520.219 Fields, Matter, and Waves
Fall 2012
Homework #3 Electric Flux Density and Gausss Law
Due:
Reading:
At the beginning of class on Wednesday, Oct. 3
Engineering Electromagnetics Chapter 3
Problem 1:
Consider an infinite hollow cylindrical shell of ra
520.219 Fields, Matter, and Waves
Fall 2012
Homework #5 Conductors and Dielectrics
Due:
Reading:
At the beginning of class on Wednesday, Nov. 7
Engineering Electromagnetics Chapter 5
Problem 1:
Consider an electron beam of uniform circular cross-section w
Homework #1 Vector Analysis
September 21, 2015
1 Consider the following two vectors expressed in the Cartesian coordinate system, A = 3ax 2ay + 4az and B = 2ax + ay 2az
A) Calculate the magnitude of each vector.
V = v1 ax + v2 ay + v3 az
|V | =
2
2
2
v1 +
520.219 Fields, Matter, and Waves
Fall 2015
Homework #1 Vector Analysis
Due:
Reading:
At the beginning of class on Monday, Sept. 14
refer to Engineering Electromagnetics Chapter 1
Problem 1:
Consider the following two vectors expressed in the Cartesian co
520.219 Fields, Matter, and Waves
Fall 2014
Homework #2 Coulombs Law and the Electric Field
Due:
Reading:
in class on Wednesday, Sept. 23
Engineering Electromagnetics Chapter 2
Problem 1:
Consider an infinite sheet of charge lying in the x-y plane with a
Homework #2 - Coulomb's Law and the Electric Field
October 5, 2015
1 Consider an innite sheet of charge lying the x-y plane with a charge
density of s. For A) and B) consider this charge density to be constant.
A) How much charge lies within a square regi
Homework #3 - Biot-Savart Law and Computational Visualization of
Fields
October 9, 2015
Problem 1:
A) A square conducting lament of side length a lies centered at the origin in the x, y
plane z = 0. It carries current I in the general +a direction. Sketch
520.219 Fields, Matter, and Waves
Fall 2015
Homework #3 Biot-Savart Law and Computational Visualization of Fields
Due:
Reading:
in class on Wednesday, Oct. 7th
Engineering Electromagnetics Section 2.6 and Section 7.1
Problem 1:
A) A square conducting fila
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Fall 2015
Homework #4 Gausss Law and Amperes Law
Due:
Reading:
At the beginning of class on Wednesday, Oct. 28
Engineering Electromagnetics Chapters 3 and 7
Problem 1:
The charge of an electron is approximately -0.16 aC (
520.219 Fields, Matter, and Waves
Fall 2015
Practice Midterm #1
Note: for the midterm you will be provided with a formula sheet with any equation and integral that you
may need for the exam.
Problem 1: (10 points total)
An electric quadrupole is formed by
520.219 Fields, Matter, and Waves
Fall 2014
Final Exam
Quick Questions (2 points each)
Q1) Given a vector , how do you find the unit vector pointing in the same direction?
Q2) When evaluating a line integral in the direction in spherical coordinates, why
520.219 Fields, Matter, and Waves
Fall 2012
Homework #6 Capacitance, Poissons and Laplaces Equation
Due:
Reading:
At the beginning of class on Monday, Dec. 3
Engineering Electromagnetics Chapter 6
Problem 1:
A parallel plate capacitor is formed by two met
520.219 Fields, Matter, and Waves
Fall 2012
Homework #7 Steady Magnetic Fields
Due:
Reading:
before Monday, Dec. 10 (Hand in to my office, Barton 221)
Engineering Electromagnetics Chapter 7
Problem 1: (Biot-Savart Law)
A) A circular conducting filament of
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Fall 2010
Final Exam
Quick Questions (2 points each)
01) What vector operation is used to find the components of a vector in the directions of a particular
coordinate system (for example the xcomponent, y-component, zcomp
520.219 Fields, Matter, and Waves
Fall 2012
Homework #2 Coulombs Law and the Electric Field
Due:
Reading:
At the beginning of class on Wednesday, Sept. 26
Engineering Electromagnetics Chapter 2
Problem 1:
As shown in class, the electric field from a singl
520.219 Fields, Matter, and Waves
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Homework #1 Vector Analysis
Due:
Reading:
At the beginning of class on Monday, Sept. 17
Engineering Electromagnetics Chapter 1
Problem 1:
Using the following vectors,
Compute:
A)
B)
)
C) (
)(
D) (
E)
(
)
(
)
)
(
520.219 Fields, Matter, and Waves
Fall 2010
Final Exam
Quick Questions (2 points each)
Q1) What vector operation is used to find the components of a vector in the directions of a particular
coordinate system (for example the x-component, y-component, z-co
520.219 Fields, Matter, and Waves
Fall 2012
Homework #4 Energy and the Electric Potential Field
Due:
Reading:
At the beginning of class on Monday, Oct. 22
Engineering Electromagnetics Chapter 4
Problem 1:
Consider the infinite line of charge with linear c
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Fall 2011
Midterm #1
Problem 1: (10 points total)
An electric quadrupole is formed by placing four charges at the corners of a square in the xyplane. Two charges of +q are placed at x=1, y=0 and x=-1, y=0. Two charges of
520.219 Fields, Matter, and Waves
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Midterm #2
Problem 1: (20 points total)
Consider a solid spherical charged volume with radius , a total charge , and a constant
volume charge density.
A) (1 point) Solve for the volume charge density of the sphe