On One Solution of the Nonlinear Problem of Electrodynamics
An example of using the “rectangular” approximation of the nonlinearity characteristic in the nonlinear electrodynamic problem is analyzed. It is shown that this approximation in some cases permits one to define the general parameters of the produced structures, even if the equations cannot be solved analytically.
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