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SoLUTION. We use polar co-ordinates in a plane perpendicular to the axis of the

cylinder. The solution of the two-dimensional Laplace's equation which depends

only on a

SoLUTION. We use polar co-ordinates in a plane perpendicular to the axis of the

cylinder. The solution of the two-dimensional Laplace's equation which depends

only on a

**constant**vector is $1 =**constant**X Co-grad (log r) =**constant**X Co-r/r”.Page 57

Determine the difference between the heat capacity of of a plane disc in a field

perpendicular to it, with a

heat capacity & D at

Determine the difference between the heat capacity of of a plane disc in a field

perpendicular to it, with a

**constant**potential difference between its faces, and theheat capacity & D at

**constant**induction, the external pressure being maintained ...Page 195

The most symmetrical solution is that which is defined by an arbitrary

scalar. This solution is inapplicable, however, for the following reason: it would

be spherically symmetrical (H = H,(r)) and would have to be H =

order to ...

The most symmetrical solution is that which is defined by an arbitrary

**constant**scalar. This solution is inapplicable, however, for the following reason: it would

be spherically symmetrical (H = H,(r)) and would have to be H =

**constant**/r inorder to ...

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Methods of solving problems in electrostatics | 9 |

A conducting ellipsoid | 20 |

The forces on a conductor | 31 |

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