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In this asymptotic limit the analysis becomes simplified, from a many-amplitude case to that of only two amplitudes defined by Eqs. 44). 55) also provide a better understanding of the plateau behaviour. 1. The plateau analysis also suits an accurate numerical iteration process. 00116 defined by Eqs. 47), the following set of equations is considered. 56) is introduced. The so far performed analysis has revealed this ratio to be of the order of unity, and to become a slow function of the parameters involved.
2 The polar part of the generating function The top-bottom symmetry properties of the polar function T are now considered with respect to the equatorial plane. 20) which are evaluated in the interval 0 θ π become nonzero for symmetric integrands Ik , but vanish for antisymmetric ones. 30). Thus, the product of two symmetric or of two antisymmetric functions becomes symmetric, whereas a product of a symmetric function with an antisymmetric one becomes antisymmetric. The symmetry or antisymmetry of T leads to a corresponding symmetry or antisymmetry of Dθ T , Dθ (sin2 θ) T , and Dθ (sin2 θ)(Dθ T ) .
29), and due to the fact that the ratio AAm s is close to unity, it is readily seen that the radial constant c0 becomes nearly equal to the Compton wavelength mh c divided by 6π. 3 Magnetic flux According to Eq. 30) which vanishes at θ = (0, π). Making use of Eqs. 16) the flux becomes Γ = 2π c0 G0 sin3 θ C γ (γ − 1) + 2(γ − 1)ρ + ρ2 T − ε − Dθ T γ−1 e−ρ . 31) This relation shows that the flux increases strongly as ρ decreases towards small values, in accordance with a point-charge-like behaviour.
A Revised Electromagnetic Theory with Fundamental Applications by Bo Lehnert