of electrostatic force between two arbitrary shaped charged objects encounters
a six-fold integration. Analytic evaluation of the integral is not conducive
and its numeric evaluation is CPU intensive. For two planar objects, the
required integration reduces to a four-fold integration; however, it suffers
the same two symptoms. In this article, utilizing a discrete method, we
evaluate the much needed integration in a fraction of a second. For a special
case, we show the output of our approach agrees with its analytic equivalent
Cite this paper
Sarafian, H. (2014) 4D Integration and Evaluation of Electrostatic Force between Two Charged Parallel Plates. Journal of Electromagnetic Analysis and Applications
, 156-162. doi: 10.4236/jemaa.2014.67015
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