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# Term End Examination - November 2013

Course

: EEE109

- Engineering Electromagnetics

Class NBR

: 1532

Time

: Three Hours

Slot: F1

Max.Marks:100
(10 X 10 = 100 Marks)

1.

a)

The vector from the origin to point A is given as (6,2,4), and the unit vector directed from

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the origin toward point B is (2,2, 1)/3. If points A and B are ten units apart, find the
coordinates of point B.

2.

b)

Express the uniform vector field F = 5ax in cylindrical and spherical components.

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a)

A 2 C point charge is located at A (4, 3, 5) in free space. Find E, E and Ez at P (8, 12, 2).

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b)

Derive the expression for electric field intensity for an infinite line charge and infinite sheet

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## charge using Gausss law.

3.

a)

Within the spherical shell, 3 < r < 4 m, the electric flux density is given as

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## D = 5(r 3)3 ar C/m2.

i) What is the volume charge density at r = 4?
ii) What is the electric flux density at r = 4?
iii) How much electric flux leaves the sphere r = 4?

4.

b)

## Derive the energy density equation for electrostatic fields.

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a)

In spherical coordinates, E = 2r/(r2 + a2)2ar V/m. Find the potential at any point, using the

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5.

b)

## Derive the Maxwells equations related electrostatic fields.

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a)

Let V = 20x2yz 10z2 V in free space. (i) Determine the equations of the equi-potential

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surfaces on which V = 0 and 60 V. (ii) Assume these are conducting surfaces and find the
surface charge density at that point on the V = 60 V surface where x = 2 and z = 1.
It is known that 0 V 60 V is the field-containing region.
b)

## Derive the formula for the capacitance of a spherical capacitor.

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6.

a)

A current sheet K = 8ax A/m flows in the region 2 < y < 2 in the plane z = 0. Calculate H at

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P (0, 0, 3).

7.

b)

Derive the expression for magnetic field intensity due to infinite sheet of current.

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a)

Derive the force equation for a current element when it is placed in a uniform magnetic field.

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b)

The xy-plane serves as the interface between two different media. Medium 1 (z < 0) is filled

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with a material whose r = 6, and medium 2 (z > 0) is filled with a material whose r = 4.
If the interface carries current (1/ 0) ay mA/m, and B2 = 5ax + 8az mWb/m2. Find H1 and B1.
8.

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## H = [(x + 2y)/z ]ay + (2/z)az A/m.

(a) Find H. (b) Find J. (c) Use J to find the total current passing through the surface z = 4,
1 x 2, 3 z 5, in the az direction.
(d) Show that the same result is obtained using the other side of Stokes theorem.
9.

10.

a)

## Derive the Maxwells equations relevant to magneto-statics.

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b)

Determine the self-inductance of a co-axial cable of inner radius a and outer radius b.

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a)

In free space, E = 20 cos(t 50x) ay V/m. Calculate displacement current density Jd, H, .

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b)

In free space, H = 0.2 cos(t x) az A/m. Find the total power passing through a square plate

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of side 10 cm on plane x + y = 1.
11.

a)

State and derive the Poynting theorem. Also explain the various terms in the final equation.

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b)

A 5 GHz uniform plane wave Eis = 10 e-jz ax V/m in free space is incident normally on a large

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plane, lossless dielectric slab (z > 0) having = 40, = 0 . Find the reflected wave Ers and
the transmitted wave Ets .
12.

a)

A Hertzian dipole of length /100 is located at the origin and fed with a current of 0.25 sin

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## 108t A. Determine the magnetic field at r = /5, = 30.

b)

Sketch the normalized E-field and H-field patterns for a half-wave dipole and a quarter wave
monopole.

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