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stef3679

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**Summary:**I need to build an asymmetric capacitor, but the mathematics of electromagnetics become too tough, do you have any info that can help? Appreciate it!

Hello,

I am an undergraduate student in engineering and I want to build an asymmetric capacitor, so I need electromagnetics which I know, but the problem with electromagnetics is that all the problems are of symmetrical bodies which simplify the problems. With asymmetric capacitors how is it possible to evaluate the potential distribution without having a given mathematical function, or the electric and magnetic fields, since there is no symmetry? I am an engineer, so if my question is kinda stupid, please don't laugh, plus I would post this question on the engineering part of the forum, and probably will also, but I think this is more of a theoretical mathematics problem.

Thank you in advance!