EE 151 Electromagnetic Engineering
Caltech Spring `05
Homework 5 Due Tuesday, May 10th in class 1. Anti-reflection (AR) coating: A transparent dielectric coating is applied to a glass substrate (r = 4,r = 1) to eliminate the reflection of a normall
EE 151 Electromagnetic Engineering
CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
EE 151 Electromagnetic Engineering
Spring 2005 _
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EE 151 Electromagnetic Engineering
Caltech Spring `05
Homework 7 Due Thursday, May 26th in class 1. (Retarded Vector Potential) Problem from Engineering Electromagnetics by Hayt and Buck. In a region where R = R = 1 and = 0, the retarded potential
EE 151 Electromagnetic Engineering
Caltech Spring `05
Homework 6 Due Tuesday, May 17th in class
1. (Dielectric Waveguide) A symmetric dielectric slab waveguide, as shown in Figure 1, has n1 = 1.462, n2 = 1.460. Suppose the operating wavelength is
EE 151 Electromagnetic Engineering
Caltech Spring `05
Homework 4 Due Tuesday, April 26th in class 1. Region 1, z < 0, and region 2, z > 0, are described by the following parameters: '1 = 100 pF/m, 1 = 25 H/m, '1 = 0, '2 = 200 pF/m, 2 = 50 H/m, and
EE 151 Electromagnetic Engineering
Caltech Spring `05
Homework 3 Due Tuesday, April 19th in class 1. An ideal parallel-plate capacitor is shown in Fig. 1. The radius of each plate is a. The spacing between the two plates is h. A time-varying voltag
EE 151 Electromagnetic Engineering
Caltech Spring `05
Homework 2 Due Tuesday, April 12th in class 1. (a) (1) The width of the region containing R1 in Fig. 1 is 1.2 m. Find R1 if R2 = 2.5 and the total capacitance is 60 nF. (2) Find the width of eac
EE 151 Electromagnetic Engineering
Caltech Spring `05
Homework 1 Due Tuesday, April 5th in class 1. A uniform line charge 2 C/m is located on the z axis. Find E in Cartesian coordinates at P(1,2,3) if the charge extends from : (a) z = - to z = ; (b
Vector Potential
Mankei Tsang
Department of Electrical Engineering, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 91125 (Dated: May 19, 2005) The formalism of vector potential is extremely useful for solving the Maxwell's equations.
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