
#1
Oct2704, 06:34 AM

P: 34

I have two parallel plate electrodes in which flows a determined current J. I found that the magnetic field between the two electrodes is:
[tex]B_z (y,z)=\frac{\mu J}{2\pi d}(\vartheta_1+\vartheta_2}[/tex] (see attached figure) This comes form the field generated by a plate that is: [tex]B_z (y,z)=\frac{\mu J}{2\pi d}\vartheta[/tex] Does anybody knows from where come this formula and how to demonstrate it?? I´m just fighting against Maxwell´s equations, but they are winning... 



#2
Nov404, 05:54 AM

P: 64

Can you explain [tex]\vartheta[\tex] means?




#3
Nov404, 06:12 AM

P: 34

it is a TeX command to write theta in that way.
\theta [tex]\Rightarrow\,\,\theta[/tex] \vartheta [tex]\Rightarrow\,\,\vartheta[/tex] 


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