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1.10 Formal Solution of Electrostatic Boundary - Value Problem with Green's Function v = The solution of Poisson's ... on the bounding surface S can be obtained by means of Green's theorem ( 1.35 ) and so - called “ Green's functions .
Then it is convenient to express the Green's function as a series of products of the functions appropriate to the coordinates in question . We first illustrate the type of expansion involved by considering spherical coordinates .
The fields are given by 1 ДА cat ( 6.53 ) B = V X A E = 6.6 Green's Function for the Time - Dependent Wave Equation The wave equations ( 6.37 ) , ( 6.38 ) , and ( 6.52 ) all have the basic structure , vay - 1 əzy = -471f ( x , t ) ca ...
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Introduction to Electrostatics
BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I
TimeVarying Fields Maxwells Equations Con
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