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January 2004

1. The z-axis coincides with the

axis of an infinite conducting

cylinder of inner radius a, outer

radius b. For a < r < b, there is a

current density flowing around

the wire, J = J0

A/m2 .

(I) 0 < r < a,

(III) b < r ,

Find:

(a) The B field .

(b) The A field .

And then find

(c) The pressure exerted by the magnetic field on the cylinder.

2. A grounded conducting

sphere of radius a is inside a

sphere of radius b. The region

between radius a and radius b is

vacuum. The outer sphere is

non-conducting, and carries a

surface charge density 0cos.

In the regions:

cos

0

a

b

(II) b < r

Find the potential .

R

q

a

3.

A hollow grounded conducting sphere of radius R contains a point

charge q at the point ak .

(a) Find the potential inside the sphere.

(b) Find the vector force on the charge q.

hemisphere, with a conducting flat base. The charge q is still at the

point ak .

(e) Find the potential in the hemisphere.

(f) Find the vector force on the charge q.

on a conducting plane of conductivity . The conducting plane fills

the half space z > 0. The conductivity is very high, >> , so the

displacement current inside the conductor can be neglected. There

is a reflected wave, ER .

(a) Find the B and E fields inside the conductor in terms of their

values at z = 0, as functions of z , and .

(b) Find the reflected electric field vector in terms of EI , and .

z-axis from z = -a/2 to z = a/2.

An alternating current of angular

frequency runs in the wire,

and the radiated EM wave has a

wavelength that is much

greater than the wire length a. A

good approximation to the

current density in the wire is

J = I0 x y k a - z sin t k

2

a/2

I

-a/2

where k = /c .

At large distances r from the wire, where r >> a , and r >> ,

find as functions of r, , , and I0 :

(a) The vector potential A .

(b) The magnetic field B.

(c) The electric field E,.

(d) Find the power radiated per unit solid angle as a function of , ,

and I0 .

(e) Find the wire's electric dipole moment p, and its magnetic

dipole moment m .

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