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• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields Prof. Jevti HOMEWORK #4 Hints and Answers Problems 1&2 Hints: Electric field lines are orthogonal to equipotential surfaces. Electric field lines do not intersect. Equipotential surfaces do not intersect. Prob

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 W Winter Q Quarter 2 2008/09 Ele ectric an Magnetic Fiel nd lds Instr ructor: Jova Jevti, P an Ph.D. Assistant professor, EECS S Cou urse Desc cription The p primary goal of this cours is to develop an unders se standing of t physical p the

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields (Winter 2008-09) Prof. Jevti Homework #7 Problem 1 I Consider a coaxial cable of inner and outer conductor radii b a = 1cm and b = 2cm . The center conductor carries a DC current I = 100 A uniformly distributed

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields (Winter 2008-09) Prof. Jevti Homework #5 C c Problem 1 Calculate the capacitance C of a spherical capacitor shown in the Figure if a = 10cm , b = 15cm , c = 20cm , and r = 2 . b a Air r C Problem 2 The lo

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields (Winter 2008-09) Prof. Jevti Homework #6a Problem 1 For the Biot-Savarts law of magnetostatics provide: a) a vector formula for the magnetic field intensity d H of a current element Idl , b) a sketch with all th

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields Prof. Jevtic HOMEWORK #3 Problem 1 Starting from the expression: , + ( L / 2) 2 where E is the electric field intensity in the transverse plane passing through the center of the straight wire of length L , unif

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields Prof. Jevti HOMEWORK #4 Problem 1 The plot below shows the electric field lines in a plane transverse to two infinitely long cylindrical conductors carrying equal amounts of charge per unit length q \' . On the s

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields Prof. Jevti Homework #2 Problem 1 Chapter 1, questions 7a and 8a. Problem 2 If the vertices of a triangle have Cartesian coordinates A(1,1, 1), B (1, 2,1), and C (2, 1, 2) , calculate the area of the triangle. P

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields Prof. Jevti HOMEWORK #3 Hints and Answers Problem 1 a) Hints: E (=) N C2 , 0 (=) C Nm 2 b) Hint: Find the asymptotic form, not the limit (i.e., infinity is not the answer.) c) Hint: Find the asymptotic form, n

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields Prof. Jevtic Line Charge Example Problem Consider a wire of length L uniformly charged with a line charge density q \' . Find the electric field vector E at a point P located in the mid axial plane at a distance

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields Prof. Jevtic Surface Charge Example Problem Consider an infinitely long strip of width w uniformly charged with surface charge density . Determine the electric field vector at a point P located at a height h ab

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
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• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203,Winter2008/09,prof.Jevtic Week Day Topics 1 1 Syllabus,Teslacoildemo,topicsoverview 2 Vectoralgebra:notation,addition,geometricinterpretation,dotandvectorproducts 3 Vectoralgebra:asageometriclanguage,matchinggames,cosineandsinetheorems 4 Cylin

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Winter Quarter 2007-2008 Electric and Magnetic Fields Instructor: Jovan Jevti, Ph.D. Assistant professor, EECS Course Description The primary goal of this course is to develop an understanding of the physical properties of electric and magne

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields (Winter 2007-08) Prof. Jevti Practice Problems for the 3rd Midterm Exam Name C Problem 1 The lower half of the volume between the electrodes of a spherical capacitor is filled with mineral oil ( r = 2.1 ), whi

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields (Winter 2007-08) Prof. Jevti HOMEWORK #1 due First Exam The table below compares the textbook notation to the notation weve used in class. Physical quantity Vector Unit vector Vector magnitude Basis vector Text

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE-3203 WI 07-08 Homework 0 Name_ Due date: Tuesday 2nd week, at class [This is a graded assessment homework-do not work with other students on this homework. You may not ask for assistance in clarifying problem statements from anyone except the inst

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields (Winter 2007-08) Practice Problems for the 3rd Midterm Exam ANSWERS 1) Prof. Jevti 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 2 0 ( r + 1) = 17.2 pF 1 1 a b 2 0 L = 1.43nF C= 1 b c ln + ln r a b 3 + r 2 0 L = 759 pF b 4 ln a V

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields (Winter 2007-08) Prof. Jevtic HOMEWORK #2 due Second Exam The table below compares the textbook notation to the notation we\'ve used in class. Physical quantity Line charge density Surface charge density Vector

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields (Winter 2006-2007) Prof. Jevtic Final Exam Name Problem 1 (5 pts) In an electrophorus experiment, as demonstrated in class and shown in the Figure, a conducting disk is first lowered on the charged surface of an

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields (Winter 2006-2007) Solution of the Bonus Problem #6 of the Sample 2nd Midterm Exam Prof. Jevtic The objective is to practice conversion from an expression in terms of generalized curvilinear coordinates to an ex

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE-3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields Lectures Week Day 1 1 2 3 4 Topic Introduction and motivation for electromagnetic fields Cartesian coordinates; position and distance vectors, and unit vectors in rectangular form in Cartesian coordinates Dot prod

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
Gauss Law Cartesian Example Jevti} Lecture 22 Problem Consider a uniform charge distribution bounded by two infinite parallel planes. The charge density is = 10 nC m3 and the distance between the planes is d = 1cm . a) Use the integral form of the

