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Daily Archives: May 16, 2011
spherical coordinate system and its transformation to cartesian or rectangular and cylindrical coordinate system
In the spherical coordinate system, the three orthogonal surfaces are a sphere, a cone and a plane. P ( d, θ, φ} ) represents a point. where d represents radius of a sphere or distance from the origin to point … Continue reading
Posted in Electromagnetism
Tagged cross product or vector product of unit vectors in spherical coordinates, dot product or scalar product in spherical coordinates, how cylindrical coordinates are changed to or transformed to spherical coordinates, how rectangular or cartesian coordinates are changed to or transformed to spherical coordinate system, how spherical coordinates are changed to or transformed to cylindrical coordinates, properties of unit vectors in spherical coordinates, spherical coordinate system, spherical coordinates, Transformation of cartesian coordinates or rectangular coordinates to spherical coordinates and vice versa, Transformation of cylindrical coordinates to spherical coordinates and vice versa, unit vectors in spherical coordinates
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cylindrical coordinate system and its transformation to cartesian or rectangular coordinate system
A cylindrical coordinate system is used for cylindrical symmetrical problems (examples, cables, machine rotor etc.). This system does not have axes like cartesian coordinate system. Any point P ( r, Θ ,z ) is represented by the intersection of three … Continue reading
Posted in Electromagnetism
Tagged cross product or vector product of unit vectors in cylindrical coordinates, cylindrical coordinate system, cylindrical coordinates, dot product or scalar product in cylindrical coordinates, how cartesian coordinates are changed to or transforemed to cylindrical coordinates, how cylindrical coordinates are changed to or transformed to rectangular or cartesian coordinates, how rectangular coordinates are changed to or transformed to cylindrical coordinate system, properties of unit vectors in cylindrical coordinates, Transformation of cartesian coordinates or rectangular coordinates to cylindrical coordinates, unit vectors in cylindrical coordinates
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