EE 330
Task #2
Fall 2009
Cylindrical Capacitor
You have accepted a position of a design engineer with a company producing capacitors,
inductors and other electrical devices.
Your first assignment is to design a cylindrical capacitor. The design requiremen
EE 330
Task Report Questionnaire #1
Spring 2009
Questionnaire
Task No:
1
Task Title:
Troubles with the network analyzer
Name:
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Section:
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Date:
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1
EE 330
Task Report Questionnaire #1
Spring 2009
Questionnaire
Give brief but accurate and thorough explana
EE 330
Lab #2 - Answers
Spring 2007
Cylindrical Capacitor
Upon the execution of the m-file, the following prompts (or similar) should be displayed in the Command Window: According to the given requirements: Enter the working voltage (in V) 250 Ent
E E 330
Midterm Exam No. 2
Fall 2007
Name:
Section: Section 1 (T 10:10A12:05P) Section 2 (T 12:20P02:15P) Section 3 (R 12:20P02:15P) Section 4 (R 02:30P04:25P)
PROBLEM 1 2 3 4 5 6 TOTAL
WEIGHT 15 20 20 20 20 5 100
SCORE
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EE 330
Task #5
Spring 2010
The Thracian Tomb: Treasure Hunt
After the discovery of a large number of Thracian tombs in the Valley of Roses in central
Bulgaria, the archeologists started calling this area the Valley of the Thracian Kings. Many of
the tombs
EE 330
Task Report Questionnaire #5
Questionnaire
Task No:
5
Task Title:
The Thracian Tomb: Treasure Hunt
Name:
_Thomas C Russell_
Section:
_3_
Date:
_3/25/2010_
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Spring 2010
EE 330
Task Report Questionnaire #5
Spring 2010
Questionnaire
Give brief but ac
EE 330
Lab #5
Assignment
Spring 2014
Lab 5. Reflection and Transmission
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EE 330
Lab #5
Assignment
Spring 2014
Task 9. The Thracian Tomb: Preliminary Measurements
After the discovery of a large number of Thracian tombs in the Valley of
Fall 2012
EE 330
ENGINEERING ELECTROMAGNETICS
Problems are from the textbook (unless otherwise stated!)
note: do not use the international version or an old edition
of the text as a source for the homework problems!
HW 1:
Due Friday 31 August
1.3, 1.7, 1.
EE 330
Lab #6 Solution
Spring 2007
The Thracian Tomb
Objectives: To learn about the application of electromagnetic waves to probing the subterranean recesses. Work: 1. The receiver is buried at d known = 2 m and using calread the following values
EE 330
Lab #6 Due April 16th
Spring 2007
The Thracian Tomb
After the discovery of a large number of Thracian tombs in the Valley of Roses in central Bulgaria, the archeologists started calling this area the Valley of the Thracian Kings. Many of th
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static
adj. j 1. a. Having no motion; being at rest; quiescent. b. Fixed; stationary. 2. Physics Of or relating to bodies at rest or forces that balance each other. 3. Electricity Of, relating to, or produci
EE 330
Lab #7 Due April 26
Spring 2007
The Big Game on Cable TV
Youve just started working as a support engineer for the local Cable TV provider the week before the Penn StateMichigan football game. The morning of the big game, the signal to the w
EE 330
Lab #7 Solution
Spring 2007
The Big Game on Cable TV
1. How far down the line can you expect to find the problem?
v = 83% c = 0.83 3 108 = 2.49 108 m/s
= 12.1 10 6 s
This is the travel time to and back from the point on the line w
Solutions manual to Fundamentals of Applied Electromagnetics 5th edition by Fawwaz T. Ulaby solution manual
Solutions manual to Fundamentals of Applied
Electromagnetics 5th edition by Fawwaz T. Ulaby
solution manual
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FALL 2014
EE 330
HW 5 SOLUTIONS
Problem 4.37 Two innite lines of charge, both parallel to the z-axis, lie in the xz
plane, one with density and located at x = a and the other with density and
located at x = a. Obtain an expression for the electric potenti
EE 330
FALL 2014
QUIZ #6
NAME 50L U T/ 0 N 5 SECTION #
Two circular current loops, both parallel to the XY plane, are arranged as follows:
Loop 1: Radius a1 = 2m, Current I1 = cl)40 A, located at z = 4 m.
Loop 2: Radius a2 = 5 m, Current I2 = +(l)20 A,
EE 330
FALL 2014
QUlZ #4
NAME § C) LU 7 i @ N33 SECTION #
A spherical shell with outer radius 1) surrounds a chargefree cavity of radius a < Z) (See gure).
If the shell contains a charge density given
by
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FALL 2014
EE 330
HW 6 SOLUTIONS
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a current of 5 A in the positive z-direction is located at r = 4 cm, = /2, and
1 m z 1 m.
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FALL 2014
EE 330
HW 7.5 SOLUTIONS
Problem 6.6 The square loop shown in Fig. P6.6 is coplanar with a long, straight
wire carrying a current
I(t) = 5 cos(2 104t) (A).
(a) Determine the emf induced across a small gap created in the loop.
(b) Determine the di
CMPEN 270 Lab
Due Date: Beginning of you next lab
Lab 4 - 2's Complement Addition
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lab will take two 4-bit input (Twos complemented) numbers via switches, displ
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EE 330
HW 7 SOLUTIONS
Problem 5.27 In a given region of space, the vector magnetic potential is given by
A = x5 cos y + z(2 + sin x) (Wb/m).
(a) Determine B.
(b) Use Eq. (5.66) to calculate the magnetic ux passing through a square loop
with 0.25