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Unformatted text preview: FEB-12-QDOé 15:06 Simone P.01/01 University of Toronto ECE 159S - Electrical Fundamentals February 12th 2004 Last Name: First Name: Student Number: Quiz 2 — Electric Currents and Magnetic Field (6 = 1.6x10‘19 C, so = 8.85x10'12 C2/Nm2, p0 = 41rx10'7 Tm/A) Question I [5 marks] A 10 £2 resistor made of an unknown material is rated for 1/10 Watt operation. (a) What are the maximum current and the maximum voltage that the resistor can withstand before failing? (2 marks) (b) If the resistor fails within 1 us, what energy is required? (I mark) (c) The resistor measures 1 mm x 1 mm x 1 cm with current flow in the longer dimension. What is the resistivity of this material? (I mark) ((1) What is the current density just before failing? (1 mark) 0») F: VI VIIK :7 ?=IZR =_V._ :0.) A lrmek P= 0.1 w Ver= t/PR = \lmxzo = l \/ mack t) _. ~ - 3 E—Pb~O/2<Ioé: 10‘73‘ \HARK fl=zo mm f‘flfl—LOJZ—Klmanl' glimm: [Karl—m .6 (0 mm lof2 TOTAL P.01 FEB-12-2004 14:39 erik P.01/01 University of Toronto ECE 159S - Electrical Fundamentals February 12th 2004 Question 2 [5 marks] Four straight, infinitely long conductors with currents I, I, 21 and 11 are arranged as shown in the figure below (I, I, 21 in the corners of an equilateral triangle and 11 in its center). I g; down (a) Obtain the net force/meter (magnitude and direction) that is applied to the conductor located at the center. Draw the vector on the figure. (3 marks) (b) Assume a mass density of M (kg/m) for the conductor at the center. Obtain the current 11, in terms of the other parameters, such that the conductor is levitating. (2 marks) (Hint: The magnitude of the force per unite length for two long conductors carrying currents 11 and 12 is lF|= no 11 12/ (27rd), where d is the distance between the two conductors.) (a) -' __, .= “911‘ H‘i “1‘ 1R4 _ __ HO(ZI)I _ Halli \Fai - zfld‘ - Rd "\ A yaIII A HOII'A NOII'A fiat: Zlfilcosma' - = 2x ZRJ x3 - Nd J 2‘ 217:1, J I\ A _,_ A A ' “.114‘ '_ Lb) 'FMt—HgJ-zo —>-— 2% J-N8J—O fiat M8 \‘l Q .5: 2_ 2nd 8 20f2 TOTAL P . 01 ...
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course ENGINEERIN ece159 taught by Professor B.wang during the Winter '08 term at University of Toronto- Toronto.

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