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Using quickfield

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Identitygiora
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Dec2-07, 05:58 PM
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I am lost in how to use quickfield to manipulate objects.
I need to create a uniformly charged cylindrical
shell of inner radius, a, and outer radius, b and length, L.
Can't figure out how to do this. Any clues?
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stewartcs
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Dec3-07, 04:04 PM
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Here's the user manual...

http://www.quickfield.com/demo/manual.pdf


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