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Unformatted text preview: ECE 329 Introduction to Electromagnetic Fields Spring 08 University of Illinois Goddard, Peck, Waldrop, Kudeki Exam 1 Thursday, Feb 14, 2008 — 7:00-8:15 PM warmer «ach 7 Section: 9 AM 12 Noon 1 PM 2 PM \ Please clearly PRINT your name in CAPITAL LETTERS and circle your section in the above boxes. This is a closed book exam and calculators are not allowed. You are allowed one formula sheet of 8.5 by 11 inch dimensions —- both sides of the sheet may be used. Please show all your work and make sure to include your reasoning for each answer. All answers should include units wherever appropriate. Problem 1 (25 points) Problem 2 (25 points) Problem 3 (25 points) Problem 4 (25 points) ETAL (100 points) H :) M( in 1. Consider the static charge distribuition shown in the following diagram: y (In) a) (6 pts) What is the electric field E at the origin? Explain. «€30 out M OvCS/{w lei/i.3 leliqi/ lawmA .-::.===‘=="’—’ flwwewdfl 'TLVL flirt/x ClALV-ffi d/{f'lviwd‘m- b) (6 pts) What is the electric flux fsl E - dS computed over a spherical surface 8'1 of radius 3 m located about the origin? gg'eazzéyisic‘ | £0 0% c) (6 pts) What is the electric flux 9952 E ' dS computed over a spherical surface 8'2 of radius 5 m located about the origin? 9% 2 1:?le : QV'L : ‘Qcml ('44:) : 30 P $3 flz d) (7 pts) If a positive test charge q > 0 were placed at position P1 (indicated in the diagram) in which unit vector direction would the charge be accelerated? Explain. ' 2C ‘39 A [MS—{Him imokw-Se i will lrm AHYM/fed +0 m ,Z.c at“:ch M 73qw‘ may; gWSLLU WW. h w éme WW‘i‘Jfil Cl/kL—zyt «71 7="~iw~' Mcfw) accx/(Lrwlw‘xm duh-r uh'm.‘ 01 a! Wad/(J be “P; I F " zetxm“ M / 2 // H2 /\ 2. A current I : 5 A flows from 2 z —00 to +00 along the z axis. a) (5 pts) Consider a square path in the my plane defined by the vertices, in order, (1,—1,0), (1,1,0), (~1,1,0), and (—1,—1,0). Find the numerical value of the line integral fCH - (11 along this path of the magnetic field H produced by current I. C ‘ ’ .QAAc/CaC/ecl) W? C an “lZ'oLu-eOh’an, ‘ ‘-“ M = ‘3 A b) (5 pts) NOW consider a simple circular path with a radius of r = 1 In. Find the numerical value of the line integral along this path (taken in the same direction as in part (a)) of the magnetic field H produced by current I. gait“, Mosh/Lt wlik root“; k;( 5‘ “give—4., '0‘)!» c, Ca.) 61051 (A) ext/~ch €/(ku( ~2— acid—cg Marl} $‘A/ (Mr #044 / mace, AW“ 30C H-011 zfl/ c) (5 pts) What is the magnitude of H at (1,0,0)? (Hint: use the circular path of part an. w (M g3 m]: 2m UH = 6% a (HP; 7: C M d) (4 pts) What is the direction of H at (1,0,0)? (121404 ~ WM 1W M we“ 01/! 0M ’AAMJ- 4::(1 “(7AM {bumr/ momma, "ii/mil 1w;qu WM :24 H W b1 1'}: M ( 1/0, 0) . e) (3 pts) What is the force per unit charge of a charge movihg‘isvit a velocity 158 m/s at (1,0,0)? E l g l l l ‘f We (1;; ’29 E...— ” ,_C")X(A)log J,“ W a " 1X g 0‘ Q/“fi w/i/As- M ’ ‘2. ____ 2 , g l l l l l l i f) (3 pts) What is the force per unit charge of a charge moving with a velocity 13} m/s at (1,0,0)? 3:“ 1m“; (M £20 111Lch C—flfgs/u.§ ‘l A’lfl/OV’Z) : “~51 3. (25 pts) An important identity in vector calculus is that the divergence of the curl of any vector field F = Fay/2+ FyQ—I— Fzé with differentiable Cartesian components Fm, Fy, and Fz is equal to zero. Prove this identity by first expanding the curl of F. (Pi/WK Va VXE'W? A A /\ flo {ad/Secure; Maw/c with Poi/\Vréd M01423 Tot/lag iwf (MM m Mom to VLmoLL/ M Via/1A3 Jacoszf-iM /flm/ v.9»? :0 Lama! / (d) (e) (f) In free space (where 12,, = c = 3 X 108 m/s) there is a surface current density in the z = 0 plane of the form J s = £13003), where Jso(t) = ~Kt for O < t < 1 us and 0 otherwise, as shown in the diagram above on the left; constant K = 106 A —— and the horizontal and vertical axes of the diagram are labeled in ,us and A/m units, respectively. HIS Consider the graphs a—h shown above on the right and answer the following questions —— in each part explain briefly your reasoning for your answer: a) (8 pts) Which waveform shape (a—h) describes the y—component, Hy, of magnetic field H produced by J S as a function of position 2 at time t = 2 as? Hint: Where will parts A, B, C of the source waveform end up at t = 2 us? ' H WMb‘eoVk» IE ((-1) l’LLCGtMLL EL WVFa-flm 7W9 rig/A] I’M/(L b) (7 pts) Which waveform shape describes the (Ia—component, Em, of electric field E as a function of position 2 at time t = 2 as? E, vaw—M— }S (h) %€Mlafi%&m]¢»cfl"fhmj a and i=3?» Mat 1% Janka {a orpm’te Amer/Hm. with 1—30 WWQFoll—MA MWV(/ 9K WWW/FM U c) (5 pts) At time t = 4 ,us, what is the width of the triangular region of the wave disturbance (i.e., pulse Width) for z > 0? g ’9 _ 4x10 3*) = 260 «4 (gm) imam = C 4’6 rl’va—L 1;: d) (5 pts) At time t = 4/13, what is the maximum distance of the wave disturbance from the z = 0 We H m a} plane? is‘ @xlmol (24x5)< H7 Nov/463ml ’fifi‘fk' 2: ...
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