ECE 236 Engineering Electromagnetics I
Tutorial #5
4-22. Spherical shell of charge. The space between two concentric spheres of radii a
and b (a < b) in free space is charged to a volume charge density given by
K
(r) = 2 ; a r b
r
where K is a constant.
ECE 236 Engineering Electromagnetics I
Tutorial #4
4-17. Semicircular line charge. A thin line charge of density l is in the form of a
semicircle of radius a lying on the xy plane with its center located at the origin, as shown
in Figure 4.67. Find the el
Problem 4-3:Two suspended charges. Two small, identical, electrically
charged conducting spheres of mass 2.5g and charge +150nC each are
suspended by weightless strings of length 12cm each. Calculate the deflection
angle .
Solution:
From Newtons first law
Problem 4-13: Two straight-line charges. Consider two uniformly charged
wires, each of length 1m and a total charge +100nC, with their ends separated by
1m. (a) Find the electric potential at the point P, midway between the two
wires. (b) Find the electri
Solutions for Tutorial #1
1. If A = 3a x + 2a y 4a z and B = 2a x + a y + a z , and find:
a. A
b. B
c. a B
d. A+B
e. A B
f. The minimum angle AB between A and B.
Solution:
a. A = 3 2 + 2 2 + (4) 2 = 29
b. B = 2 2 + 12 + 2 2 = 9 = 3
c. a B =
2
1
2
B
= a x
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Engineering Dynamics
Solutions #7
Due: March 30, 2012
Locker #79, 5 pm
All questions are taken from the textbook:
Vector Mechanics for Engineers (Dynamics), 3rd SI metric edition, Beer FP and Johnston ER
Complete all parts of all the que
MME2213b
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Engineering Dynamics
Assignment #8
Due: April 13, 2012
Locker #79, 5 pm
All questions are taken from the textbook:
Vector Mechanics for Engineers (Dynamics), 3rd SI metric edition, Beer FP and Johnston ER
Complete all parts of all the qu
MME2213b
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Engineering Dynamics
Solutions #2
Due: Feb. 3, 2012
Locker #79, 5 pm
All questions are taken from the textbook:
Vector Mechanics for Engineers (Dynamics), 3rd SI metric edition, Beer FP and Johnston ER
Complete all parts of all the quest
MME2213b
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Engineering Dynamics
Solutions #5
Due: March 9, 2012
Locker #79, 5 pm
All questions are taken from the textbook:
Vector Mechanics for Engineers (Dynamics), 3rd SI metric edition, Beer FP and Johnston ER
Complete all parts of all the ques
MME2213b
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Engineering Dynamics
Assignment #3
Due: Feb. 10, 2012
Locker #79, 5 pm
All questions are taken from the textbook:
Vector Mechanics for Engineers (Dynamics), 3rd SI metric edition, Beer FP and Johnston ER
Complete all parts of all the que
MME2213b
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Engineering Dynamics
Solutions #1
Due: Jan. 27, 2012
Locker #79, 5 pm
All questions are taken from the textbook:
Vector Mechanics for Engineers (Dynamics), 3rd SI metric edition, Beer FP and Johnston ER
Complete all parts of all the ques
MME2213b
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Engineering Dynamics
Solutions #6
Due: March 23, 2012
Locker #79, 5 pm
All questions are taken from the textbook:
Vector Mechanics for Engineers (Dynamics), 3rd SI metric edition, Beer FP and Johnston ER
Complete all parts of all the que
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, cfw_a is acceleration (m/s2) and v is velocity(m/s) of point A, and
following Initial conditions cfw_x(t=0) =1.5 m; v(t=0)=0 m/s; Find the position of block A.
i) xA=?
When v= -0.6 (m/s)
ii) xA=?
When t= 0.3 (s)
Solution:
1) Definition of the
MME2213b
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Engineering Dynamics
Solutions #4
Due: Feb. 17, 2012
Locker #79, 5 pm
All questions are taken from the textbook:
Vector Mechanics for Engineers (Dynamics), 3rd SI metric edition, Beer FP and Johnston ER
Complete all parts of all the ques
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