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392 Time Varying Fields and Maxwells's Equations Chap 6

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2 b− x az l : ^− dxdyaz h

= b 2 ln x + 2 l^2 h = 4 ln b x + 2 l x x Therefore, the circulation of induced electric field in the loop is E : dl =− dΦ =− d ;4 ln b x + 2 lE x dt dt C d x+2 =− 4 x + 2 dt b x l b x l

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=− 4x b− 22 dx l x + 2 x dt 8 = ^2 h = 16 x ^x + 2h x ^x + 2h
SOL 6.2.23

dx b dt = v = 2ax l

Option (A) is correct. As the magnetic flux density for ρ < 4 is B = 0 so, the total flux passing through the closed loop defined by ρ = 4 m is Φ =

# B : dS = 0

So, the induced electric field circulation for the region ρ < 4 m is given as E : dl =− dΦ = 0 dt C or, for ρ < 4 m E =0
SOL 6.2.24

Option (B) is correct. As the magnetic field for the region ρ < 4 m and ρ > 5 m is zero so we get the distribution of magnetic flux density as shown in figure below.

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At any distance ρ from origin in the region 4 < ρ < 5 m , the circulation of induced electric field is given as E : dl =− dΦ =− d b B : dS l dt dt C =− d 82 sin ωt ^πρ2 − π42hB dt

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GATE CLOUD Electromagnetics Author: R K Kanodia & Ashish Murolia Edition: 1st Publisher: JHUNJHUNUWALA ISBN: 9788192348384