## Classical Electrodynamics |

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This is called a Dirichlet problem , or Dirichlet

plausible that specification of the electric ... Specification of the normal derivative

is known as the Neumann

This is called a Dirichlet problem , or Dirichlet

**boundary conditions**. Similarly it isplausible that specification of the electric ... Specification of the normal derivative

is known as the Neumann

**boundary condition**. We now proceed to prove these ...Page 18

10 Formal Solution of Electrostatic Boundary - Value Problem with Green ' s

Function Da The solution of Poisson ' s or Laplace ' s equation in a finite volume

V with either Dirichlet or Neumann

S ...

10 Formal Solution of Electrostatic Boundary - Value Problem with Green ' s

Function Da The solution of Poisson ' s or Laplace ' s equation in a finite volume

V with either Dirichlet or Neumann

**boundary conditions**on the bounding surfaceS ...

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40 ) means that we can make the surface integral depend only on the chosen

type of

: G ( x , x ' ) = 0 for x ' on S ( 1 . 43 ) Then the first term in the surface integral in ( 1 .

40 ) means that we can make the surface integral depend only on the chosen

type of

**boundary conditions**. Thus , for Dirichlet**boundary conditions**we demand: G ( x , x ' ) = 0 for x ' on S ( 1 . 43 ) Then the first term in the surface integral in ( 1 .

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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