Physics for Engineering Students II (33-107) Exam 1
Carnegie Mellon University
September 19, 2011 v1.1
Name_
Signature_
Section_
A 8:30 Ben Carlson
B 9:30 Ben Carlson
C 10:30 Robert Haussman
D 11:30 Varun Vaidya
E 12:30 Robert Haussman
F 9:30 Brendan Fahy
Physics for Engineering Students II (33-107) Exam 4
Carnegie Mellon University
November 21, 2011 v1.01
Name_
Signature_
Section_
A 8:30 Ben Carlson
B 9:30 Ben Carlson
C 10:30 Robert Haussman
D 11:30 Varun Vaidya
E 12:30 Robert Haussman
F 9:30 Brendan Fahy
Physics 33-107
Assignment 4
Problem (1) A very long, solid insulating cylinder with radius R has a cylindrical hole with
radius a bored along its entire length. The axis of the hole is a distance b from the axis of the
cylinder, where a < b < R. The solid
Physics 33-107
Assignment 12
Problem (1) Are motional emfs a practical source of electricity? How fast (in m/s and mph)
would a 5.00 cm copper bar have to move at right angles to a 0.650 T magnetic eld to generate
1.50 V (the same as a AA battery) across
Physics 33-107
Assignment 11
Problem (1) A coil 4.00 cm in radius, containing 500 turns, is placed in a uniform magnetic eld
whose magnitude varies with time according to B = (0.0120 T/ s) t + (3.00 105 T/ s4 ) t4 . The
coil is connected to a 600 resistor
Physics 33-107
Assignment 10
Problem (1) A closed curve encircles several conductors. The line integral B dl around this
curve is 3.83 104 Tm.
(a) What is the net current in the conductors?
(b) If you were to integrate around the curve in the opposite dir
Physics 33-107
Problem (1) A loop of wire lies in the xy -plane and consists
of a semi-circular arc of radius a, another semi-circular arc
of radius 2a, and two straight segments along the y -axis, as
shown. A current I ows counterclockwise through the lo
Physics 33-107
Assignment 8
Problem (1) A particle with charge 7.80 C is moving with velocity v = (3.80 103 m/s). The
j
3 N) (5.20 103 N)k.
magnetic force on the particle is measured to be F = +(7.60 10
i
(a) Calculate all the components of the magnetic e
Physics 33-107
Assignment 6
Special problem:
(1) A solid metal spherical ball of radius Rin has charge +Q
on it. The ball is surrounded by two spherical shells, both of
which are concentric with the ball. The rst shell is a dielectric
(with no free charge
Physics 33-107
Assignment 5
Problem (1) A long solid iron rod has radius Rin and
charge per unit length . The rod runs along the axis of
a long copper pipe of inner radius a and outer radius b.
This pipe runs along the axis of a larger tin pipe of inner
r
Physics 33-107
Assignment 3
Special problem:
Problem (1) A long solid non-conducting rod has radius
R and charge per unit length uniformly distributed
throughout the rod. The rod runs along the axis of a
metal pipe of inner radius a and outer radius b. Th
Physics 33-107
Assignment 2
Problem (1) Special problem:
A non-conducting line segment of charge lies on the x-axis
y
between a and a. It is not uniformly charged. The charge
P
per unit length at any position x along the line segment
(0,d)
depends on x an
Problem (1) Three equal charges are located
at three corners of a square as shown. The three
corners labeled , , in the diagram are at
(0,0), (, ), (0, ), respectively. A test charge
is located at the fourth corner at (, 0) . For
parts (a), (b), and (c),
Physics 33-107
Assignment 0
Name:
Due Thursday, August 30, 2012
Section:
Read the Mathematics Review available on course web site (Blackboard) under Assignments. Answer the following questions based on that handout. These questions
should not be hard for
A
FORMULAS
0
T m
1x10 7
4
A
1
= 9109 Nm2/C2
40
E
0
A
= 910-12 C2/Nm2
c = 3108 m/s
g = 9.8 N/kg
atomic diameter 10-10 m
m proton = 1.710-27 kg
m electron = 910-31 kg
F
e = 1.610-19 C
nuclear diameter 10-15 m
Fq E,
1 Qq
,
r
4 0 r 2
E po int ch arg e
or shp
Physics 33-107
Fall 2012
Exam 4
Name (Print) _
Signature_
YOUR RECITATION SECTION: _
A
8:30 William McGinley
B
9:30 William McGinley
C 10:30 Daniel Stahlke
D 11:30 Ian Laflotte
E 12:30 Ian Laflotte
F
9:30 Daniel Stahlke
G 12:30 Bradley Treece
H
1:30 Bradl
Physics 33-107
Fall 2012
Exam 3
Name (Print) _
Signature_
YOUR RECITATION SECTION: _
A
8:30 William McGinley
B
9:30 William McGinley
C 10:30 Daniel Stahlke
D 11:30 Ian Laflotte
E 12:30 Ian Laflotte
F
9:30 Daniel Stahlke
G 12:30 Bradley Treece
H
1:30 Bradl
FORMULAS
0
T m
= 1x10 7
4
A
1
= 9109 Nm2/C2
40
0
= 910-12 C2/Nm2
c = 3108 m/s
g = 9.8 N/kg
atomic diameter 10-10 m
m proton = 1.710-27 kg
m electron = 910-31 kg
F=
e = 1.610-19 C
nuclear diameter 10-15 m
E po int ch arg e
F=q E,
1 Qq
,
r
4 0 r 2
or shpere
Physics 33-107
Fall 2012
Exam 2
Name (Print) _
Signature_
YOUR RECITATION SECTION: _
A
8:30 William McGinley
B
9:30 William McGinley
C 10:30 Daniel Stahlke
D 11:30 Ian Laflotte
E 12:30 Ian Laflotte
F
9:30 Daniel Stahlke
G 12:30 Bradley Treece
H
1:30 Bradl
Probiem 1 (30 points):
The figure above on the left shows a sphere of radius R0, with unifome distributed positive volume charge density p. All answers
should be expressed in terms of the given variables and constants.
(a) (3 points) For the sphere
FORMULAS
1
= 9109 Nm2/C2
40
e = 1.610-19 C
c = 3108 m/s
0
g = 9.8 N/kg
atomic diameter 10-10 m
m proton = 1.710-27 kg
nuclear diameter 10-15 m
= 910-12 C2/Nm2
m electron = 910-31 kg
F=
E po int ch arg e
F=q E,
1 Qq
,
r
4 0 r 2
or shpere of ch arg e
E rod
Physics 33-107
Fall 2012
Exam 1
Name (Print) _
Signature_
YOUR RECITATION SECTION: _
A
8:30 William McGinley
B
9:30 William McGinley
C 10:30 Daniel Stahlke
D 11:30 Ian Laflotte
E 12:30 Ian Laflotte
F
9:30 Daniel Stahlke
G 12:30 Bradley Treece
H
1:30 Bradl
Physics for Engineering Students II (33-107) Exam 3
Carnegie Mellon University
October 31, 2011 v1.1a
Name_
Signature_
Section_
A 8:30 Ben Carlson
B 9:30 Ben Carlson
C 10:30 Robert Haussman
D 11:30 Varun Vaidya
E 12:30 Robert Haussman
F 9:30 Brendan Fahy