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Course: EEL 3470, Spring 2012
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of Department Electrical and Computer Engineering EEL 3470 Electromagnetic Fields Homework Set No. 3 Please turn in your answers, MatLab files and results. Each group should turn in ONLY one set of homework. Print this page and write your answers. After that, attach your MatLab files and results. Names: __________________ ___________________ ___________________ Problem 1. A line charge is distributed on an...

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of Department Electrical and Computer Engineering EEL 3470 Electromagnetic Fields Homework Set No. 3 Please turn in your answers, MatLab files and results. Each group should turn in ONLY one set of homework. Print this page and write your answers. After that, attach your MatLab files and results. Names: __________________ ___________________ ___________________ Problem 1. A line charge is distributed on an elliptical ring which is located in the x = -1 plane (parallel to yoz plane). The elliptical equation on x = - 1 plane is given 1 . The line charge density is defined as 4 . Let a = as 1, b = 0.5, find potential on yoz plane defined by [y,z] = meshgrid(-2:0.5;2, 2:0.5:2) and plot using contour. After that, numerically find electric field using MatLab function gradient and quiver plot it. Compare your results with those from Hw3_P4 (solution and m file are posted). (Note, you can let a cos , sin cos .) sin so that Answer/Figures (you can attach after this page): Problem 2. For the charge surface distribution in Lonngren 2.6.5, find potential at point [2 3 -4] from this surface charge. Answer: Problem 3. Electric potential V in free space is given as: 3 cos Find: (1) Electric field E and displacement D; (2) Volume charge density ; (3) Total charge within spherical volume defined by: 1 6, 25 80 , 10 85 Note: based on Gausss law, the problem can be solved by either (a) Evaluate the closed form integral (b) Calculate using over the closed region. . Answer: (1) (2) (3) Problem 4. A parallel plate capacitor is filled with a nonuniform dielectric characterized by r = 3 + 3x , where x is the distance from one plate. If the area of each plate S and the separation between the two plates is d, find the capacitance C. Answer : Problem 5. (1) Lonngren 2.7.2; (2) Lonngren 2.8.7; Answer: (1) (2) Problem 6. Assume that there are two concentric spheres with radii . The 3 3 . Find the capacitance dielectric distribution is given as: between these two spheres. Answer:
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CHAPTER 10Acquisition and Disposition of Property, Plant, and EquipmentASSIGNMENT CLASSIFICATION TABLE (BY TOPIC)Topics 1. Valuation and classification of land, buildings, and equipment. 2. Self-constructed assets, capitalization of overhead. 3. Capita
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St. John's - ACC - 3341
CHAPTER 20Accounting for Pensions and Postretirement BenefitsASSIGNMENT CLASSIFICATION TABLE (BY TOPIC)Topics 1. Basic definitions and concepts related to pension plans. 2. Worksheet preparation. 3. Income statement recognition, computation of pension
St. John's - ACC - 3341
CHAPTER 21Accounting for LeasesASSIGNMENT CLASSIFICATION TABLE (BY TOPIC)Topics *1. *2. Rationale for leasing. Lessees; classification of leases; accounting by lessees. Disclosure of leases. Lessors; classification of leases; accounting by lessors. Res
St. John's - ACC - 3341
CHAPTER 22Accounting Changes and Error AnalysisASSIGNMENT CLASSIFICATION TABLE (BY TOPIC)Topics 1. Differences between change in principle, change in estimate, change in entity, errors. Accounting changes: a. b. Comprehensive. Changes in estimate, chan
St. John's - ACC - 3341
CHAPTER 23Statement of Cash FlowsASSIGNMENT CLASSIFICATION TABLE (BY TOPIC)Topics 1. Format, objectives purpose, and source of statement. 2. Classifying investing, financing, and operating activities. 3. Direct vs. indirect methods of preparing operati
St. John's - ACC - 3341
CHAPTER 24Full Disclosure in Financial ReportingASSIGNMENT CLASSIFICATION TABLE (BY TOPIC)Topics * 1. * 2. * 3. * 4. * 5. * 6. * 7. * 8. *9. *10. *11. *12. *13. *14. *15. *16. The disclosure principle; type of disclosure. Role of notes that accompany f
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St. John's - ACC - 3341
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St. John's - ACC - 3341
IntermediateAccounting3- 1Prepared byCoby HarmonUniversity of California, Santa Barbara3The AccountingInformation SystemIntermediateAccounting14thEdition3-2Kieso,Weygandt,andWarfieldLearning ObjectivesLearning Objectives1.2.Explain double
St. John's - ACC - 3341
IntermediateAccounting4-1Prepared byCoby HarmonUniversity of California, Santa Barbara4Income Statement andRelated InformationIntermediateAccounting14thEdition4 -2Kieso,Weygandt,andWarfieldLearning ObjectivesLearning Objectives1.2.Prepare
St. John's - ACC - 3341
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St. John's - ACC - 3341
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St. John's - ACC - 3341
IntermediateAccounting7-1Prepared byCoby HarmonUniversity of California, Santa Barbara7Cash and ReceivablesIntermediateAccounting14thEditionKieso,Weygandt,andWarfield7-2Learning ObjectivesLearning Objectives1.2.Indicate how to report cash
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