From: Michael Lamson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Sep 06 2000 - 07:47:16 PDT
Hi folks! Thanks to all those responding to my question on board
geometries. It worked so well I now have another question to present.
I'm looking for 2D and 3D electrical modeling cases that can serve as
standards. That is, they have a closed form solution, or solvable through
conformal mapping, or have been solved by so many experts that the solution
can serve as a standard. The cases I am aware of are for two round wires, a
round wire above a plane, and round coaxial conductors for 2D. I'm not
aware of anything for 3D (looking for plane and trace inductance with two
ports or more).
Again, any help is appreciated.
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