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Unformatted text preview: Name EE 311 Final Exam Fall 2009 December 19, 2009 Closed Text and Notes 1) Be sure you have 15 pages. 2) Write only on the question sheets. Show all your work. If you need more room for a particular problem, use the reverse side of the same page. 3) Write neatly, if your writing is illegible then print. 4) The last 6 pages contain equations that may be of use to you. 5) This exam is worth 200 points. Name Problem ‘— ABET Outcome Points Score l‘ 1 12 5 L 5 3 P 5 4 5 5 a 5 E 6 '4 5 7 10 —{ 8 J: ‘— 10 9 5 10 -J 5 11 5 _| 12 10 13 T 6 I: 14 + 5 —‘. 15 15 16 ‘1 fi 16 I 17 20 l— 18 6 total I— 150 —_‘ 3 (12 pts) l.Sh0wn are two co—centric conducting shells. The first conducting shell has inner radius a and outer radius b. The second conducting shell has inner radius c and outer radius (1. The outer surface of the outer conductor is tied to ground. The two conducting shells are initially uncharged. A point charge of +Q is placed at the center of the shells. What is the total charge in each of the following regions. Inner surface of the inner shell Interior of the inner shell Outer surface of the inner shell Inner surface of the outer shell Interior of the outer shell Outer surface of the outer shell 4 nC (5 pts) 2. The plane 2 = 10 m carries charge 20 7, everywhere else is free space. The electric field m intensity at the origin is, A) —10fiZX m B) —18naz BI<BI< C) —721tfiz D) 4607:2711 1 m (5 pts) 3. For the arrangement of charges shown each of value With V( r = 00) = 0, the potential at the origin is A) 0V B) 00 V C) 4 V D) 1 V E) none of the above 5 . . . 104‘ (5 pts) 4. How much energy is stored in an arrangement of two po1nt charges, one of charge TC at location (0, 1m, 0) and one of charge 10—5 C at (0, 2m, 0)? A)OJ B) 0.5.1 C) lJ D)2J (5 pts) 6. A parallel—plate capacitor connected to a battery stores twice as much charge with a given dielectric as it does with air as dielectric. The susceptibility of the dielectric is A) 0 B) 1 C) 2 D) 3 E) 4 (5 pts) 7. A potential difference V is applied to a mercury column in a cylindrical container. The mercury is now poured into another cylindrical container of half the radius and the same potential difference V is applied across the ends. As a result of this change of space, the resistance is increased A) 16 times B) 8 times C) 4 times D) 2 times 6 (10 pts) 5. Derive the capacitance per unit length for the coaxial cable shown. The inner conductor has radius a, the outer conductor radius b, and free space is between the conductors. 7 (10 pts) 8. An infinite wire is along the z—axis and carriers a current of 1A in the fiz direction. A second wire of length 1m carries a current of 1 A in the 51 direction, is parallel to the first wire and is 1 m away. (You can think of the conductor as a sliding bar of length 1 m on a rail system.) What is the force on the 1 m wire? I want a numerical value including the direction of the force. 8 (5 pts) 9. In the diagram, wire one carries a current I flowing out—of—the page and wire 2 carries the same current I but flowing into the page. The directions of the magnetic field intensities at positions A and B, defined at the point of intersection of the dashed lines, are, mtt B\\ m// B)T\L G)R\\ Dz// otT m\\ m// wee D\\ Wee Eff DTT 9 C (5 pts) 10. For 2 > O D = 251X + 25y + 22712 -—2 and the relative permittivity is 8r =2 . For 2 < 0 the relative m permrttrvrty lS 8r=4. If the z = 0 plane 18 a sheet charge of densrty 2 —2, the electric flux m density for z < 0 is A C A)D=4§x+45y+2aZ—Z— m B)D=4?1X+4§ly£2 m A A C C)D=1ax+lay;; A A A C D)D=Iax+lay+2aZ—2 m E) none of the above A A A Wb . . . . . (5 pts) ll. For 2 > 0 B = Zax + 23y + 2212 —2 and the relative permeability lS Ltr =2 . For Z<O the relative m . . . . . l A A permeability lS urzl. If the z = 0 plane 18 a sheet current of densrty _7————ax, the 47tx10 m magnetic flux density for z < O is Wb A)B=lax+25y+2§z—7 m A A A Wb B)B=2ax+lay+2az——2 m A A Wb C)B=4fix+2ay+ZaZ-—é— m Wb D)B=2§x+4§y+zaZ—2— m E) none of the above 10 (10 pts) 12. Two solenoids have the same number of turns per unit length. They have different diameters and are co—axial. Shown is a cut through the length of the two solenoids indicating the direction of current flow where the same current, 1 A, is flowing in each solenoid. For the paths shown, which are in the same plane as the cut shown through the solenoid, evaluate the following integrals, 11 (6 pts) 13. Fill in the table with the standard units for the following magnetic flux density, B Magnetic field intensity, H Electric Field Intensity, E Electric Flux Density, D Electric flux, ‘1’ Magnetic flux, lP (5 pts) 14. A circular loop of wire carrying current I is in a constant magnetic flux density as show. Shown is a cut through the circular 1001. W The circular loop will A) will not rotate because the net magnetic force on a current loop in a constant magnetic field is zero. B) rotate clockwise C) rotate counterclockwise 12 (15 pts) 15. A 1m x 1m square loop contains a 2 S2 resistor and is moving at 1 m/s towards a region of uniform magnetic field 10 T into the page and of width 2 m. Assume the rectangular loop begins to enter the 2 m wide region of uniform magnetic field at t = 0. Plot the current versus time in the 2 S2 resistor from t = 0 to t = 7 3. Assume the current is positive if flowing in a clockwise direction. <———-——-—-——— zm ————————-> m u=lax— 2..., ; 3:101" into the page 13 (16 pts) 16. The following is the equation of the magnetic field intensity of an EM wave in free space. H=10cos(1 .884X107t— 6.28x10-2z)axf‘— In A) What is the wavelength of the wave? B) What is the frequency of the wave in Hz? C) What is the velocity of the wave? D) What is the electric field intensity of the wave? 14 V (20 pts) 17. A plane wave that has Ei=SOsin(6x108nt—41ty)§x—-— travels in a lossless dielectric with m 81:480, lll=ll0, and impinges normally onto a lossless dielectric with 82:1680 and u2=uo. Determine the complete expressions for Er, Hr , Et , and Ht . 15 (6 pts) 18. Material A has an index of refraction of 1.4 and material B an index of refraction of 1.1. For light in material A, the critical angle at the boundary between the two materials is A) 0° B) 38.20 C) 518" D) 90° E) 1800 F) none of the above ...
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