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II B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, February 2007 ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS (Electrical & Electronic Engineering) Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80 Answer any FIVE Questions All Questions carry equal marks

1. (a) State and explain coulomb’s law. (b) Two small identical conducting spheres have charges of 2nC and - 0.5nC respectively. when they are placed 4 cm apart what is the force between them. If they are brought into contact and then separated by 4 cms what is the force between them? [6+10] 2. (a) Find the electric field at any point between two concentric spherical Shells, inner spherical shell has Q1 charge and outer spherical shell has Q2 charge. (b) A parallel plate capacitor consists of 3 dielectric layer If r1 =1 d1 = 0.4 mm, r2 =1, d2 = 0.6 mm, r3 =1, d3 = 0.8 mm and area of cross section 20 sq cm. Find capacitance. [8+8] 3. (a) Derive the integral form of continuity equation and also write its meaning. (b) What is the Capacitance of a Capacitor consisting of two parallel plates 30 cm by 30 cm, Separated by 5 mm in air. What is the energy stored by the capacitor if it is charged to a potential difference of 500 volts. [8+8] 4. State and prove Ampere’s circuital law. Discuss few applications for the same. [16] 5. (a) A linear conductor carries a current of 100 Amps in the positive x-direction. If the flux everywhere is uniform with a magnitude of B = 2.5 wb/m2 and has direction parallel to the x-y plane and at an angle of 450 with respect to x-axis, find the magnitude and direction of force of a 2 m length of the conductor. (b) Plot the variation of magnetic field due to two conductors each of radius R meters and spaced d meters. One conductor carries a current +I amperes and the other -I amperes. [8+8] 6. A two-conductor transmission line is made up of conductors, which are separated by a distance of 2 mt. The radius of each conductor is 1 cm. The medium is air. Compute the exact value of inductance of each conductor per kmt. length. Derive formula used. [16] 7. (a) Starting form first principle derive Maxwell’s equation using Faraday’s law and show that div B=0.

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(b) For coaxial cylindrical condenser of radii ‘a’ and ‘b’ length ‘L’, evaluate the total displacement current flowing across any cylindrical surface of radius ‘r’ (a < r < b), taking the average variation as sinusoidal in time and the variation of electric field with radius the same as in statics. Show that the result is independent of radius and equal to the charging current for the condenser. [8+8] 8. Assuming Maxwell’s equations, show that the quantity given by the expression (E × H) ds is equal to the total power flowing out the volume enclosed by the ¯ closed surface S surrounding the volume. [16]

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