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Contents 1. Physics 322: Example of multipole expansion Carl Adams, St. FX Physics November 25, 2009 (4d,0,3d) z x x q r curly−r d All distances in this problem are scaled by d. The source charge q is oﬀset by distance d along the z-axis. Eq. Multipole expansion of the magnetic vector potential Consider an arbitrary loop that carries a current I. Ä�-�b��a%��7��k0Jj. 1. x��[[����I�q� �)N����A��x�����T����C���˹��*���F�K��6|������eH��Ç'��_���Ip�����8�\�ɨ�5)|�o�=~�e��^z7>� Its vector potential at point r is Just as we did for V, we can expand in a power series and use the series as an approximation scheme: (see lecture notes for 21 … Incidentally, the type of expansion specified in Equation is called a multipole expansion.The most important are those corresponding to , , and , which are known as monopole, dipole, and quadrupole moments, respectively. 0000003974 00000 n
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The Fast Multipole Method: Numerical Implementation Eric Darve Center for Turbulence Research, Stanford University, Stanford, California 94305-3030 E-mail: darve@ctr.stanford.edu Received June 8, 1999; revised December 15, 1999 We study integral methods applied to the resolution of the Maxwell equations 0000041244 00000 n
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MULTIPOLE EXPANSION IN ELECTROSTATICS 3 As an example, consider a solid sphere with a charge density ˆ(r0)=k R r02 (R 2r0)sin 0 (13) We can use the integrals above to ﬁnd the ﬁrst non-zero term in the series, and thus get an approximation for the potential. A multipole expansion is a mathematical series representing a function that depends on angles—usually the two angles used in the spherical coordinate system for (the polar and azimuthal angles). Equations (4) and (8)-(9) can be called multipole expansions. The formulation of the treatment is given in Section 2. The multipole expansion of the electric current density 6 4. 0000042245 00000 n
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The method of matched asymptotic expansion is often used for this purpose. The multipole expansion of the potential is: = 1 4 0 ∑ l=0 ∞ ∑ m=−l l 4 Keeping only the lowest-order term in the expansion, plot the potential in the x-y plane as a function of distance from the origin for distances greater than a. These series are useful because they can often be truncated, meaning that only the first few terms need to be retained for … The ME is an asymptotic expansion of the electrostatic potential for a point outside … 0000017092 00000 n
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