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Laboratory 09
Datapath and Control
Prepared by:
Course:
Section:
Prepared:
Instructor:
Jessica Hernandez and Xiaoyang Liu
EENG 284
02
Dec 04, 2015
Dr. Dave
Evaluation: Jessica Hernandez
Percentage
Purpose
10
Procedure
20
Results/Successful
Demonstration/
EENG 386 Spring 2015
DUE: Wednesday, Jan. 28
Homework 3 - Solutions
Please show your work.
1. Calculating resistance (20 points)
A coaxial resistor of length l consists of two concentric cylinders. The inner cylinder has
radius a and is made of a material
EENG 386 Spring 2015
DUE: Wednesday, Feb. 4
Homework 4 - Solutions
Please show your work.
1. (20 points) In an old CRT (cathode ray tube) television, a point charge for which q = 2
x 10-16 C and m = 5 x 10-26 kg is moving in both an electric field,
v
v
E
EENG 386 Spring 2015
DUE: Wednesday, Jan. 14
Homework 1 - Solutions
Please show your work.
1. (20 points) As discussed in class, our course syllabus can be viewed as a contract,
with expectations for both the professor and students. In light of this, afte
EENG 386 Spring 2015
DUE: Wednesday, March 4
Homework 7 - Solutions
Please show your work.
Dont forget that your project proposals are also due in class on March 4.
1) (25 points) In addition to the proposal, please grade and evaluate the two sample
compu
EENG 386 Spring 2015
DUE: Wednesday, Feb. 11
Homework 5 - Solutions
Please show your work.
1. (20 points) A long cylindrical conductor whose axis is conincident with the z-axis has
v
a radius a and carries a current characterized by a current density J =
EENG 386 Spring 2015
DUE: Wednesday, Jan. 21
Homework 2
Please show your work. Total points: 120
1. (15 points) Each of the following
vector fields is displayed in the form of a vector
v
representation. Determine A analytically and then compare the result
EENG 386 Spring 2015
DUE: Wednesday, Feb. 18
Homework 6 - Solutions
Please show your work.
1. (10 points) In Homework 5, you were asked to prove the equivalence of the
differential and integral forms of Gausss Laws. Now, prove the equivalence of the
diffe
EENG 386 Practice Final
Conceptual question 1
A dipole is placed in a nonuniform electric field as illustrated at right.
(a) In the diagram at right, draw the force exerted
by the electric field on each end of the dipole in
the diagram above. How do the t
EGGN 386 Practice Final Solutions
Conceptual question 1
A dipole is placed in a nonuniform electric field as illustrated at right.
(a) In the diagram at right, draw the force exerted
by the electric field on each end of the dipole in
the diagram above. Ho