EE 3320 Homework 2 Fall 2004
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Please do your work on this sheet and hand it in. Due Friday, September 3, 2004
1. In a certain region a conducting loop with a resistance of 10 is immersed in an
electric field represented by E = 3yx + 4 xy 2 xyz as sh
11:2A
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EE 3320 Homework 8 Fall 2004. Due at the beginning of class Friday, October 15.
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Label the figure and plot the polarization and then determine the polarization type for the followi
Homework 2: Due Friday February 14, 2003
Use radian mode for all calculations.
1. Within a certain non-conducting region, = 10 11 F m and = 10 5 H m . If
r
B = x 2 10 4 cos 105 t sin 10 3 y T
( )(
)
r
r r r D
, to find the expression for the
a.) Use Amper
10:3A
In a sourceless region where = 1.5 0 and = 0 an EM wave is propagating with an
r
V
electric field represented by E S = y5e jkx m .
a. In which Cartesian direction is this EM wave traveling?
Answer: + x direction
b. In which Cartesian direction is th
CHAPTER 11
11.1. Show that Exs = Aej k0 z+ is a solution to the vector Helmholtz equation, Sec. 11.1, Eq. (16), for
k0 = 0 0 and any and A: We take
d2
2
Aej k0 z+ = (j k0 )2 Aej k0 z+ = k0 Exs
dz2
11.2. Let E(z, t) = 200 sin 0.2z cos 108 t ax + 500 cos(0.
10:2A
Use radian mode for all calculations.
1. Within a certain non-conducting region = 10 11 F m and = 10 5 H m . If
r
B = x 2 10 4 cos 105 t sin 10 3 y T
( )(
)
r
r r r D
, to find the expression for the
a.) Use Amperes Law, H = J c +
t
r
electric field
11:1D Homework 7/ Fall 2004
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EE 3320 Due Wednesday, October 6, 2004
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1. To shield a room from radio interference, the room must be enclosed in a layer of a certain material
five skin-dept
Answer to hw 1 (prob 10.2): i (t ) = 90 sin (5000 t )mA
Answer to hw 2:
(
)( )
r
4
5
3
a.) E = 2 10 cos 10 y sin 10 t z V
m
= 0.3184mWb
b.)
1s
c.) 3.19 Volts
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Homework 1 Fall 2004
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EE 3320 Due Wednesday, September 1, 2004
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Let a scalar field be represented by v = 3x 2 + 2 sin t 3yz . Explicitly show all work to get full
credit.
1. Find the
EE 3320 Homework 2 Fall 2004
Name:_
Please do your work on this sheet and hand it in. Due Friday, September 3, 2004
1. In a certain region a conducting loop with a resistance of 10 is immersed in an
electric field represented by E = 3yx + 4 xy 2 xyz as sh
10:1A
Homework 3/ Fall 2004 Name:_
EE 3320 Due Monday, September13, 2004
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Cylindrical conductor surfaces are located at = 1 cm and = 2 cm from an axis in
free
space.
The
volume
contains
the
10:5A
EE 3320 Homework 4/Due Friday, September 17, 2004
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Explicitly show that k 0 = by using the solution
c
Name:_
E = E x 0 cos(t + k 0 z ) + E x 0 cos(t k 0 z ) in the wave equation
2E
t 2
c2
2E
z 2
=
10:3A
Homework 5/ Fall 2004 Name:_
EE 3320 Due Friday, September24, 2004
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1. In a sourceless region where = 1.5 0 and = 0 an EM wave is propagating with an electric field
represented by E = y5e
10:6A
Homework 6/ Fall 2004 Name:_
EE 3320 Due Friday, September 24, 2004
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Homework:
1. The E-field of a uniform plane wave is given by E = (2 x jz )e + jk o y V . Assuming an unbounded
m
sourc