EE311 Homework X_updated

EE311 Homework X_updated - flowing in a clockwise...

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EE 311 Homework 10 Updated (Due Wednesday, April 13, 2011, Class time) Faraday’s Law-Electrodynamics, Displacement Current, Maxwell’s equations (5 questions) 1. (20 pts) 2. (20 pts) A 2m × 1m rectangular loop contains a 10 resistor and is moving at 1 m/s towards a region of uniform magnetic fields 10 T out of the page and of width 4 m. Assume the rectangular loop begins to enter the 4 m wide region of uniform magnetic field at t=0. Plot the current versus time in the 10 resistor from t = 0 to t = 7 s. Assume the current is positive if
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Unformatted text preview: flowing in a clockwise direction. 3. (20 pts) In free space, an electric field intensity is known to be 15 7 2 ( , ) 30cos[(2 10 ) ( 10 ) ] 3 z E y t t y a = + V/m, find magnetic field intensity H . 10 2 m 1 m 1 t i 4 m B = 10 4. (20 pts) A parallel plate capacitor is being charged by a current of value i(t) = 10t A. If the area of the capacitor plates is 10 4 cm 2 , what is the displacement current density between the capacitor plates? 5. (20 pts)...
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