A method, which is using the electric vector potential T and the magnetic scalar potential Ω is presented for the calculation of the electro‐magnetic field inside conducting cylinders of infinite length.The current source is an oscillating current dipole arbitrarilly oriented. The Green's function method is used for the transformation of the Helmholtz's equations for T and Ω into integral ones. Finally a boundary element technique is used to obtain a system of simultaneous equations. In this system the number of the unknows is greater than the number of the availiable simultaneous equations.Thus some additional conditions between the field quantities, have to be added to the boundary conditions to obtain the final solution of the problem. Problems of electrical machines, electromagnetic shielding or even, problems related to human bodies can be treated with the following analysis.
Antonopoulos, C.S., Tsiboukis, T.D. and Kriezis, E.E. (1992), "FIELD CALCULATION IN SINGLE CYLINDERS OF INFINITE LENGTH BY USING A COUPLED T‐Ω AND A BOUNDARY ELEMENT TECHNIQUE", COMPEL - The international journal for computation and mathematics in electrical and electronic engineering, Vol. 11 No. 1, pp. 13-16. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb051740Download as .RIS
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