Finding my current.
My problem is that I know what I need to do, I'm just no sure how to code it. :mad:
Here's the integral I'm working with:
I=-ρ b∫ ∂V/∂n dl
rho and b are known constants. ∂V/∂n is the partial of Voltage normal to the plane and dl is obviously my differential length. With this integral I'm finding the corona current around a wire with fairly high current.
I'm basically having issues with two parts. The first is figuring out how to find the partial of voltage normal to my plane (wire). I have solved for the voltage field throughout my mesh but don't know how to single out the values around the wire. I know that the values at the wire itself all are normal to the plane so all I need to find are the magnitudes of each mesh cells voltage at the wire.
Any help is much appreciated!!
The integral that you wrote here, is this a line integral?
For the surface normal gradient, you have to snGrad() functions available.
Since I'm only analyzing a 2D surface, it is essentially a line integral. I'm just integrating around the circumference of a circle (the wire).
And thanks for the snGrad() tip, I'm looking at that function now.
Basically all I've done so far is modify the electrostatic solver to solve for the E-field throughout the duct.
a) how to find the magnitude of my e-field normal to the wire. As stated above I just need the values of the e-field at the wire since all E-vectors at the wire are normal.
b) how to find the length of each mesh cell at the wire. I could always hard wire a value in for this, but that's not exactly what I would like to do.
Any help that anyone could provide would be GREATLY appreciated. I've been stuck at this point for a month now, and don't know where else to turn.
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