2 Parallel Plates Coaxial Cylinders

The formulas on this page allow one to calculate the impedance for certain given geometries. More complex problems typically require one to model the geometry and solve using Finite Element Analysis.

m e is the permittivity (F/m) e e d is the distance between the electrodes (m) w is the width of the electrodes (m) |

m e is the permittivity (F/m) e e a is the radius of the inner cylinder b is the radius of the outer cylinder |

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