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HW2 P1007

# HW2 P1007 - mm EE 3320 work 2 Due at the beginning 0 ass...

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Unformatted text preview: mm EE 3320 work 2: Due at the beginning 0 ass onday e ruary , 2004. Please print this sheet out and attach your work to it to hand in. Use radian mode for all calculations. 1. Within a certain non-conducting region 8:10-111Xn and u =10‘5 % . If (3 = >22><10‘4 cos(105 t)sin(10‘3 y)T, lo I Y ' . _, a.) Use Ampere’s Law, Vxﬁ = i0 + @542, to ﬁnd the expression for the t electric ﬁeld, i . b.) Find the magnetic ﬂux, (1) , in Webers, through the surface deﬁned by x=0, 0<y<40m, 0<z<2m at tzlus. Assume dS=)‘<dS. c.) Find the emf generated along the perimeter of the surface in part b.) at lus using emf \$112. dt d.) Find the emf again at 111.3 , but use the path integral of the electric ﬁeld determined in part a.), i.e., emf = M: - (if . [ 2. Use one of Maxwell’s equations (Ampere’s law) and Stokes’ theorem to determine if at a distance of 2mm from the center of a solid cylindrical conductor of radius 1mm, where a steady-state current of 10mA is uniformly distributed over the cross section of the conductor. Be deliberate and rigorous in your development. 1: \omR ...
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