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Here graph can be ploted using two ways

1) Integral Defination of Bessel's Function
2) Sum mation Defination of Bessel's Function

1) INTEGRAL DEFINITION OF BESSEL FUNCTION
p := 1

Jp( ur ) :=

1 


Bessels Function

cos ( ur  sin ( ) - p  ) d

0

Given
4V

5 -1

u := 7.7 10 m

A := 1 10

i := 0 , 1 .. 1000
r :=
i

m

the m aximum value and m inimum values of 'i' are choosen such that

i

-6

 13 10
1000

-6

m

here for i=0, r becom es zero and for i=1000, r becomes 13. 10
i

i

-6

so the r is in the 0<= r<= 13. 10
i

m , as per the question.

( i)

F1 := A  Jp u r
i

F1(r)

3

6 10

3

F1 (VOLTS/M)

4 10

3

2 10
F1

i

0

3

- 2 10

3

- 4 10

0

-6

5 10

1 10
ri
r (METERS)

-5

-5

1.5 10

m

.

so a greater value 30 is taken here. L  30 p := 1 L Jp( ur) := ( -1 )  k  ur  p+ 2 k 2   Summ ation Definition of Bessel's Function k! ( p + k)! k=0 p := 1 i := 0 .210 .510 -5 .410 3 3 0 510 -6 -5 1 10 ri r (METERS) 1.2) SUMMATION DEFINITION OF BESSEL FUNCTION From L>11 the graph rem ains same. 1000 r := i i 1000 -6  13 10 m ( i) F1 := A Jp u r i F1(r) (SUMMATION APPROACH) 610 F1 (VOLTS/M) 410 210 F1 3 3 3 i 0 .. 1 .