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COURSE CODE: 10B11EC513/15B11EC612 COURSE TITLE: ELECTROMAGNETIC ENGINEERING

SEMESTER: 6TH SESSION: 2016-17

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If = 4

a) The

− 3

, Calculate the circulation of around:

circle + = 4

b) The square of side 2 with centre at origin

A positive charge of ‘Q’ coulomb is located at point A(0,0,3) and a negative charge of magnitude ‘Q’ coulomb is located at point (0,0,-3). Find Electric filed intensity at point

C(4,0,0).

A spherical charge distribution is given by

=

Find

1 −

0

a) E and V for ra

b) E and V for ra

c) Find where V max and find out max value of V

If a line charge of density = 15 / exist at x = 2, y = 4 for all . Calculate the net flux leaving the cube 5 ≤ , , ≤ 5. If a line charge of density = 15 / exist at = in the = 0 plane. Calculate the net flux leaving the cube −5 < , , < 5.

Calculate the field at , (2 ) due to the volume charge as sphere of radius and charge density.

Given a potential field = 2 − 5 and a point (−4,3,6). We wish to find several Numerical values at point P.

i. The potential V

ii. The Electric field Intensity E

iii. The direction of E

iv. The electric flux density D

v. The volume charge density

A point charge of 20nC is located at (4, −1,3) and a uniform line charge of −25nC/m lies along the intersection of plane = −4 and = 6

i. Calculate D at (3, −1,0)

ii. How much electric flux leaves the surface of the sphere of radius 5 centered at origin

iii. Repeat (ii) if radius is 10

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Given an Electric flux density = + +

find the value of the flux crossing the

COURSE CODE: 10B11EC513/15B11EC612 COURSE TITLE: ELECTROMAGNETIC ENGINEERING

SEMESTER: 6TH SESSION: 2016-17

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Find V at (4,1,0) due to the field =

+

with respect to origin.

Within the spherical shell 3 < < 4 the electric flux density is given by:

= 5( − 3) /

i. What is the volume charge density at = 4

ii. How much electric flux leaves the sphere = 4

iii. How much charge is contained within the sphere = 4