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: II B.Tech(ECE), II-SEM Name of the staff: V.Ajay Kishan/T.Pratap QUESTIONS QUESTIONS FOR EXAM DATE SCHEDULED ON - 09-01-2013 1. a) Define electric field of point charge. Express electric field of point charge Q at a distance r meters in vector form. [April/May-07 set-2, Aug/Sep - 08, set 3] b) A charge of -0.3µC is located at A(25,-30,15)cm and a second charge of 0.5µC is located at B (-10, 8, 12) cm. Find the electric field strength, E, at a point P (15, 20, 50) cm [Nov 2008, Set1, May 2009, set 3] 2. a)Derive the relationship between E and V. [April/May-04 set-2] b) Point charges -1nc,4nc,3nc are located at (0,0,0)(0,0,1)(1,0,0) . Find the energy in the system. [April/May-08 set-2, Aug/Sep - 07, set 2] 3 a) Discuss the salient features and limitations of Gauss’s law [April/May-08 set-2, Aug/Sep 07, set 2] b) Derive Poisson’s and Laplace’s equations starting from gauss law 4. .a) Define the electric potential V at a point due to an electric charge and an electric dipole b) A point charge 5nc is located at (-3,4,0) while line y=1,z=1 carries uniform charge 2nc/m. Find if V=0V at O( 0,0,0) find v at A(5,0,1). [April/May-08 set-4, Nov – 06, set 3]
5 a) State Coulomb’s law. Discuss about the Coulomb vector force or point charges say Q1 and Q2 with suitable examples. [April/May-07 set-3,Aug/Sep - 07,set 1, May 05 set 4 ] b) Point charges 1mc and – 2mc are located at (3,2,-1) and (-1,-1,4) respectively. Find the electric force on a 10nc point charge located at (0,3,1).what will be the Electric field intensity at that point. [April/May-08 set-2,Aug/Sep - 07,set 2] 6) a) Derive the expression for E at any point in free space due to an electric dipole. [April/May-05 set-1, Nov - 03,set 3 Nov 07 set 4 ] b) Point charges Q1 = 1 nC, Q2= -2nC Q3 =3nC and Q4 = -4 nc are positioned one at a time in the order (0, 0, 0,) (1, 0, 0) (0, 0,-1) and (0, 0, 1) respectively. Calculate the energy in the system after each charge is positioned. [April/May-08 set-3, Nov - 05, set 1] 7) a) Derive an expression for the electric field intensity due to an infinite length line charge along the Z-axis at an arbitrary point P(x,y,z) . [Nov -06, Set-1] b) A point charge of 15nC is situated at the origin and another point charge of -12nCis located a the point (3, 3, 3). Find E and V at tha point (0,-3,-3). [April/May-06 set-2]
Hence deduce the magnetic field strength for the length of the conductor extending from -∞ to +∞.a) Define conductivity of a material [April/May-08. [Nov-06. Derive Poissons and Laplaces Equations starting from Gauss law [April/May-08 set-2. Nov -06.set 1] b) Find the total magnetic flux crossing a surface. In a cylindrical conductor of radius 2mm the current density varies with distance from the axis according to J = 103 e -400r A/m2. [April 09 set 1 May-10.set 4 ] [April/May-04.1x sin πey C/m3.Set-1.Specify the conditions to be met for determinig magnetic Field strength H based on Amperes circuital law [April -08. Set-3] 2 b) If J= (2cosθar+sinθaθ) A/m .5.Nov/dec-04.07.What is energy density? [April/May-08 set-4. a) State and prove Biot – Savart’s Law.1) Iin free space given the potential field (a) V=2x2-y2-z2. ii) A spherical shell of radius 10 cm. The volume is defined between -2<x<2. [April/May-08 set-2. Φ = Π/2.due to a finite filamentary conductor carrying a current I and placed along Z-axis at a point P on Y-axis.Set 2 . Find the potential volume charge density at P(0.H.Aug/Sep .set 3] .ρ2/4) az. 0<Ф<2π.set 2 ] 14. April -07.07. set – 2] QUESTIONS FOR EXAM DATE SCHEDULED ON 06-02-2013 1). What is the total energy stored by the capacitor if the capacitoris charged to potential difference of 500V. Nov – 06. Explain about Linear. set 4.set 4] b) Determine the capacitance of a capacitor consisting of two parallel metal plates 30cm×30cm surface area separated by 5mm in air. webers/m.1. 0<y<1 and 3<z<4 ? [April/May-08.Find the total current I. [Nov-06.Nov – 06.set 2] 13. Explain the equation of continuity for time varying fields .set 2 ] 12.Aug/Sep . set 2. [April/May-07 set-3. set 3. 10. ρS and ρv b) Find the total charge inside a volume having volume charge density as 10z2 e -0. Set-1] 3) For the finite length current element on the Z-axis use the biot savart law to derive HФ = I/4π ρ (sinα2-sinα1) aФ . Give the electric field intensity equations due to each of the charge distributions ρL.[April -07. a) What is capacitance? Differentiate between isotropic and anisotropic materials [Aug/Sep . set 1.8) a) Define (i) Line charge (ii) Surface charge and (iii) volume charge . Calculate the current passing through i) A hemi spherical shell of radius 20 cm 0<θ<π/2 . Isotropic and homogeneous dielectrics 11. Set-3] 9. set 3] 15.] 4)Explain amperes circuital law.5.07. 2)Derive an expression for magnetic field strength. 1≤ρ≤2 m and 0≤z≤5 m due to a vector magnetic potential Ā = ( .
