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Unformatted text preview: ECE 220 — Quiz 4 (03/29/04) Please write your name at the top right corner before you start the exam
Remember to write the units of the various quantities that you calculate
Use the back side of each page if you need extra space. All formulas and units that you need are given on the last page 1. (6 points) Give a short deﬁnition of the following a) Electric Field (E)
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3. (6 points) The voltage in a cubic region deﬁned by 1 < x,y,z < 1 is given by
V = xzyzz (V)
Find the charge density in the region (assume a = so)
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V V 7’ v 8 :_ v / _ 2 z
I /g p ED ' V DC a z 4. (12 points) The magnetic ﬁeld through a 1 turn circular loop of radius 1 cm grows with
time according to the equation B = Bo(1+(t/T)) where BD=100pT and T=300s. Find the emf induced in the loop. (Direction of B — Coming out of the paper) (9 ® @ © 1
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E oLt 5. (20 points) A parallel plate capacitor with plate area 10mm X 10mm and distance
between the plates of 1mm, contains between its plates a dielectric with permittivity e =
490. Suppose the plate at x = 0 is at zero potential, the plate at i: = 0.001 m is at 4V, ﬁnd
V(x) (potential distribution) between the plates assuming the free charge density in the dielectric , pv = x (C/m’) 764M"! 76:0 List of units 1)
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8) J. Electric Flux Density(D) & Surface Charge Density(ps) — Coulombs/meter2(C/m2)
Volume Charge Density (pv) —— Coulombs/meter3 (C/m3) .
Electric Field Intensity (E) — Newtons/Coulomb (N/C) or Volts/meter (V/m)
Voltage — Volts(V) Magnetic Field ~ Amperes/meter(A/m) Magnetic Flux Density — Tesla ( T ) Pennjttivity (8) — Farads/meter (F/m) Permeability (u) — Henry/meter (H/In) List of formulas and quantities 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) p0 — permeability of free space (air) = 41: * 10‘7 (H/m)
so  permittivity of free space (air) = 8.854 * 10‘12 (F/m) Maxwell’s equations
VI) = p
313 vxE=——
at Vxﬁ=j+a—D
a: Gauss’s law for magnetic fields: {113 B—Jﬁ = 0 Relationship between Electric field E and voltage V E = —VV dV If V varies only along X direction, then E = ~E Poisson’s equation V 2V = —pv ls
Faraday’s law
Induced emf (8) = —£12
dt Vector operations in Cartesian coordinates GradientofascalarV: VV=an+aV 9...an
ax 3y Bz
DivergenceofavectorD: V.D = a DX + a DY + 6 DZ
ax 8y dz
2 2
V20 eratoronascalarV: VZV = 62V 8 V + a V
p 3x2 ay2 322 ...
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2008 for the course ECE 220 taught by Professor Hitchon during the Spring '05 term at University of Wisconsin Colleges Online.
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