Oct 27, 2012 Thread starter #1 D dwsmith Well-known member Feb 1, 2012 1,673 $$ \vec{E} = -E\cos\theta\left(1 + \frac{2a^3}{r^3}\right)\hat{e_r} + E\sin\theta\left(1 - \frac{a^3}{r^3}\right)\hat{e_{\theta}}. $$ How can I plot this in Mathematica?

$$ \vec{E} = -E\cos\theta\left(1 + \frac{2a^3}{r^3}\right)\hat{e_r} + E\sin\theta\left(1 - \frac{a^3}{r^3}\right)\hat{e_{\theta}}. $$ How can I plot this in Mathematica?

Oct 29, 2012 Thread starter #2 D dwsmith Well-known member Feb 1, 2012 1,673 dwsmith said: $$ \vec{E} = -E\cos\theta\left(1 + \frac{2a^3}{r^3}\right)\hat{e_r} + E\sin\theta\left(1 - \frac{a^3}{r^3}\right)\hat{e_{\theta}}. $$ How can I plot this in Mathematica? Click to expand... Would this be the E-field for a = 1.35 and E = 1.66?

dwsmith said: $$ \vec{E} = -E\cos\theta\left(1 + \frac{2a^3}{r^3}\right)\hat{e_r} + E\sin\theta\left(1 - \frac{a^3}{r^3}\right)\hat{e_{\theta}}. $$ How can I plot this in Mathematica? Click to expand... Would this be the E-field for a = 1.35 and E = 1.66?