I was analyzing the possibility of varying an exterior magnetic field, that's aligned in direction with the magnetic field produced by the displacement currents(both parallel in the same plane) shown in the figure above.
And when I used this equation to model the case:
It seems possible to discharge the capacitor faster/slower depending on the orientation of the exterior magnetic field, and it's rate of change, the exterior magnetic field would affect the displacement current's magnetic field, wouldn't that help in discharging/charging it? In addition, increasing those rates or decreasing it?
Discharging faster by increasing the displacement currents, and the conduction currents flowing in the loop, if the field was in the opposite direction(out of the page) it would discharge slower since now it's opposing/reducing the displacement currents.
NOTE: The magnetic field will be confined mostly in the separation gap of the two plates, to reduce it's effects on the overall loop(that includes the load/resistor).