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Russian Physics Journal

, Volume 41, Issue 12, pp 1206–1214 | Cite as

Variational estimates of matrices of capacitative and potential coefficients of a system of conductors located in an inhomogeneous dielectric medium

  • V. P. Kazantsev
  • K. G. Okhotkin
Plasma Physics
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Abstract

Variational principles are used to obtain simple upper and lower estimates for the matrices of the capacitative coefficients of a system of conductors located in an inhomogeneous dielectric medium. The test function used in the energy functional is the potential distribution of the same system of conductors but located in a homogeneous medium.

Keywords

Variational Principle Variational Estimate Lower Estimate Potential Distribution Homogeneous Medium 
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  • V. P. Kazantsev
  • K. G. Okhotkin

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