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

be obtained by means of Green's theorem (1.35) and so-called “Green's

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

**Function**The solution of Poisson's or Laplace's ... on the bounding surface S canbe obtained by means of Green's theorem (1.35) and so-called “Green's

**functions**.

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Then it is convenient to express the Green's

expansion involved by considering spherical coordinates. For the case of no ...

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 ofexpansion involved by considering spherical coordinates. For the case of no ...

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The fields are given by E - – 12* c 0t (6.53) B = V × A 6.6 Green's

Time-Dependent Wave Equation The wave equations (6.37), (6.38), and (6.52)

all have the basic structure, W*p — co as: = —4trf(x, t) (6.54) where f(x, t) is a ...

The fields are given by E - – 12* c 0t (6.53) B = V × A 6.6 Green's

**Function**for theTime-Dependent Wave Equation The wave equations (6.37), (6.38), and (6.52)

all have the basic structure, W*p — co as: = —4trf(x, t) (6.54) where f(x, t) is a ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

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