# How to calculate electric flux of special conditions?

How to calculate the electric flux on something which has only one side like Klein bottle or a Möbius ring?

• What is the source of the electric field? – harshit54 Mar 9 at 14:55
• Well...I am talking about static field...As we all know,electric flux is defined as E multiples dS,and both of them should be vectors.The question is how to calculate it when dS is not applicable. – The Angel of Eliston Mar 9 at 15:21
• @harshit54 Why make the question less general? – PiKindOfGuy Mar 9 at 15:32
• You can look at physicsforums.com/threads/… – Vincent Fraticelli Mar 9 at 15:35

The flux would always be zero because for every $$d\mathbf{A}$$ pointing in one direction there's a corresponding $$d\mathbf{A}$$ pointing in the opposite direction.