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ECE6'O4 Homework 6 Out: Tuesday, February 24, 2004 (Session 13)
Due: Tuesday, March 2, 2004 (Session 15)
[Students with tape delays: due according to session number] Problem numbers are from the text by Ramo, Whinnery and Van Duzer (3rd edition, 1994). 1) 3.7c 2) 3.110
3) 3.18a
4) 3.18b 5) In the magnetoquasistatic approximation to Maxwell’s equations, the displacement
current is assumed to be much less than the conduction current, so that Ampere’s Law may be written:
V x H = J Assuming that this approximation holds, show that Maxwell’s equations for a spatially uniform medium with ﬁnite conductivity (5 lead to the magnetic diffusion equation,
written VZH =HG§E
[it Note: You may assume J = 6E and B = uH. 6) A spherical conductor of radius a is exposed to a uniform time—varying magnetic field
in the zdirection: B(t) = Bosin wt 2 It may be assumed that the radius a of the sphere is very small compared to the skin
depth 5, given by 8 = 1/(7tfuo) where o is the conductivity, f is the frequency, and u is the permeability, assumed to be
no everywhere. Derive an expression for the timeaverage power dissipated in the sphere. Z Conducting sphere
of radius 21 MW 7) Consider a simple parallel plate capacitor connected to a sinusoidal voltage source
V(t) = V0 sin cot, as shown. «d—>l The radius of each of the round conducting plates is a, and the separation between the
plates is d. The medium between the plates is a perfect insulator with permittivity 8,
and permeability uo . Let d<<a<<9t, where 7» is the wavelength that a ﬁeely— propagating wave at frequency co would have in this dielectric medium. (a) Using one or more of Maxwell’s equations (in integral or differential form, your
choice) determine the D ﬁeld in the region between the plates. Express your answer in terms of V0, 0), a, d, S, no and/or X. State all assumptions and
approximations that you are making. (b) A time—varying D ﬁeld is associated with a circulating magnetic ﬁeld. Show that aVooor A the vector ﬁeld H in the region between the plates is given by H = cos wt 4) where (i) is the unit vector in the 4) direction, as shown on the diagram above. Show the contour, surface, or volume that allows you to make this determination. State
all assumptions and approximations that you are making. (WM) (WE) magnetic ﬁeld energy and WE is the total electric ﬁeld energy Within the capacitor.
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