The potential field generated by two charged cylindrical perfect electrical conductors sandwiching a dielectric plane of finite thickness, and the influence of the dielectric plane on the field, is analysed. In particular, the field profile is examined when the cylinders are (i) rotating at some constant angular velocities, and (ii) surrounded, respectively, by uniform dielectric tubes of finite thickness.
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