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Solving for Coupled Charge Density and Potential Equations
Posted Mon May 02, 2005 @04:59PM
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Help Desk I have a problem in solving two coupled charge density and potential equations. It is related to corona discharge and I have two boundary conditions i.e at electrode and at collector. The potential is known. So can any one help me to solve this problem? I am doing the numerical work using fluent software and I need to compare the potential and charge density distribution with the analytical solution where in I am getting 2 different solutions for charge density.

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