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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To this end, we consider the integral equation of the complex potential F(z) = [phi] + i[psi], and transform it into an integral equation with real variables.
2005), the complex potential of the fluid's motion is a p-analytic function.
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