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Field Theory
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I a. State
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prove Gauss's Divergence theorem.
(06 Marks)
b. State and explain the electric field intensity and obtain an expression for electric field
intensity due.to an infinitely long line charge.
(08 Marks)
c.
A charge of
.0.3
pC is located at A(25, 30, 1 5) crq and a seqond charge of 0.5 pC at
B(10, 8, 12) crn'Find E at i) the origin i, P(15, 20, 50) cm.
(06 Marks)
2 a. Discuss with relevant equations the potential field ofa syitem of charges and hence obtain
the potential field of a ring o f unilorm line charge density.
(08 Marks)
b. Discuss current and current density and derive the.gxpression for continuity
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Given the field E
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40 xya,+21xza9+2a,Y lm, ialoulate the potential between the two points
P(1, 1, 0) and
Q(2,
1, 3).
(06 Marks)
3 a. State and prove the uniqueness theorem.
b. Derive Poisson's and Laplace's equations.
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c. Calculate numerical values for V and Sv at point Pin free
4 a. Derive an expresgiori for magnetic field intensity at a polirt P due to an infinitely long
straight filamgnt darrying a current I. Also obtain the magnetic field intensity caused by a
finite lengthcunent filament on the zaxis. (08 Marks)
b. In an infuritely long coaxial cable carrying a uniformely current I if'&e imer conductor and
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in the outer conductor, find the magnetic field intensity is a function of radius and sketch
the field intensity variation.
c. Discuss the scalar and vector magnetic potentials.
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B
Discuss the force on a differential current element
(07 Marks)
(05 Marks)
and also obtain the expression for force.
(08 Marks)
b. Given a ferrite material which we shall specifr to be operating in a linear mode with
B = 0.05 T, let us aSSUrle pr: 50, and calculate values for x, M and H. (06 Marks)
c. Define inductance and derive the expression for inductance of a to,rodial coil of N turns and
a current l.
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6 a. List the Maxwell's equations in point and integral forms for time varying freld. (06 Marks)
b. Explain the retarded potentials. (08 Marks)
c.
Let p=105 FVrL e=4x10+F/nL o=0 and Su
=0.
Find K so that each ofthe following
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7 a. Start@om Maxwell's equations, obtain the wave equations in free6qgtd. (07 Marks)
b. Derivel@xpression for depth of penetration.
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c. Find the' lpfrh of penetration at a frequency of 1.6
F$D
in aluminium, where
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F, =t.Alsofindy,LandVp.
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I a. Derive the expresildS.for reflection and transmissipg.olm"i.nt. for normal incidence at
pair of fields satisfies Maxwell's equations:
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(Oa.
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+ 2za"nC /m2)
Derive the expressi$.{br rellection and transmisslpt\ coBfficients for normal incidence at
the boundary betweenlfg{ielectrics.
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drine@, b. Write a note on standing rf&, ratio.
interfice yield a 1.5 m spacing behftpprfixima vdth the fust maximum occuning 0.75 m
from the interface. A standing
Wftft/}fiio
of 5 is measured. Determine the intrinsic

impedance
n.of
tlre unknown (05 Marks)
D. Wrrte a note on $ancmg WeFatlo.
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c. A uniform plane wave in"6iirpartially rqflpg6y' from the surface of a material whose
properties are unknown. Mea${ilnqrts of\# electric field in the region in front of the
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