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

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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

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