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Calculating Multiple Integrals on Mathematica (Electric fields)

by GriffinHeart
Tags: electric, fields, integrals, mathematica, multiple
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Oct11-10, 02:37 PM
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I'm trying to calculate several stuff about the electric field generated by 2 "plaques"

My main problem being that in mathematica it calculates fast for a point of the electric field generated in the Y component, but if i try to make the median of all the points in the plaque it takes way to much time.

And after that i'll have to plot for all the points.

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ax := 0.09
:= 0.03
:= 0.052
:= 3000
:= 8.85 10^(-12)
Ke := 8.9 10^9

[x_y_0] := 
Ke E0 * (V/d) * 
Integrate[((d/2) / (((x0)^+ (d/2)^z0^2)^(3/2))), 
x0, -ax/2ax/2}, {z0, -az/2az/2}]

Ey2[x_y_0] := 
Ke E0 * (V/d) * 
Integrate[-((d/2) / (((x0)^+ (d/2)^z0^2)^(3/2))), 
x0, -ax/2ax/2}, {z0, -az/2az/2}]

Ey[x_y_0] := Ey1[xy0] + Ey2[xy0]

Eymedio[y_] := (1/ax) * Integrate[Ey[xy0], {x, -ax/2ax/2}]

And the output, without Eymedio[0]

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so calculating Ey[0,0,0] is fast, but when i try to calculate the "median" it takes like huge time.

Anything obvious i'm doing wrong with mathematica? i think the formulas are all correct.

Thanks for help
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Oct12-10, 06:07 AM
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That's probably because Ey[0, 0, 0] involves calculating a couple of integrals, while Eymedio[0] involves calculating integrals of integrals.

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