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Old   May 17, 2006, 19:54
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Tang Kuei
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Help!! I'm trying to solve the electric field (DC) in a straight channel. I guess the final answer is constant gradient distribution.

Now, I don't give any initial value for electric field. After five days, I still can't get the distribution that I want.

So, I think that if I can give the constant gradient distribution for electric field. I can get better result.

But I don't know how to set the constant gradient distribution for electric field!!

Maybe there is something wrong with my treatment with electric field, I can't get the convergence solution.

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