I need to find the flux of the vector field F through S (in the pic), when S represent the edges of a cube.
My question is, how do I find N (normal)? Do I need to split the curb and to find the flux through each face?
I need to find the flux of the vector field F through S (in the pic), when S represent the edges of a cube.
My question is, how do I find N (normal)? Do I need to split the curb and to find the flux through each face?
Another thing, why the fluxes aren't canceling one another?
Why should they cancel? The vector field is not constant ...... eg. For the flux through faces in the plane z = 0 and z = 1, F is different at those two faces .....
Lets say I want to calculate the flux which goes through the upper face.
I know the vector field is F, and I know the normal, so I came up with this thing in the pic.
My question is, how do I find ds?
Lets say I want to calculate the flux which goes through the upper face.
I know the vector field is F, and I know the normal, so I came up with this thing in the pic.
My question is, how do I find ds?
For a cube:
If you're in the plane z = a, dS = dx dy.
If you're in the plane y = a, dS = dx dz.
If you're in the plane x = a, dS = dy dz.
Originally Posted by asi123
I think I found a better way using Gauss' law, is this right?