James

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comment Converting polar coordinate expression to cartesian coordinates
@celtschk the second method does work, thank you. I did not think to remove the variables one at a time, but it was far more successful.
Oct
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comment Converting polar coordinate expression to cartesian coordinates
@celtschk my earlier reply was to your first reply. When I use that formulation I get this error Integrate::ilim: "Invalid integration variable or limit(s) in {Sqrt[k1^2+k2^2],0,[Infinity]}." Reduce::fexp: Warning: Reduce used FunctionExpand to transform the system. Since FunctionExpand transformation rules are only generically correct, the solution set might have been altered.
Oct
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comment Converting polar coordinate expression to cartesian coordinates
That works quite well in my sample code, but threw up warnings when used for my actual result. After a few minutes I aborted the evaluation.
Oct
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comment Converting polar coordinate expression to cartesian coordinates
It came up in my searches, but appears to transform point coordinates rather than functions of coordinates.