It's a relativistic equation as well. The charge continuity equation is Lorentz invariant, and more, is covariant without connections on a curved spacetime.In a relativistic theory charge density and spatial current density form a four vector current density j_\mu. In the non relativistic limit they are related by the continuity equation.
Sure, Oscar. Without a little more to go on, we don't know what to go on. You need to explain your system.To be honest, I cannot understand where its going. Can you guys please redirect to my topic
That sounds interesting. Why don't you start a thread?you are right. the relativistic interpretation of the charge density as a probability can be the object of another topic.
You talked about a 'system'. Is it a circuit? Is it a component? What are the dimensions? Are there changes invloved that are fast enough that all of Maxwell's equations are needed, so that B is a factor? J is current density. Current density of what? You do need to be more specific.Well it is very simple. I want to compute capacitance C. Now from my simulation software i can only get the following outputs, which are
electric potential V
Total flux density B
Total Field Intensity H
Current Density J
Inductance.
So I just want an equation, which has these variables only to calculate Capacitance (and some constants)
No. Im tired of guessing games.can you eliminate "r" from the equation, since r is changing and replace it with one of the following variables
electric potential V
Total flux density B
Total Field Intensity H
Current Density J
Inductance.