HW-QA-2020 issueshttps://gitlab.ethz.ch/IEM-course/2020-iem-hw-qa/-/issues2020-07-30T10:18:19Zhttps://gitlab.ethz.ch/IEM-course/2020-iem-hw-qa/-/issues/51L20 Clarification2020-07-30T10:18:19ZatapiaL20 Clarification![Screenshot_2020-07-29_at_17.12.30](/uploads/5375c516200f630388d0bb868c70a87f/Screenshot_2020-07-29_at_17.12.30.png)
Hi again,
So in the highlighted section. I feel this sentence is slightly redundant. What continuity conditions are we talking about here?
Are these simply,
$`(\bold{D}_N(x=0) - \bold{D}_P(x=0)) \bullet \bold{n} = \sigma = 0`$
$`\psi_N(x=0) - \psi_P(x=0) = 0 `$
Also, what is the significance of having the same dielectric constant in both sides? What effect does this have on the continuity conditions?
Thanks again,
Andres![Screenshot_2020-07-29_at_17.12.30](/uploads/5375c516200f630388d0bb868c70a87f/Screenshot_2020-07-29_at_17.12.30.png)
Hi again,
So in the highlighted section. I feel this sentence is slightly redundant. What continuity conditions are we talking about here?
Are these simply,
$`(\bold{D}_N(x=0) - \bold{D}_P(x=0)) \bullet \bold{n} = \sigma = 0`$
$`\psi_N(x=0) - \psi_P(x=0) = 0 `$
Also, what is the significance of having the same dielectric constant in both sides? What effect does this have on the continuity conditions?
Thanks again,
Andres