Determination by the method of subareas of the parameters of broad-band lines and cables comprised of strip, rectangular-tubular or circular-tubular conductors
University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1951 - 192 pages
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Statement of Thesis Problem
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approximate potential associated potentials capacitance and charge CHAPTER charge density charge distribution circular cross-section CIRCULAR-TUBE LINE complex potential comprises tabulation Consider each strip Consider the strip corresponding point curve of Figure cylindrical conductors data of Table equal subareas Figure equations yields q1 exact elastance exact solution Exact Value Percent Fifth Approximation Consider Figure 35 four equations yields geometric symmetry hyperelliptic functions Jacobian elliptic functions kjjq line with cross-section Method Exact Value number of subareas obtained with subdivision potential difference potential produced q2+ q3+ q range of D/d rate of convergence ratios of D/d rectilinear polygonal cross-section required mapping function Second Approximation Consider single square-tube line single-strip line statdaraf-centimeters Second Approximation statvolts strip as comprised strip subdivided subarea approximation Subarea Method Exact symmetry the charge tabulated in Table thesis Third Approximation Consider three equations yields uniformly distributed charge universal curve Value Percent Error Vj q Vj q2 Vj q3 whence