. For simplicity,

the cross-sectional size and shape are

**assumed**constant along the cylinder axis.Page 297

The dimensions of the hole are

wavelength of the electromagnetic fields which are

of the sheet. The problem is to calculate the diffracted fields on the other side of

the ...

The dimensions of the hole are

**assumed**to be very small compared to awavelength of the electromagnetic fields which are

**assumed**to exist on one sideof the sheet. The problem is to calculate the diffracted fields on the other side of

the ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

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