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields (Winter 2006-2007) Prof. Jevtic Final Exam Solutions

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields (Winter 2006-2007) Prof. Jevtic HOMEWORK #5 due Second Exam A. Flux Problem A1 Problem A2 Wentworth Drill 2.17 Wentworth Problem 2.29 B. Gauss Law Problem B1 Problem B2 Problem B3 Problem B4 Problem B5 C. Div

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields (Winter 2006-2007) Prof. Jevtic HOMEWORK #3 Geometry for Problem 3 h Pc a Q L/2 Pa L/2 Page 1 of 1

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields (Winter 2006-2007) Prof. Jevtic 1st Midterm Exam Solutions

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
Last week . Jevti} Lecture 13 Coordinate Systems z z z z z r EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields x P y y x P O O y x P x O z r y Cylindrical Cartesian Coordinates: Basis vectors: Lam coefficients: Spherical x, y, z x, y,

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields (Winter 2006-2007) Prof. Jevtic HOMEWORK #6 due Third Exam A. Potential Problem A1 Problem A2 Problem A3 Problem A4 Problem A5 Problem A6 Problem 2.42 Problem 2.44 Problem 2.45 Problem 2.47 Problem 2.48 Problem

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields (Winter 2006-2007) Prof. Jevtic HOMEWORK #4 due First Exam The table below compares the textbook notation to the notation we\'ve used in class. Physical quantity Line charge density Surface charge density Vector

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields Jevtic Lecture 1 Your instructor: prof. Jovan Jevti} \"}\" is soft as in Italian greeting \"Ciao!\" \"J\"s are soft as in German beer \"jagermeister\" EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields 3 years of teaching experienc

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
E-field: Arbitrary Source and Field Points Jevti} Lecture 6 q source point P field point O origin We\'ll use primed variables for source points radius vectors and coordinates. E P q R EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields r r\' O R R = 3 2 R R q

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
Flying by the Seat of Your Pants Jevtic Lecture 2 Can we learn from the experience of the pioneers of aviation? Man has lifted of the ground in an airplane just 100 years ago. EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields And it felt so easy aces were fly

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
Coordinates Jevti} Lecture 11 Position of a point P relative to origin O specified with 3 numbers: z Cartesian EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields ( x, y , z ) O r x P y ( , , z ) Cylindrical ( r , , ) Spherical EE3203 Electric and M

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
Review: Gauss Law in Integral Form Jevti} Lecture 21 Net flux of the displacement vector D thru a closed surface A equals net charge enclosed by the surface. n + + + + D EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields D = Qenc V A ( A D d 2 A = d

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields (Winter 2006-2007) Prof. Jevtic HOMEWORK #3 due Friday, Dec. 15 Problem 1 Starting from the expression: E= q\' 2 0 L/2 2 + ( L / 2) 2 which gives the electric field strength E at a distance from the cen

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
Review: Coordinate Systems Jevti} Lecture 23 z z z z z r x P y P y x O y x P EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields x O O z r y Cylindrical Cartesian Coordinates: Basis vectors: Lam coefficients: Spherical x, y, z x, y, z

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields (Winter 2006-2007) Prof. Jevtic HOMEWORK #3 due Friday, Dec. 15 Problem 2 (alternative selection for the origin) Derive an expression for the electric field vector E at a point P on the axis of a straight wire

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203- Electric and Magnetic Fields Prof. Jevtic Surface Charge Example Less Formal Solution Problem Consider an infinitely long strip of width w uniformly charged with surface charge density . Determine the electric field vector at a point P loc

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Winter Quarter 2006-2007 Electric and Magnetic Fields Instructor: Jovan Jevti}, Ph.D. Assistant professor, EECS Course Description The primary goal of this course is to develop an understanding of the physical properties of electric and magn

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields Prof. Jevtic Surface Charge Example Formal Solution Problem Consider an infinitely long strip of width w uniformly charged with surface charge density . Determine the electric field vector at a point P located

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields (Winter 2006-2007) Prof. Jevti} Class Handout - Friday, Dec. 1 Solved Problems in Vector Algebra Problems 1-14: Problems A1-A3: Required knowledge Advanced material

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields (Winter 2006-2007) Prof. Jevti} HOMEWORK #2 due Thursday, Dec. 7 Problem 1 Provide a graphical illustration of the following laws of vector addition: a) a + b = b + a b) (a + b) + c = a + (b + c) [10pts] [10pt

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields (Winter 2006-2007) Prof. Jevtic 2nd Midterm Exam PL E M SA Name Problem 1 (10 pts) Consider a pyramid whose corner points are located as shown in the Figure, where a = 1 0 c m . The positions of two electrica

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields (Winter 2006-2007) Prof. Jevtic 3rd Midterm Exam PL E M SA Name Problem 1a (20 pts) The lower half of the volume between the electrodes of a spherical capacitor is filled with mineral oil ( r = 2.1 ), while

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203
EE3203 Electric and Magnetic Fields (Winter 2007-08) Prof. Jevti Practice Problems for the 2nd Midterm Exam Name Problem 1 Consider a pyramid whose corner points are located as shown in the Figure, where a = 1 0 c m . The positions of two electric

• Milwaukee School of Engineering EE 3203