Find H at (3. what is the force experienced by a charge in a magnetic field.5)a).5 cm and 3 cm respectively. [April -08.. 10 a) What is the inconsistency of amperes law? [April -08. (a) Explain Faraday’s law for time varying fields. May -07. nov 05. Find the value of B as function of radius [Nov 08 set 3] 8)a). set 1] . set 3.Explain? [ May -10. 13 Write down the maxwells equations for Harmonically varying fields [May – 08.1m lies in the z=0 plane and has a resistance of 5Ω given B=0. set 2. E = 2y ay V/m and H = 5x ax A/m.ρ sinФ az Wb/m. set 3] [May – 08. E = 100 sin 6×107 t sinz ay V/m and H = -0. Nov -06.set 2. set 4] b).Set 1] b) Derive an expression for Force between two straight long parallel current carrying conductors [March -06.-10) Also find the flux through ρ = 5. set 2] b) If σ =0 .1328 cos 6 ×10 7 t cos z az ax A/m[May 09.Find the Force exerted if the Flux density is 5ux+7uy+9uz Wb/m2. Obtain the integral form of Maxwell’s equations from Amperes circuital law in the generalized form. April -06.set 2. 0≤Z≤10 [March -08.5 εo and µ = 10 µo.If a point charge of 4C moves with a velocity of 5ux+6uy-7uz m/s.determine whether the following pairs of fields satisfy Maxwells Equation or not.set 1] 16. a.20 sin 103t az T.set 2. what are the boundary conditions of magnetic field. 0≤Ф≤π/2. Derive an expression for magnets vector potential A for Surface currents [March -08. set 1] b) A circular loop conductor of radius 0. set 3. set 1] 7) A steady current of 10A is established in a long straigth hollow aluminium conductor having Inner and outer radius of 1.set 1] 12. b. Obtain Lorentz Force equation.ε = 2. set 4.4.? [May -09. 6) a)what is the inductance of a Solenoid and write the expression for its inductnce and also For magnetic field in a Solenoid. [Aug 07 . Aug -07. set . The magnetic vector potential of a current distribution in free space is given by A=15e. set 4] (b) Verify the displacement current in the parallel plate capacitor is same as the conduction current in the conducting wires.] b).set 3] 15. nov 09. [April -07. determine the current 11 a) Differentiate conduction and displacement current densities [May-09.π /4. set 1] 9. Derive the equation of continuity for time varying fields? [May -07. State and explain Maxwell’s equations.. nov 09. set 2] 14.
