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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hi,

I tried to make some simulations of two conducting spheres in a constant electric field. The simulations seem to indicate that the electric field in the gap increases with increasing diameter of the spheres at a constant gap distance. Does this make sense? I expected just the reverse. What is wrong? Does an analytical solution for this problem exist?

I really appreciate any help.

I tried to make some simulations of two conducting spheres in a constant electric field. The simulations seem to indicate that the electric field in the gap increases with increasing diameter of the spheres at a constant gap distance. Does this make sense? I expected just the reverse. What is wrong? Does an analytical solution for this problem exist?

I really appreciate any help.