By Karl E. Lonngren

The thoughts of static fields, time various fields, wave propagation, transmission traces, and radiation are defined. most significantly, the textual content emphasizes using MATLAB now greatly on hand and regularly utilized by such a lot scholars in prior classes, for the calculation and visualization of electromagnetic box features.

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However in cylindrical and spherical coordinate the directions do depend on their positions. For example, in spherical coordinates, The unit vector uρ will be directed in the +z axis if θ = 0 and it will be directed in the -z axis if θ = π. Since we will employ these three coordinate systems extensively in the following chapters, it is useful to summarize germane properties of each one. Cartesian coordinates z y x Figure 1-9. A point in Cartesian coordinates is defined by the intersection of the three planes: x = constant, y = constant, z = constant.

27) There are commands in MATLAB that will effect this transformation between cylindrical and Cartesian coordinates. In addition, the command ‘cylinder’ that includes additional parameters will create a picture of a cylinder. 3. Spherical coordinates The unit vectors in spherical coordinates depicted in Figure 1-8c are normal to the intersection of three surfaces as shown in Figure 1-13. One of the surfaces depicted in this figure is a plane, another surface is a sphere and the third surface is a cone.

22 Coordinate systems In spherical coordinates, the surfaces are a sphere, a plane, and a cone. We will examine each of these in detail in the following discussion. There are many more coordinate systems that can be employed for particular problems and there even exists a generalized coordinate system that allows one to easily transform the vector operations from one system to another. The three coordinate systems used in this text are also displayed in Figure 1-8 (a), (b) and (c). The directions along the axes of the coordinate systems are given by the sets of unit vectors (ux, uy, uz); (ur, uφ, uz); and (uρ, uφ, uθ) for Cartesian, cylindrical and spherical coordinates respectively.