1.
Use the diagram for the cylindrical coordinate system given in Chapter 1 of
the course textbook (also available on the course website) to do the
following:
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(a) find the expression for the differential surface element of a surface
confined to the - pl

Probe to sense magnetic flux intensity strength
A hollow cylindrical shell of radius a is centered on the z axis and carries a uniform surface current
density of Kaa.
a) Show that H is not a function of or z: Consider this situation as illustrated in Fig.

1.
The potential field in a slab of dielectric material for which ar =
1.6 is given by V = -5000x Volts. Find D, E, and P in the material.
2.
Region 1 (x 60) is a dielectric with ar1 = 2 and region 2 (x < 0)
has ar2 = 5. If an electric field intensity exi

1.
The potential at any point in space is given in cylindrical coordinates
by where k and b are constants.
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A) Where is the zero reference for potential?
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B) Find the vector Electric Field Intensity at any point (,z).
2.
A certain current density is giv

1.
Assume a linear relationship between B and H for a particular
material and let ir = 1000 for this material. For a cylindrical
wire of radius 1mm, carrying 1 Amp uniformly distributed, find
B, H, M, J, and Jb.
2.
The boundary between a material having i