The point form of Gauss law is given by, Div(V) = ρv
State True/False.
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The Poisson equation cannot be determined from Laplace equation. State True/False.
Given the potential V = 25 sin θ, in free space, determine whether V satisfies Laplace’s equation.
If a potential V is 2V at x = 1mm and is zero at x=0 and volume charge density is 106εo, constant throughout the free space region between x = 0 and x = 1mm. Calculate V at x = 0.5mm.
Find the Laplace equation value of the following potential field
V = x^{2} – y^{2} + z^{2}
Find the Laplace equation value of the following potential field
V = ρ cosφ + z
Find the Laplace equation value of the following potential field V = r cos θ + φ
The Laplacian operator cannot be used in which one the following?
When a potential satisfies Laplace equation, then it is said to be
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