## Field theory for engineers |

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### Contents

CHAPTER PAGE 1 GENERAL SURVEY | 1 |

SCALAR AND VECTOR FIELDS | 42 |

TRANSFORMATION OF COORDINATES | 63 |

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3-space applies arbitrary axial symmetry axis Bessel functions Bocher equation boundary conditions Chapter circular circular-cylinder coordinates conductor Consider const constant coordinate surfaces cosh 77 curl cylinder cylindrical coordinate system D. E. Spencer differential equations electrostatic field equipotentials example finite flux Fourier series frequency gives grad gradient heat Helmholtz equation insulator integral inversion Laplace Laplace's equation Legendre functions magnetic maximum metal method metric coefficients Moon and D. E. oblate spheroid Obtain an expression orthogonal coordinate particular solutions plane Poisson's equation potential distribution Problem prolate spheroid prolate spheroidal coordinates radius rectangular coordinates satisfied scalar separation equations separation of variables shown in Fig simple separability sin2 sinh 77 solution of Laplace's sphere spherical coordinates Stackel determinant Stackel matrix Substitution in Eq Table temperature distribution thermal tion toroidal coordinates transformation values variables vector velocity vibrating watt wave equation waveguide z-axis z-direction zero