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RAJIV GANDHI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGIES

DEPARTMENT OF EEE

EE T35 ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY

UNIT I: ELECTROSTATIC FIELD


2 MARKS:

1. State Coulomb’s law.


2. State Gauss law.
3. State Divergence theorem.
4. What are the sources of electromagnetic fields?
5. Define Electric field intensity.
6. Define electric flux and flux density.
7. Define electric dipole and dipole moment.
8. Define linear charge density, surface charge density and volume charge density.
9. Define Electric potential and potential gradient.
10. What is Energy Density?

11 MARKS:

1. State and explain Coulomb’s law.


2. Obtain the expression for electric field intensity and electric potential due to line charge
distribution. (OR) Obtain expression for electric potential due to a line charge.
3. Obtain the expression for electric field intensity and electric potential due to surface charge
distribution.
4. Obtain the expression for electric field intensity and electric potential due to volume charge
distribution. (OR) Obtain the expression for potential due to a charged disc.
5. Obtain the magnetic field intensity of an infinite long straight conductor carrying
current I.
6. State and prove Gauss law.
7. Explain the electric field distribution inside and outside a conductor. (Co-axial cylinder –
Gauss law application)
8. State and prove Divergence theorem.
9. Derive Maxwell’s first equation.
EXTRAS:

1. Other applications of Gauss law.


2. Derive the expression for energy density in electrostatic field.
3. Problems based on Coulomb’s law, Electric field intensity and electric potential due to line
charge and circular disc, Gauss law and divergence theorem.

UNIT II: ELECTRIC FIELDS IN MATERIAL SPACE

2 MARKS:

1. Define dielectric strength.


2. What is Laplace equation?
3. What is current density?
4. Write the continuity current equation.
5. Write the Poisson’s equation and Laplace equation.
6. Find the energy stored in a parallel plate capacitor of value 0.22nF with a voltage
difference of 10V.
7. Define polarization.
8. Write the expression for electric boundary conditions for a dielectric to dielectric medium
and a conductor to dielectric medium.
9. List out some electrostatic applications.
10. What is method of images.

11 MARKS:

1. Derive expression of field relation for time varying electromagnetic fields continuity of
current equation in point form.
2. State and derive electric boundary conditions for a dielectric to dielectric medium and a
conductor to dielectric medium. (OR) State and derive the boundary conditions of electric
field at two different dielectric media. (OR) Explain dielectric boundary conditions.
3. Deduce an expression for the capacitance of a parallel plate capacitor having two dielectric
media. (OR) Derive an expression for the capacitance of parallel plate capacitor having
two dielectrics.
4. Obtain the expression for capacitance of cylindrical capacitor.
5. Obtain mathematical expression for polarization in dielectrics.
6. Derive Poisson’s equation from the fundamental postulates of electrostatics.
EXTRAS:

1. Other Capacitance derivations.


2. Energy stored in Capacitor
3. Van de Graff generator, Electrostatic separation and Xerography.
4. Problems based on Capacitance derivation and Laplace equation.

UNIT III: STEADY MAGENTICFIELDS

2 MARKS:

1. State Biot-Savart’s law.


2. State Ampere’s circuital law.
3. Define Lorentz force.
4. State Stoke’s theorem.
5. Define magnetic flux
6. Define magnetic flux density.
7. Define magnetic vector potential.
8. Distinguish magnetic scalar potential and magnetic vector potential.
9. Write the equation for magnetic flux density and intensity due to infinite straight
conductor.
10. Write the expression for force and torque on closed circuit.

11 MARKS:

1. State and explain Ampere’s law.


2. State and explain Biot-Savart’s law.
3. State and prove Stoke’s theorem. (OR) Derive the expression for a curl, applying
Ampere’s circuital law to an incremental surface element.
4. Obtain the expression for magnetic field intensity due to solenoid.
5. Obtain an expression for magnetic vector potential in the region surrounding an infinitely
long straight filamentary current I.
6. A hollow conducting cylinder has inner radius ‘a’ and outer radius ‘b’ and carries current
‘l’ along the positive z direction. Find B and H.
7. Derive an expression for the force between two parallel wires carrying currents in the
same direction.
8. Obtain the expression for force between current loops.
9. Obtain the expression for torque on closed circuits.

EXTRAS:

1. Other Biot-Savart’s law applications (infinite length conductor, finite length conductor,
toroid)
2. Scalar and magnetic vector potential derivation.
3. Problems based on force, torque and Biot-Savart’s law applications.

UNIT IV: MAGNETIC MATERIALS, CONCEPTS AND APPLICATIONS

2 MARKS:

1. State Faraday’s law.


2. What are the different types of magnetic materials according to their behaviour?
3. Define Magnetization.
4. Define permeability.
5. Express the magnetic boundary conditions at the interface between two magnetic media.
6. Define self-inductance.
7. Define mutual inductance.
8. Define inductance of a solenoid. (OR) write the expression for inductance of solenoid.
9. Two coils having self-inductances of 1mH and 2mH and mutual inductance of 0.5mH
are connected in series. Find the effective inductance in series combination.
10. List out the application in magnetic field.

11 MARKS:

1. Obtain the expression for coefficient of coupling between two inductor in terms of self-
inductance and mutual inductance.
2. Derive the expression for inductance of toroid.
3. State and explain the boundary conditions.
4. Derive an expression for the energy stored in the magnetic field of a coil possessing an
inductance of L Henry when the current in the coil is I Amps.
5. Explain the Faraday’s law of electromagnetic induction.
UNIT V: ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVEPROPAGATION

2 MARKS:

1. Define conduction current.


2. Define displacement current.
3. State maxwell’s 1st equation.
4. State maxwell’s 2nd equation.
5. State maxwell’s 3rd equation.
6. State maxwell’s 4th equation.
7. What are the applications in tele communication systems?
8. State Poynting vector.
9. Write the equation for wave propagation in free space.
10. Write the equation for wave propagation in dielectrics.

11 MARKS:

1. Derive an expression for Wave propagation in free space.


2. Derive an expression for Wave propagation in Dielectrics.
3. Derive Poynting theorem.
4. Explain briefly about applications of Micro waves in telecommunication systems.
5. Explain briefly about applications of Micro waves in radar and microwave heating.