Object:
To study electric field and potential patterns by means of two-dimensional electrostatic
configurations.
Theory:
1. GeneralTheory
Michael Faraday introduced the concept of electric lines of force to graphically indicate the
strength and direction
UNIVERSITY OF 1|II’IIZITORIA
FINAL EXAMWATION - DECEMBER 2001
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 2 I I5
ELECTRICITY AND MAONETISM
NAME: STUDENT NO:
INSTRUCTORS: OD. Scarfe {F01} SECTION:
' J. Kopac {FOE}
TIIUIE: 3 hours
TO BE ANSWERED ON THE PAPER.
STUDENTS MUST COUN
ELEC 216 Electricity and Magnetism
Complex Numbers and Phasors
Fall 2014
Outline
Brief history
Different forms of representing complex
numbers
Operations on complex numbers
Phasors
Brief history
Representing Complex Numbers
Representing Complex Numbers
(c
ELEC 216 Electricity and Magnetism Fall 2014
Assignment 10
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SOLUTIONS
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ELEC 216 Electricity and Magnetism Fall 2014
Assignment 7
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A02, due on Monday, 03 Nov 2014, 3:50pm in class
Name _
Std #_
SOLUTIONS
Problem 1: Using phasors, find i(t) and v(t) in the following circui
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f3“ a Li? 216 Midlern'i Student Neunci Number and 'l.'utoriiil Session
Thursday 17 October; 10-00 '_ 11:20AM
.Format: Closed Book & Non— "piogiammable Calculator
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Course: Elec 216
1 Date: Dec. 1995
Professor(s): Horita and Mason
Additional Info: Electricity and Magnetism
1 Pages: 4
(15) 1 .a) Calculate the electric field at point, P, in the adjacent diagram, due to the two point
charges Ql and Qz.
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b) On the bas
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1 a) Two small charges, each with
mass m = 25g. and charge q
hang in equilibrium as shown
If the length of each supporting
string is L=10 cm and the
angle 6 i s 12m, d
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t
e
r
the
magnitude of the charge on
each
sphere.
Show that theelectric fiel
OZiil Exam
Service
Course: Electrical Engineering 2Klwc 1997
1 Professor(s): D.R. Vollick, & G.R. Mason
1 Additional Info:
1
k&()
1 Pages: 3
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k =-=9.0x109Nvn2/C2
=1.67xlO k g
e = 160
. x 1019C
p. = 4~ x loo7 Wib/(A l m)
. me =9.11x10e3kg
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UNIVERSITY OF VICTORM
FINAL EXAMINATION - DECEMBER I.996
ELEmNUL ENGIIVEERING 216
ELSClTlWXl AND MAGNlTT7SM
NAME:
STUDENT N O :
~STRUCTOR: R.E. Horita (FOl)
G-R. Mason (F02)
SECTION:
TIME: 3 hours
TO BE ANSWERED ON THE PAPER.
STUDENTS h4lJS~COUW THENUMBER
ELEC 216 Electricity and Magnetism Fall 2014
Midterm
Monday, 20 Oct 2014, 14:30 to 15:30
Name _
Std #_
5 questions, 4 marks each if applicable, answer must include units
(/), where is a constant, from Cylindrical Coordinates
1. Transform the vector field
ELEC 216
Electricity and Magnetism
Midterm
Review
Midterm
Date: Monday 20 October 2014.
Time: 14:30 to 15:30
Place: A01 DSB C103, A02 ECS 125
Material Allowed:
1. A textbook on engineering electromagnetics; i.e. no lecture note,
photocopied material, or a
ELEC 216 Electricity and Magnetism Fall 2014
Assignment 5
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A02, due on Wednesday, 15 Oct 2014, 3:50pm in class
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Std #_
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Problem 3.27 A section of a sphere is described by 0 R 2, 0 90 , and
30 90 . Find:
(a) the surface area of the spherical section,
(b) the enclosed volume.
Also sketch the outline of the section.
Solution:
z
y
x
=30o
Figure P3.27: Outline of section.
S=
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ELEC 216 Quiz #1
Student Name and Number
_
Thursday 12 September; 10:00 10:15 AM
Closed Book & No Calculator
(Exercise 3.8) Transform vector
to cylindrical coordinates:
= ( + ) + ( ) +
* Write legibly inside this box. Nothing outside of this box will be
Object:
To explore the conductivity behaviour of 1-2-3 superconductors and become acquainted with the
Meissner effect and the process of storing a permanent current in a superconducting ring.
Theory:
Superconductivity has been of interest to the scientifi
Object:
To examine some properties of parallel-plate capacitor, particularly its capacitance, as
determined by two basic methods, and the relationship between capacitance, permittivity and
the speed of light.
Theory:
1. General Theory
We define a capacito
Problem 3.3 In Cartesian coordinates, the three corners of a triangle are
P1 = (0, 4, 4), P2 = (4, 4, 4), and P3 = (2, 2, 4). Find the area of the triangle.
Solution: Let B = P1 P2 = x4 y8 and C = P1 P3 = x2 y2 z8 represent two sides of
the triangle. Sinc