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electric field remains the same irrespective of the material used!!!!!

Muthuraman Chinnadurai
Hello friends,
Am trying to simulate the electric field between two circular electrodes placed inside a circular dielectric field.Irrespective of the change in circular dielectric material the electric field between the electrodes remains the same!!. Can you guys help me figure out this???
Thanks in advance.

2 Replies Last Post 17.01.2013 22:46 GMT-05:00
Posted: 5 years ago 17.01.2013 03:57 GMT-05:00
Hi,

are you keeping the electrodes at fixed potentials? Then the field indeed shouldn't depend on the dielectric.

Cheers
Edgar
Hi, are you keeping the electrodes at fixed potentials? Then the field indeed shouldn't depend on the dielectric. Cheers Edgar

Muthuraman Chinnadurai
Posted: 5 years ago 17.01.2013 22:46 GMT-05:00
Thank you sir.
Thank you sir.

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