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Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
FINAL EXAMINATION SUMMER-2013
EEE241/ECE210: Electromagnetic Waves & Fields
Total Marks: 100
Time Allowed: 2 Hour and 45 Minutes

Figure in bracket [] next to each question indicates marks for that question.
There are Seven (7) questions, answer any Five (5).
Question No. 1
(a) A circular ring of radius a carries a uniform line charge ρl C/m and is placed on the xy

 L ah
aZ
plane with axis the same as the z axis. Show that E (0,0, h) 
2 o [h 2  a 2 ]3 / 2
[12 Marks]
(b) Three point charges Q1=1mC, Q2=-2mC and Q3=3mC are located at (0,0,4), (-2,5,1)
and (3,-4,6) respectively. Find potential V at point P (-1,1,2).
[8 Marks]
Question No. 2

P. aˆ R
(a) Show that electric potential and electric dipole moment are related by V 
4 0 R 2
where all the symbols have their usual meaning.
[8 Marks]
(b) The surface x = 0 separates two perfect dielectrics. For x > 0,  R1  4 and for x<0

ˆ x  20 a
ˆ y  40a
ˆ z V/m, find:
 R 2  2 . If E  30a

E 2 , E and D2
i.
[7 Marks]

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(c) Given that the electric field in a certain region is E  sin aˆ    z  1 cos aˆ  zaˆ z
determine the work done in moving a 1 mC charge from A(0, 0, 0) to B(0, 300, 0).
[5 Marks]
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Question No. 3
(a) Using Gauss’s law and Ampere’s circuital law, derive the conditions at the boundary
between two magnetic media.
[8 Marks]
(b) A rectangular loop carrying current I1=20 A and a filamentary current of I2=10A
flows along the entire z axis in the aˆ z direction as shown in Fig.1. determine:
[12
Marks]
i.
The total force experienced by the loop.
ii.
The mutual inductance M12.
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Page 2 of 4 . 5 (a) Show that. Determine the volume charge density.Fig. 300. determine H in the following regions: [12 Marks] i. 4  If D  2  cos aˆ  0<φ<π/3. Evaluate both sides of the divergence theorem.1 Question No. determine J at (3. H  y zaˆ x  2 y aˆ y  5 zxy aˆ z A/m. Within the space between the inner and outer conductor. 0<z<4. Within the inner conductor. assuming that the current is  uniformly distributed in both conductors. [6 Marks] Question 6 (a) Consider an infinitely long transmission line consisting of two concentric cylinders having their axes along the z-axis. the magnetic field due to a straight current carrying filamentary conductor of infinite length can be expressed as: [8 Marks]  H  I aˆ .5) in free space. Outside the outer conductor. iii. ii. 2) [6 Marks]   2 (c) Given a potential V  100     z  1 sin  V. here the symbols have their usual meaning. The cross section of the line is shown in Fig. i. [6 Marks] [14 Marks] Question No. E and D at (2.2 the inner conductor has radius a and carries current I while the outer conductor has inner radius b and thickness t and carries return current –I.  3zaˆ z C/m2 and the region is enclosed by the volume is 0<ρ<2.-5. determine V. 0. ii. 2  x  2 3 (b) In a certain conducting region.

If V(φ=π/6)=0 and V(φ=π/2)=200V.4 Page 3 of 4 .2 (b) Two infinite conducting plane φ=π/6 and φ=π/2 are separated by an infinitesimal insulating gaps as shown in Fig.Fig. 7 (a) A rectangular loop of single turn of conducting wire lies in the xy plane as shown in Fig. [8 marks] Fig. 4 the loop is situated in a magnetic field specified by  B   4aˆ x  3aˆ y  2aˆ z  sin 10 6 t Wb/m2. calculate V. [7 Marks] Fig. Calculate the induced voltage in the rectangular loop.3 Question No.3.

for time varying case   H  J  D t THE END Page 4 of 4 [6 Marks] . [7 Marks] t    (c) Prove that.  2 E   o 0 2 in free space.(b) Using Maxwell’s equations (for time varying  case) derive three-dimensional wave 2   E equation for electric field.