HW6 - Electromagnetics HW.6 Group.3 Deadline 23 8 89 1 A uniform line charge of Ξ is placed on an infinite straight wire a distance d above a

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Unformatted text preview: Electromagnetics HW.6 Group.3 Deadline 23 / 8 / 89 1. A uniform line charge of Ξ» is placed on an infinite straight wire, a distance d above a grounded conducting plane.(the wire is parallel to the x axis and the conducting plane is xy plane) i) find the potential in the region above the plane. ii) find the charge density Οƒ induced on the conducting plane. 2. The applied force from βƒ— p 1 dipole to βƒ— p 2 dipole can be found from the following relation: βƒ— F 12 = 1 4 πΡ [ 3( βƒ— p 1 .βƒ— r ) βƒ— p 2 + 3( βƒ— p 2 .βƒ— r ) βƒ— p 1 + 3( βƒ— p 1 .βƒ— p 2 ) βƒ— r r 5- 15( βƒ— p 1 .βƒ— r )( βƒ— p 2 .βƒ— r ) βƒ— r r 7 ] which βƒ— r is the vector from βƒ— p 1 to βƒ— p 2 . Now consider there’s a dipole βƒ— p = p sin ΞΈ Λ† y + p cos ΞΈ Λ† z on the z axis, a distance d above the grounded conducting plane( xy plane). Find the force which is applied from the conducting plane to the dipole. 3. In this problem we want to find the mutual capacity of two cylinders centered at x = x 01 and x = x 02 and straighten along z axis, with radius R 1 and R 2 . So solve the following questions hierarchically:....
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This note was uploaded on 12/23/2010 for the course ELECTRICAL EE251202 taught by Professor Rejaei during the Fall '10 term at Sharif University of Technology.

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HW6 - Electromagnetics HW.6 Group.3 Deadline 23 8 89 1 A uniform line charge of Ξ is placed on an infinite straight wire a distance d above a

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