[April/May 08 . Determine the distance the wave must travel to be attenuated by a factor of 100(40 dB) [April/May -08 set 2 . set-1] 7. α.QUESTIONS FOR EXAM DATE SCHEDULED ON EXAM DATE . Explain skin depth and derive an expression for depth of penetration for a good conductor? [Aug/sep 07 . γ. υ.1. set 1] b) If μ= μ 0. set-4] 8.Determine the phase velocity of propagation. a) Derive the expression for the phase shift constant and attenuation constant of Plane wave propagating in lossy dielectric mediums. η. And Total internal Reflection . σ =10ms/m. υ. (b) Define Brewster and critical angles.magnetic field intensity.set 3] 6 Explain wave propagation in a lossless medium.a)Explain about uniform plane waves. [Aug/ Sep -01. Є r = 9 for the medium in which a wave with a frequency f = 0. determine propagation constant and intrinsic impedance of the medium when (i) σ = 0 and (ii) σ = 10 mho/s. Є r = 2. µr=4. [Aug/ Sep -07 set 3. b) A plane wave propagating through a medium with Є r =8.μ r =2 has E=0. σ = 0) Determine β.] 3.Propagation constant. [Aug/ Sep -04 Nov 08 set 3] 4 a) For good dielectrics derive the expressions for β. [May/ 08 .8x107s/m). [Aug/sep 07 .8x107s/m) support a uniform plane wave at 60Hz.13-03-2013 1 a) Derive wave equations for source free regions.5exp(-0. 2. σ =5. α. σ =5.] 5 a) Explain wave propagation in a conducting medium. Nov 06 set3] 9(a) Obtain an expression for the reflection coefficient where a wave is incident normally on a perfect conductor. set-4] b) A large copper conductor (Єr = 1 µr=1. impedance and . Determine the ratio of conduction current to displacement current compute the attenuation constant. set 1] b) Auniform plane wave at a frequency of 1 GHz is travelling in a large block of Teflon (μ= 1.η. attenuation constant. [May-09.Ϡ. [Nov -06.phase constant and intrinsic impedance For a forward travelling wave in a large block of copper at 1 MHz((Єr = 1µr=1. intrinsic impedance. set-1 Nov 06 set-2] b) Find β.η for ferrite at 10Ghz Єr =9.33z)sin(10 8 t-βz)a x v/m determine wave velocity.3GHz is propagating. set 1] . [April/May -02. wave length and phase velocity of propagation [Aug/ Sep -08.
G. α = 0. Assume glass has refractive index n2=1. a) Explain the significances of Poynting theorem and Poynting vector. [May 08 set 1. Nov -06. [May-10.10. μr=1 has an electric field intensity of 100√Π. 17(a) Explain different types of transmission lines. Find the average energy density. β =1. Determine the energy density in the magnetic field and also the total energy density. [May-10.60.April 07 set1] (b) What is meant by the polarization of wave? When the wave is linearly polarized and circularly polarized.45 [May-10. Assume glass has refractive index n2=1. Nov 06 set 2] b) A uniform plane wave is incident from air onto glass at an angle from the normal of 30 0.5rad/m find line parameters R. Consider parallel polarization only. [May-07 set 1] b) A uniform plane wave is incident from air onto glass at an angle from the normal of 300 Determine the fraction of incident power that is reflected and transmitted for parallel polarization. What are limitations to the maximum power that they can handle. set 1] 14 a) Determine the resultant Electric and Magnetic fields of plane wave when it is incident normally on a perfect conductor . set 1. [May-09. set 3 April 08 set 2] (b) What is the total internal reflection and obtain the expression for the total internal reflection angle ‘θ’. . 15.(a) derive an expression for Brewster angle when a wave is parallely polarized and what happen for Brewster angle when wave is perpendicularly polarized.. set 3] . calculate the inner diameter. [May-09. set 4] b) A coaxial cable with an outer diameter of 8mm has 50ohms characteristic impedance. set 4] b) A plane wave traveling in a free space has an average Poynting vector of 5N/m2.C. 16.04Np/m. If dielectric constant of the insulation is 1.V/m. set 2] b) Derive expression for reflection and transmission coefficients of an EM wave when it is incident normally on a dielectric. [April -08.a)Derive an expression for Brewster angle when a wave is parallely polarized.Nov 06 set 3] 18.L. set 4. set 4. [April 06 set 2] 11 a) Derive a suitable expression for transmission coefficient when a plane wave incident at some angle at the interface of two media. set 3] b) A Plane wave traveling in a medium of Єr=1. [May-9. [May-10. [May 07 set 2.45 12 a) Derive a suitable expression for reflection coefficient when a plane wave incident normally at the interface of two different media. [ April 08 set 3] 13 a) Define surface impedance and explain how it exists. Determine the fraction of the incident power that is reflected and transmitted for parallel polarization. set 1] b) State and prove poynting’s theorem with regard to EM wave propagation [May-10.(a) A transmission line operating at 500Mhz has zo = 80 ohms.
