complex potential

complex potential

[′käm‚pleks pə′ten·chəl]
(fluid mechanics)
An analytic function in ideal aerodynamics whose real part is the velocity potential and whose imaginary part is the stream function.
(nuclear physics)
A generalization of the potential in the Schrödinger equation describing the scattering of a nucleon by a nucleus in the cloudy crystal-ball model.
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It describes the theory of thin antennas, the integral equation method, folded antennas of metal wires, multi-folded and multi-level antennas, antennas with concentrated loads, the synthesis of directional radiators, the methods of a complex potential for cylindrical problems and three-dimensional problems, the principle of complementarities, problems of compensation and adjustment, arrays, transparent antennas, ship antennas, log-periodic antennas, and other issues, such as antennas for underground radio communication and observation and magnetic impedance antennas.
Separatrix is a line denoting the geometric place of points where the imaginary part of complex potential v(x, y) is equal to 0.
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The complex potential given by (5) fulfills Laplace equation, [[DELTA].
2005), the complex potential of the fluid's motion is a p-analytic function.
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At point P, the complex potential of the vortex whose strength is [gamma] at the origin is
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