ELEG320_HW2_F10 - DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER...

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Unformatted text preview: DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE ELEG 320 ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD THEORY I HOMEWORK #2 – DUE SEPTEMBER 21, 2010 1. Starting from the Biot-Savart Law derive Ampere’s Law. Draw a clear picture to establish a sign convention and identify the relevant vectors. SOLVE the relevant integrals. 2. Derive Gauss's Law for Magnetic Fields. 3. Problem 4.33 in the 6th Edition, (4.30 5th Edition). 4. Problem 4.44 in the 6th Edition, (4.40 5th Edition). 5. Problem 4.56 in the 6th Edition, (4.52 5th Edition). 6. A rectangular cavity resonator consists of a box of the region and bounded by perfectly conducting walls on all of its six sides. The timevarying electric and magnetic fields inside the resonator are given as follows: 7. Problem 5.17 in the 6th Edition, (5.16 5th Edition). 8. Problem 5.23 in the 6th Edition, (5.22 5th Edition). ...
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