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Chap 6 Time Varying Fields and Maxwells's Equations 391

b2 = 300π2 b = ! 300 π rad/m
SOL 6.2.20

Option (A) is correct. The force experienced by a test charge q in presence of both electric field E and magnetic field B in the region will be evaluated by using Lorentz force equation as F = q ^E + v # B h So, putting the given three forces and their corresponding velocities in above equation we get the following relations (1) q ^ay + az h = q ^E + ax # B h (2) qay = q ^E + ay # B h (3) q ^2ay + az h = q ^E + az # B h Subtracting equation (2) from (1) we get (4) az = ^ax − ay h # B and subtracting equation (1) from (3) we get (5) ay = ^az − ax h # B Now we substitute B = Bx ax + By ay + Bz az in eq (4) to get a z = By a z − B z ay + B x a z − B z a x So, comparing the x, y and z components of the two sides we get B x + By = 1 and Bz = 0 Again by substituting B = Bx ax + By ay + Bz az in eq (5), we get ay = B x ay − By a x − By a z + B z ay So, comparing the x, y and z components of the two sides we get Bx + Bz = 1 and By = 0 as calculated above Bz = 0 , therefore Bx = 1 Thus, the magnetic flux density in the region is ( B x = 1, By = B z = 0 ) B = ax Wb/m2

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SOL 6.2.21

Option (C) is correct. As calculated in previous question the magnetic flux density in the region is B = ax Wb/m2 So, putting it in Lorentz force equation we get F = q ^E + V # B h or, q ^ay + az h = q ^E + ax # ax h Therefore, the electric field intensity in the medium is E = ay + az V/m

SOL 6.2.22

Option (A) is correct. Given the magnetic flux density through the loop is B =− 2/x az So the total magnetic flux passing through the loop is given as

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