DC 2-2: Dipole & Energy Density
Energy Density in the Electrostatic
Problem 1 Dipole Moment
A dipole having a moment
= 3 5 + 10
is located at Q(1, 2, -4) in free space.
Find V at P(2, 3, 4).
Problem 2 Energy Density
Problem 1: Geometric Construction I ES 1 1st Exam 1st Sem 2015 - 2016
Construct a circle P with radius equal to 1 unit. Note that circle P should be tangent to vertical and horizontal lines at the lower left of the rectangle. Label the center.
In Figure 1, where will you apply the vertical force R along the length L of the bar so
that you maintain its effect while adding a couple with value equivalent to two-thirds
of the initial moment with respect to the fixed support.
U.P. College of Engineering, Institute of Civil Engineering
ES 11 Statics of Rigid Bodies
1 Semester, AY 2015-2016
Course Description: Distributed loads and friction; resultants and equilibrium of for
In the diagram shown, two rods BCD and ACE are connected. Which of the statements are correct?
d. None of the above
Which of the following statements are true?
a. In rectilinear translation, all points follow parall
Engineering Academic Circle
ARISE | ESC | PRIME
1. Which of the following is FALSE for frames?
a. All members can be multi-force bodies.
b. It cannot contain two-force bodies.
c. Loads can be applied at the joints.
d. Members are not neces
EEE 34: Project Guidelines
To give you a fun and fulfilling experience with electronics.
To showcase your ability and skills in building and constructing electronics
circuits and make it work!
It is always more fun to do th
DC 2-1: Work and Potential
Work and Potential
Problem 1 Work
Given the Electric field:
+ 2y + 2x
Find the work done in moving a 3C point charge
from the origin to the point P(-2,1,3) via the
DC 2-3: Current & Conductors
Current & Current Density;
Method of Images
Problem 1 Current & Current
Given the following current density:
= 102 4 2 /2
Current density is a vector!
a. Find the current den
ES 11 LE 1 Review Engineering Academic Circle
ENGINEERING SCIENCE 11
FIRST LONG EXAM REVIEW
Force R is perpendicular to the x-z plane, while force P is parallel to the y-z plane. If they are concurrent, what
is true about their sum?