# POISSON EQUATION FOR ELECTROSTATIC FIELD USING THE FINITE DIFFERENCE METHOD

IFFAH FATHANAH, AHMAD RAZALI (2019) POISSON EQUATION FOR ELECTROSTATIC FIELD USING THE FINITE DIFFERENCE METHOD. [Final Year Project Report] (Unpublished) PDF (Please get the password from TECHNICAL & DIGITIZATION MANAGEMENT UNIT, ext: 082-583913/ 082-583914) Iffah Fathanah Binti Ahmad Razali.pdf Restricted to Registered users only Download (1MB)

## Abstract

Elliptic partial differential equation is a boundary value problem which can be thought as the stable of an evolution problem. There are two type equations that fall under elliptic boundary value problem that is Poisson and Laplace equation. Poisson equation is very useful in solving few problems in ordinary world such as heat physical phenomenon, incompressible flow, electricity potential and static physical property. This paper will concentrate on solving one problem; that is modelling Poisson Equation for electrostatic field. It is a useful approach to the calculation to relate the charge density by the divergence relationship. The basic main equations are derived directly so that the algorithm can be extended from the classical Poisson equation to the generalized Poisson equation in order to include the effects of varying dielectrics within the domain. The Dirichlet boundary will be use because it is nothing more than a forced solution to the potential function at specific points. This problem will be solved via matrix and successive over relation to get a good solution for the implementation result.

Item Type: Final Year Project Report Project Report (BSc.) -- Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, 2019. Poisson and Laplace equation, lectricity potential, static physical, elliptic boundary. Q Science > QA Mathematics > QA75 Electronic computers. Computer science Academic Faculties, Institutes and Centres > Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology Gani 18 Jan 2021 04:11 18 Jan 2021 04:11 http://ir.unimas.my/id/eprint/33872

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