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The Poisson’s relation linking the gravity and magnetic potentials assumes the same anomaly source with: (-Gate geology and geophysics 2014)

(A) inhomogeneous density and intensity of magnetization 
(B) uniform density contrast and inhomogeneous intensity of magnetization 
(C) uniform density contrast and homogeneous intensity of magnetization 
(D) inhomogeneous density and homogeneous intensity of magnetization


Asked On2017-07-06 10:03:57 by:Aparna-Dasgupta

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(C) uniform density contrast and homogeneous intensity of magnetization

Poisson's equation allows you to  easily solve the equations of motion when any (even an infinite) number of conservative forces are acting together. A conservative force will have zero curl and outside the source will have zero divergence (this is a basically an energy conservation statement). As such it can be expressed as a type of Gauss' law relating the force field to a charge distribution. Then applying Poisson's equation to these Gauss' laws gives you the expression in terms of potentials which are then additive, allowing you to express the action of that number of forces in terms of a single potential. If you then apply the conservation laws on that potential that gives you the equations of motion for that specific configuration of forces.

Answerd on:2017-07-11 Answerd By:Amogh

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