Maxwell's 1st Equation (div d = vol. charge density)
Posted on 2008-10-11
Hi, I have a situation in cylindrical coordinates such that I know the volume charge density but what to calculate the Electric Flux Density D.
The problem is that the volume charge density is a complex function: a * sin(k * pi * rho) and my limits of integration are awkward, so my question is, is it possible to just partially integrate the divergence of d (in cylindrical coordinates) in order to obtain my result? I didn't try it, but it seems like an easier approach to the problem.