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*To*: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
*Subject*: [mg20314] Mathematica help
*From*: Niguel Eames <Neames at ITA.CI.LA.CA.US>
*Date*: Fri, 15 Oct 1999 20:20:43 -0400
*Sender*: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com
Mathgroup,
I need help to resolve this integral and if it's possible show the solution
step by step.
I wonder if the integral could be plotted, in order to find a simpler function
that closely approximates the given function. The integral is a function of z`
and z (but a wanted to hold z constant at first).
E=[1+ (1/k^2)(2nd parital diff eq respect to z)]{2 Integral{sin[k(L-z`)] * Exp
{jkSqrt[(z-z`)^2 + a^2]} / Sqrt[(z-z`)^2 + a^2]}dz`}
The limits are from 0 to L.
where,
z = L/2 (a try)
lamda = 3 meters
L = lamda/4 = 0.75 meters
a = 0.03 meters
k = 2 Pi/lamda
E = Electric field in the gap
I split the integral into the real and imaginary parts. I attempted to
integral the imaginary part first.
I used Taylor series to approximate the function for L=0.4. It turns out that
a fourth order expansion is a good approximation. Mathematica was able to
integral it. It seems unable to differentiate the integral and add to it the
original integral. I would really appreciate your help with this difficult
problem.
I have a copy of Mathematica for students version 3.0.0, license: L2709-1961,
running on a Pentium 333MHz with a Windows 98 OS.
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