eng
Science and Education Publishing
Applied Mathematics and Physics
2333-4886
2021-04-09
9
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10.12691/amp-9-1-2
AMP2021912
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Boundary Charge Layer and Current for Spherical Inclusion in Conducting System
Michael Grinfeld
michael.greenfield4.civ@mail.mil
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Pavel Grinfeld
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The US Army Research Laboratory, Aberdeen Proving Ground, USA
Department of Mathematics, Drexel University, Philadelphia, USA
The steady-state current in heterogeneous conducting system is considered. One of the goals is to generate a battery of establish exact solutions for the analysis of steady-state currents in the current-conducting heterogeneous system. These solutions are to be used a) for Validation and Verification purposes the electromagnetic software and b) for deeper understanding of some features that were not explored sufficiently so far. The system under study consists of an isotropic unbounded isotropic matrix containing spherical inclusion (the inclusion can be either isotropic or anisotropic, and even nonlinear). This was analyzed in the classical textbooks and monographs. However, the solutions of previous studies miss analysis of the boundary charge layer and the current in this layer. In this paper, we establish these elements of the exact solution.
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electric current in conductors
irreversible thermodynamics
boundary value problems
exact solution