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Vector field

  • Thread starter danai_pa
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A vector field is difined by A = f(r)r.

a) show that f(r) = constant/r^3 if divergence A equal to zero.

b) show that curl A is alway equal to zero
 

StatusX

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Do you know the equations for divergence and curl in spherical coordinates?
 
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StatusX said:
Do you know the equations for divergence and curl in spherical coordinates?
yes i known.
 

StatusX

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so plug it in........
 
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StatusX said:
so plug it in........
i think you mean, find a divergence and curl in a spherical coordinates. vector r is represent r, theta and phe
 

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