Perfectly conducting electrodes are composed of sheets bent into the shape shown in Fig. P8.6.5….
Perfectly conducting electrodes are composed of sheets bent into the shape shown in Fig. P8.6.5. The length of the system in the z direction is very large compared to the length 2a or height d, so the fields can be regarded as two dimensional. The insulating gaps have a width that is small compared to all dimensions. Passing through these gaps is a magnetic flux (per unit length in the direction) . One method of solution is suggested by Example 6.6.3.
(a) Find in regions (a) and (b) to the right and left, respectively, of the plane .