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Conductors in capacitor

  • Thread starter en.yokhai
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hey

i have 2 cylinders one with r1 the second with r2. r2>r1, an cylinder capacitor.

in the space between them i put 2 dielectric materials, the first in a half of the cylinder, vertical,and the second on the other side vertical.

like: first- 0-180 deg
second- 180-360 deg

now i want to calculate the capacity , can i calculate each half by itself and then add?

and threat each half as it's own capacitor?, and then as summing in parallel ...

thanks
 

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Hao
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That is exactly what you should do. The two halves effectively act as capacitors in parallel.
 

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