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Hi,

I am interested to simulate the capacitor with plates having an angle of 195 degrees between them.

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/32847378/cp1.jpg [Broken]

I know that if the angle between of plates is 180 deg, then electric lines of forces will follow a elliptical path and equipotential lines perpendicular to them as shown in image,

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/32847378/coplanar1.jpg [Broken]

and for mapping inverse cosine function is used. i.e. W = inv. Cos (Z)

where W = x + i y , Z = u + i v

So, for my case

I am interested to simulate the capacitor with plates having an angle of 195 degrees between them.

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/32847378/cp1.jpg [Broken]

I know that if the angle between of plates is 180 deg, then electric lines of forces will follow a elliptical path and equipotential lines perpendicular to them as shown in image,

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/32847378/coplanar1.jpg [Broken]

and for mapping inverse cosine function is used. i.e. W = inv. Cos (Z)

where W = x + i y , Z = u + i v

So, for my case

- Will the electric lines of forces still follow the elliptical path?
- Can they also be mapped using inverse cosine function or will there be a variation?

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