|Jul25-12, 04:51 PM||#1|
complex form of poisson equation
I am trying to solve the complex form of poisson equation ∇[ε(x)∇V(x)] = -1/εo ρ(x)
with complex permittivity.
If I introduce complex permittivity ε = εr - j σ/(εow), then I must introduce a complex potential ,V = Vr + jVi.
That means the charge density, ρ, must also take a complex form, but I'm not sure what to make of that.
For my boundary conditions, I have the real part of the voltage measured from the oscilloscope, and the real charge density I compute through the conservation equations.
Any help on this topic? I can't find much on this on internet.
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