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3 A cylindrical conductor of

centered a distance d from , the cylinder axis ( d + b < a ) . The current density is

uniform throughout the remaining metal of the cylinder and is parallel to the axis .

3 A cylindrical conductor of

**radius**a has a hole of**radius**b bored parallel to , andcentered a distance d from , the cylinder axis ( d + b < a ) . The current density is

uniform throughout the remaining metal of the cylinder and is parallel to the axis .

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The characteristic velocity of pinching is given by ( 10 . 60 ) . order of 103 volts /

cm and initial densities of the order of 10 - 8 gm / cm3 ( ~ 3 x 1015 deuterons / cm

' ) ...

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**Radius**of plasma column as a function of time after initiation of current flow .The characteristic velocity of pinching is given by ( 10 . 60 ) . order of 103 volts /

cm and initial densities of the order of 10 - 8 gm / cm3 ( ~ 3 x 1015 deuterons / cm

' ) ...

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A spherical hole of

electromagnetic resonant cavity . ( a ) Assuming infinite conductivity , determine

the transcendental equations for the characteristic frequencies win of the cavity

for TE and ...

A spherical hole of

**radius**a in a conducting medium can serve as anelectromagnetic resonant cavity . ( a ) Assuming infinite conductivity , determine

the transcendental equations for the characteristic frequencies win of the cavity

for TE and ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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