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Subject Code : EC303 Subject : Applied Electromagnetic Theory

COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION

~ and B

1. If the vectors A ~ are conservative then

~×B

(A) A ~ is solenoidal ~×B

(B) A ~ is conservative

~+B

(C) A ~ is solenoidal ~+B

(D) A ~ is conservative

~ = yzı̂+zxĵ+xyk̂

3. Find the nature of given vector field defined by A

r̂ (B) 0 −r̂ (D) r2 r̂

(A) (C)

r2 r2

~ = 3y 2 î + 4z ĵ + 6y k̂ find the line

5. A CircleRof radius 2 units is centered at the origin and lies on the YZ-plane. If A

integral c A .dl. Where C is the circumference of the circle.

(A) electric field is zero

(B) electric field is a non-zero constant

(C) Electric field changes with the magnitude of the charge given to the conductor.

(D) Electric field changes with distance from the center of the sphere

7. In the infinite plane, y=6m, there exists a uniform surface charge density of (1/600π)µc/m2 . The associated electric

field strength is

8. The electric field strength at a distance point, P due to a point charge, +q, located at the origin, is 100µV/m. If the

point charge is now enclosed by a perfect conducting metal sheet sphere whose center is at the origin, then the electric

field strength at the point , P outside the sphere becomes

(A) zero (B) 100 µV/m (C) -100 µV/m (D) 50 µV/m

(A) It distributes uniforming all over the surface

(B) It distributes uniformly all over the volume

(C) It distributes on the surface, inversely proportional to the radius of curvature

(D) It stays where it was placed.

10. The mks unit of electric field E is

(A) volt (B) volt/second (C) volt/metre (D) ampere/metre

11. Two infinite parallel metal plates are charged with equal surface charge density of the same polarity. The electric field

in the gap between the plates is

(A) The same as that produced by one plate

(B) Double of the field produced by one plate

(C) Dependent on coordinates of the field point

(D) Zero

12. A positive charge of Q coulombs is located at point A(0,0,3) and a negative charge & magnitude Q coulomb is located

at point B (0,0,-3). The electric field intensity at point c(4,0,0) is in the

(A) Poissons equation (B) Laplace equation (C) Continuity equation (D) none

14. Two point charges Q and Q are located on two opposite corners of a square as shown. If the potential at the corner A

is taken as 1V, then the potential at B, the centre of the square will be

(A) zero Q A

√

(B) 1/ 2

(C) 1

√ -Q

(D) 2

15. Two spheres of radii ’r1 ’ and ’r2 ’ are connected by a conducting wire. Each of the spheres has been given a charge Q.

Now,

(B) larger sphere will have smaller potential

(C) both the spheres will have same potential

(D) smaller sphere will have zero potential

~ = -xı̂ +

17. Find the work involved in moving a charge of 1 C from (6,8,-10) to (3,4,-5) along a straight line in the field E

yĵ - zk̂.

(A) 24.5 Joules (B) 25.5 Joules (C) 19 Joules (D) zero

18. A point charge of 0.4 nc is located at (2,3,3) in Cartesian system. Find rab if ’a’ is (2,2,3) and ’b’ is (-2,3,3).

19. Determine the potential at (0,0,5) m caused by a total charge 10−8 c distributed uniformly along a disc of radius 5m

lying in the Z = 0 plane and centered at the origin.

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(A) 12.2 V (B) 17 V (C) 14.8 V (D) 13.2 V

20. If the potential is given by V = 5r2 where ’r’ is distance from origin. How much charge is located with in a sphere of

1m radius centered at the origin.

21. When the plate area of a parallel plate capacitor is increased keeping the capacitor voltage constant, the force between

the plates

(A) increases

(B) decreases

(C) remains constant

(D) may increase or decrease depending on the metal making up the plates

22. Energy stored in a capacitor over a cycle, when excited by an a.c source is

(A) the same as that due to a d.c source of equivalent magnitude

(B) half of that due to d.c source of equivalent magnitude

(C) zero

(D) none

23. The potential difference between the forces A and B of a uniformly polarized infinite slab shown in figure.

(A) pd/0 ( − 1) A

p~

(B) pd/0

d

(C) pd/0

24. If ~n is the polarization vector and K

~

(A) ~n = K ~

(B) ~n = -K ~ =0

(C) ~n . K ~ =0

(D) ~n × K

25. Two electric dipoles aligned parallel to each other and having the same axis exert a force F on each other, when a

distance ’d’ apart. If the dipoles are at a distance ’2d’ apart, then the mutual force between them would be

27. A parallel plate capacitor has an electrode area of 100 mm2 , with a spacing of 0.1 mm between the electrodes. The

dielectric between the plates is air with a permittivity of 8.85 × 10−12 F/m. The charge on the capacitor is 100 V. The

stored energy in the capacitor is

28. A 2 µF capacitor is charged by connecting it across 100 V D.C supply. The supply is now disconnected and the

capacitor is connected in parallel with another uncharged 2 µF capacitor. Assuming no leakage of charge, determine

the energy stored in capacitor.

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(A) 0.01 Joules (B) 0.005 Joules (C) 1.15 Joules (D) 0.5 Joules

29. A parallel plate capacitor with air as dielectric has a plate area of 36π cm2 and separation of 1 mm. It is charged to

100 V by connecting it across a battery. If the battery is disconnected and distance is increased to 2 mm, calculate the

energy stored, assuming no leakage of charge

(A) 0.6 × 106 Joules (B) 0.2 × 10−4 Joules (C) 0.23 × 104 Joules (D) 1 × 10−6 Joules

30. Magnetic flux density at a point distance R due to an infinitely long linear conductor carrying a current I is given by

(B) power density vector producing electromagnetic field

(C) current density vector producing electromagnetic field

(D) power density vector producing electrostatic field

(A) must be a lossless line

(B) must be a distortionless line

(C) may not be a lossless line

(D) may not be a distortionless line

33. The intrinsic impedance of copper at high frequencies is

(C) complex with a capacitive component (D) complex with an inductive component

34. A transverse electromagnetic wave with circular polarization is received by a dipole antenna. Due to polarization

mismatch, the power transfer efficiency from the wave to the antenna is reduced to about

35. The input impedance of a lossless transmission line is 100 Ω when terminated in a short circuit, and 64 Ω when

terminated in an open circuit. The characteristic impedance of the line is

KEYS

(1) A (8) C (15) C (22) C (29) D

(2) D (9) A (16) A (23) A (30) C

(4) C (11) D (18) A (25) D (32) C

(5) B (12) B (19) C (26) B (33) D

(7) C (14) C (21) A (28) B (35) A

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