June 23, 2020 at 3:29 pmlbreen15Subscriber
How does one find the potential across an object?
I have been setting 1D points throughout a 3D sphere and can extract the voltage at one of the points. But, how would I take the voltage at one point and subtract it from the voltage at another point?
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