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HW 3

# HW 3 - surface at ns 1 t = c Calculate the voltage between...

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10:1A Homework 3/ Fall 2004 Name:_____________________________ EE 3320 Due Monday, September13, 2004 Please print this sheet out and attach your work to it to hand in. Cylindrical conductor surfaces are located at cm 1 = ρ and cm 2 = ρ from an axis in free space. The volume cm 2 cm 1 < ρ < contains the fields ( ) m A 8 2 z 2 t 10 6 cos ˆ π π × φ = ρ H G and ( ) m V 8 z 2 t 10 6 cos 240 ˆ π π × ρ π ρ = E G . a. Calculate the magnetic flux, Φ , through the planar surface defined by . Use m 1 . 0 z m 0 , cm 2 cm 1 , 0 < < < ρ < = φ dz d ˆ S d ρ φ = G b. Use the magnetic flux to calculate the induced emf around the perimeter of the planar
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Unformatted text preview: surface at ns 1 t = . c. Calculate the voltage between the conducting plates at m 1 . z , ns 1 t = = . d. According to the figure below, if the perimeter of the planar surface is a conductor, which direction (CW or CCW) would the current flow at ns 1 t = ? z ˆ ρ ˆ = φ φ + ˆ cm 1 cm 2 S d G z = cm 10 z =...
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