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1. Homework Statement
x and y are nonconducting cylindrical shells. Both cylindrical shells are surrounding long wires that are carrying current. the x shell out of the page and the y shell into the page.
x radius has a charge per unit lenght = to +[tex]\lambda[/tex]
y radius has a charge per unit lenght = to [tex]\lambda[/tex]
I need to calculate the maxwell stress tensor at a midway between x and y. (from the picture)
2. Homework Equations
T^{ij} =[tex]\epsilon[/tex]_{o}(E_{i}E_{j}[tex]\delta[/tex]_{ij}E^{2})+(1/[tex]\mu[/tex])(B_{i}B_{j}[tex]\delta[/tex]_{ij}B^{2})
3. The Attempt at a Solution
How do I exactly found the i and j component of the magnetic and electric field?
x and y are nonconducting cylindrical shells. Both cylindrical shells are surrounding long wires that are carrying current. the x shell out of the page and the y shell into the page.
x radius has a charge per unit lenght = to +[tex]\lambda[/tex]
y radius has a charge per unit lenght = to [tex]\lambda[/tex]
I need to calculate the maxwell stress tensor at a midway between x and y. (from the picture)
2. Homework Equations
T^{ij} =[tex]\epsilon[/tex]_{o}(E_{i}E_{j}[tex]\delta[/tex]_{ij}E^{2})+(1/[tex]\mu[/tex])(B_{i}B_{j}[tex]\delta[/tex]_{ij}B^{2})
3. The Attempt at a Solution
How do I exactly found the i and j component of the magnetic and electric field?
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