Electric Field due to Charged Disc

The main objective of this article is to calculate the Electric Field due to Charged Disc. In our previous article, we have discussed the Electric Field due to Uniformly Charged Ring. We will use the final expression from that article as a starting point of our discussion. So if you are not familiar with, you … Read moreElectric Field due to Charged Disc

Electric Field due to Uniformly Charged Ring

Electric Field due to Uniformly Charged Ring at a Point on its Axis

The main objective of this article is to calculate the Electric Field due to a Uniformly Charged Ring at a Point on its Axis. Prerequisite of this calculation is the knowledge of Electric Field due to Point Charge and Line Charge Distribution. We recommend to visit those article before continuing. Moreover, you can browse another … Read moreElectric Field due to Uniformly Charged Ring

Electric Field due to Line Charge – Finite and Infinitely Long Charged Wire

Electric Field due to Line Charge distribution

The objective of this article is to calculate the Electric Field due to Line Charge Distribution. We will also calculate the Electric Field due to an Infinite Line Charge Distribution. However, if you are interested in a detailed study of the Electric Field, we recommend starting here. In our previous articles, we have discussed the … Read moreElectric Field due to Line Charge – Finite and Infinitely Long Charged Wire

Electric Field due to Point Charge and System of Charges

Electric Field due to Point Charge and System of Charges

In this article, we will rigorously derive expressions for the Electric Field due to Point Charge and System of Charges. We will review the Coulomb’s quantitative statement about the force between two point charges. However, we have to understand the definition of point charge before we start our discussion. When the dimension of the charged … Read moreElectric Field due to Point Charge and System of Charges

Electric Field due to Dipole at General, Axial and Equatorial Points

electric field due to dipole

What is an Electric Dipole An electric dipole is defined as a pair of equal and opposite charges separated by a distance. However, a continuous charge distribution can also be approximated as an electric dipole from a large distance. These dipoles are characterized by their dipole moment, a vector quantity defined as the charge multiplied … Read moreElectric Field due to Dipole at General, Axial and Equatorial Points