HW4 - b. (3) Find a capacitance of a nested spherical...

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HW4 due on 2/7 The general procedure is obvious. First, give +Q and –Q to capacitor metals. Then, calculate the E-field using Gauss’s law and calculate voltage. C is given by Q/V. (1) Find a capacitance of a parallel plate (width w x length L) capacitor with a plate distance d. (2) Find a capacitance of a nested cylindrical capacitor (height L) with the radii of a <
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Unformatted text preview: b. (3) Find a capacitance of a nested spherical capacitor with the radii of a < b. Hint: the E field exists only between two spheres and depends on 1/R 2 . You can integrate the E-field from a to b and find voltage....
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This note was uploaded on 09/14/2011 for the course ELEN 201 taught by Professor Dr.toshishigeyamada during the Winter '11 term at Santa Clara.

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