internal resistance of 40 Ω and terminated by a load of 20+j50 Ω determine the input impedance. [May 09 set 3. Calculate the resistance. set 3] b)Discuss the losses in transmission lines [April -08. L= 3.03-04-2013 1 a) Explain the concept of ‘Infinite line’. April 09 set1] i)Attenuation constant ii) Characteristic impedance iii) Phase function iv) Phase velocity as applied to a transmission line b) At 8MHz Zo=40-j2 Ω and propagation constant is 0. and leakage = 1. Nov -06. [May 08 set 3. Distortionless line. 2 a) Define following terms and explain their physical significance. Calculate the reflection coefficient and Standing wave ratio. inductance of 0. β=1 rad/m and Zo = 60+j40Ω and is 2m long If the line is connected to a source of 10v. set 04] . characterstic Impedance ii) Wavelength.5 ×10-6 mhos. 5.01neper/km and the phase function is 0.15 ohms/km. Iii) velocity of propagation. [May 09 set 4] b) A transmission line operating at ω=106 rad/s has α=8 db/m.The line is terminated in its characterstic impedance and a potential difference of 2. set 1. set 4] State and explain a).93mH/km. a) Derive the relationship between phase velocity and group velocity in transmission line theory. capacitance o.01+j0. the inductance and the capacitance/km and velocity of propagation. propagation constant.29μmho.a) Justify that an Infinite line is equivalent to a Finite Line terminated in its characteristic Impedance [May 06 set 1 ] b) A low transmission line of 100 Ω characteristic impedance is connected to a load of 300 Ω. the sending end current.19.o62 µF. and current at the middle of the line.Lossless transmission line and b).18 per meter.035 Radians/km. 4. Find the primary constants 3.[May 10 set 3] 6. [May 08. a) Derive the characterstic Impedance of a transmission line in terms of its line constants [May 08. a) What is Loading.00797μF/km and G = 0.1 Vhaving a frequency of 1000Hz is applied at the sending end Calculate i) . a) Derive the expression for characteristic impedance of a transmission line in terms of primary constants of the line [May 09 set 1] b) A telephone line has the following primary constant R=10.April 09 set2] 0 b) The characteristic impedance of a certain line is 710 -16 when the frequency is 1 KHz. 7. At this frequency the attenuation is 0.001H. C = 0. the leakage. Explain different types of loading? [May 08 set 4] b) A telephone wire 20 km long has the following constants per loop km resistance 90 Ω. QUESTIONS FOR EXAM DATE SCHEDULED ON . at frequency of 796HZ determine the Zo of the line.
(i) If the line is 0. Nov -04. May -06. [April -07. set 3. set 3. Derive the relationships used. 12 a) Define the reflection coefficient and derive the expression for the input impedance transmission line in terms of reflection coefficient. set 2] (b) A load ZL = 80 – j 100 Ω is located at Z = 0 on a lossless 50Ω line.8m in length. (a) Draw the T & π equivalent circuits of transmission line and define elements of those equivalent circuits. [April -08. set 3. Calculate the reflection coefficient and standing wave ratio. Nov -09. Discuss the factors on which stub length depends. set 1] b) Explain the applications of Smith chart. Calculate the reflection coefficient and standing wave ratio. set 4] b) Explain with sketches how the input impedance varies with the frequency 13 a) Derive the expression for the input impedance of a transmission line of length ‘l’ [April -07. set 4] 14 a) Explain the designing of double stub [April -09. 9.8. set 2. 11 a) Describe all the characteristics of UHF lines [April -08. Nov -06. set 1] (b) A low loss transmission line of 100 Ω characteristic impedance is connected to a load of 300 Ω. (a) Explain about salient features of smith chart. Nov -06. λ /4. λ /2 line [April -08. ZOC =570 -480 Ω ZSC =720 340 Ω Find the characteristic impedance and propagation constant of the line. .May 04. set 3] b) A low transmission line of 100 Ω characteristic impedance is connected to a load of 400 Ω.May 06. set 4. set 1. Derive the relation used. [April -07. set 2.set2. Nov -07. use the smith chart to find the input impedance 10 a) explain the significance and utility of λ/8. [April -07.05 set1] b) Explain the significance and design of single stub impedance matching. The frequency is 200 MHz and the wavelength on the line is 2m. May -07. set 1. set 4] b) Short circuited and open circuited measurements at frequency of 5 KHz on a line length 100 km yields the following results.
UNIT I II III IV V VI VII VIII SET1 5 2 7 4 4 4 7 4 SET2 11 7 4 2 2 4 2 4 SET3 6 3 5 2 4 4 5 4 SET4 3 1 4 3 3 3 5 5 .
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