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Integral

Consider the vector field:

A ( r ) = x ax

S A (rs ) ds

where S is a cylinder whose axis is aligned with the z-axis and is

centered at the origin. This cylinder has a radius of 1 unit, and

extends 1 unit below the x-y plane and one unit above the x-y

plane. In other words, the cylinder has a height of 2 units.

z

1

1

y

1

x

Jim Stiles

Dept. of EECS

09/06/05

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cylinder as surface S1, the side as S2, and the bottom as S3.

The surface integral will therefore be evaluated as:

S A (r ) ds = S A (r ) ds + S A (r ) ds + S A (r ) ds

s

Lets define ds as pointing in the direction outward from the

closed surface.

S1 is a flat plane parallel to the x-y plane, defined as:

0 1

0 2

z =1

ds1 = dsz = az p dp d

S2 is a circular cylinder centered on the z- axis, defined as:

=1

0 2

1 z 1

ds2 = ds = a p dz d

Jim Stiles

Dept. of EECS

09/06/05

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0 1

0 2

z = 1

ds3 = dsz = az p dp d

A ( rs ) ds1 = x ax az d d

= x (0) d d

=0

A ( rs ) ds2 = x ax ap dz d

= x ( cos ) dz d

A ( rs ) ds3 = x ax az d d

= x (0) d d

=0

points on surface S1 and S3 ! Therefore:

1

= 0 + A ( rs ) ds2 + 0

S2

= A ( rs ) ds2

S2

Jim Stiles

Dept. of EECS

09/06/05

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coordinate system as ds .

The differential vector ds is expressed in cylindrical

coordinates, therefore we must write the scalar integrand using

cylindrical coordinates.

We know that:

x = cos

Therefore:

A ( rs ) ds2 = x ( cos ) dz d

= cos ( cos ) dz d

= 2cos2 dz d

A ( rs ) ds2 = 2cos2 dz d

= 12 cos2 dz d

= cos2 dz d

For S2 we know that

Jim Stiles

0 2

1 z 1.

Dept. of EECS

09/06/05

Therefore:

S A (rs ) ds = S A (rs ) ds

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2 1

cos dz d

2

0 1

variables.

becomes:

2 1

S A (rs ) ds = cos dz d

2

0 1

cos d dz

2

= ( 0 ) (1 (1) )

= 2

Jim Stiles

Dept. of EECS

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