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- Subject: [mg125882] "Complex" Integral
- From: Elad <eladarbel at hotmail.com>
- Date: Thu, 5 Apr 2012 05:58:17 -0400 (EDT)
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Im trying to calculate a the integral over the function f(Theta,Phi ; Rho,ph,z ; k)
[Theta -> 0..2 Pi, Phi ->0..1.2], for a given values of [Rho,ph,z ; k]
actually i need to calculate f for a broad range of values for [Rho,ph,z].
f = (1/2)*
E^(I*k*z*Cos[\[Theta]] + I*k*\[Rho]*Cos[ph - \[Phi]]*Sin[\[Theta]])*
(1 + Cos[\[Theta]] + (-1 + Cos[\[Theta]])*Cos[2*\[Phi]])*
Im new with Mathematica, and ive read the documentation but probably im doing something wrong,
Ive also tried to plot the surface for given values of [Rho,ph,z ; k] without much success.
Here is a link to notebook where i tried to plot the surface (from my dropbox):
I would appreciate it if you guys could help me out with it.
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