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E M Waves and Transmission Lines

Unit 1

Lecture Notes 5

 5. Four point charges each 20µC 100µC point charge at (0,0,3)m . are on x-y axis at ± 4m . Find the force on a Sol.  Consider the force due to the charge at y = ±4m
= −
y
4
ay
+
3
az
R
4
ay
+
3
az
r =
16
+ 9
6
6
100
×
10
×
20
×
10
4
ay
+
3
az
=
F 1
10 − 9
5
4
π
×
× 25
36
π
[
4
ay
+
3
az
]
− 12
9
=
80
×
9
×
10
×
10
5
= −
0.57
ay
+
0.4314
az

Due to the symmetry

F

4

F

2

=

=

0.57

0.57

ay

ax

+

+

0.434

0.4314

az

az

F

3

Net force

= − = F = F

0.57

1

ax

+

0.4314

+ F

2

+ F

3

az

+ F

4

0.44314 AZ

4

×

= = 1.7256 azN

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Lecture Notes 5

Two particles each of mass ‘m’ and having a charge ‘q’ coulomb are suspended by a string of length ‘l’ from a common point. Show that each string makes, with the vertical an angle θ given by

Sol.

tan

3

θ

q

2

=

1

+ tan

2 θ

16

mgl

π

2

ε

0 The force of repulsion between the two particles is

From

le

OAC

F =

q

2

4

πε

(

AB

)

2

 AB / 2 = ( cos 90 − θ ) l AB = 2 l sin θ From eqn (1) 2 F = q 4 πε 0 ( 2 2 sin l θ ) 2

=

q

16

πε

0

l

2

sin

2

θ

= sin

θ

(2)

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E M Waves and Transmission Lines

Unit 1

Lecture Notes 5

Applying Lemi’s theorem at point ‘A’ F

mg

=

(

sin 90 + 90

θ)

(

sin 90

+θ)

F

sinθ

=

mg

cosθ

Substituting ‘F’ from eqn(2)

 q 2 mg = 16 πε 0 l 2 sin 3 θ cos θ i . e q 2 = sin 3 θ ., 16 πε 0 l 2 mg cos θ i q 2 = sin 3 θ . e ., cos 16 πε 0 mgl 2 cos 3 θ tan 3 θ = sec 2 θ . i e q 2 = tan 3 θ ., 16 πε 0 mgl 2 1 + tan 2 θ

2 θ

 9. It is required to hold three equal point charges +q each at equilibrium at the corners of an equilateral triangle. Find the point charge which will do this is placed at the centre of the triangle. Sol. B. I .Neelgr, ECE, GMRIT

E M Waves and Transmission Lines

Unit 1

Lecture Notes 5

Let the required charge at the centre be ‘-q’ considering the forces acting on any one charge say ‘1’ due to all other charges, the resulting shold be zero for equilibrium.

2 q
F
=
12
2
4 πε
a
2
q
F
=
13
2
4 πε
a
a
/ 2
a
/ 2
a
AE =
=
=
0
cos30
3/ 2
3
1
3
qq
F
=
14
2
4 πε
a
1
qq
F
=
14
2
a
4 πε
3

At equilibrium X + Y = 0 Resolving the forces along X and Y

Y

2 2

 X = − q 4 πε a 2 − 4 q πε a 2 cos60 0 + = 2 − q − q 2 1 + 3 qq ′ 3 = 4 πε a 8 q πε a 2 2 [ − 4 2 πε q a − 2 q 2 + 3 4 πε a 3 q ′ ] 2 2 = 8 3 q πε a 2 [ − q − q ] 3 ′ 3 qq ′ 0 2 q 0 = sin 30 − sin 60 4 πε a 2 4 πε a 2

=

= 2
3 qq ′
1 q
3
4 πε
a
2 2
4 πε
a
2 2
3 q
q
q ′−
2
8
πε
a
3 − qq ′
2
a
4 πε
3

cos30

0

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i.e.,

X + Y = 0

Lecture Notes 5 3 q
[
]
3 q
q
q −
3
q ′ +
q ′−
2
2
8 πε
a
8
πε
a
3
q
q
3
q
′+
q
′−
= 0
3
1
[
]
q
1
+
=
q ′ 1
+
3
3
3
+
1
[
]
− q
=
q ′ 1
+
3
3
q
q ′ =
3
− q
q ′ =
3

= 0

10. It is required to hold four equal point charges +q at equilibrium at the corner of a square. Find the point charge which will do this if placed at the centre of the square. B. I .Neelgr, ECE, GMRIT

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Sol.

Lecture Notes 5

Let the required charge be qplaced at the centre of the square. Cosidering the forces acting on any one charge say ‘1’ due to all other charges the resultant must be zero for equilibrium.

i.e., 2
q
F
=
(
− 1 x
)
12
2
4 πε
a
2
q
F
=
(
− 1 y
)
14
2
4 πε
a
2
q
F
=
13
(
)
2
4
πε
2 a

2 q
F
=
15
2
4 πε
a
2
2 qq ′
=
2
4 πε
a
2
2
q
1 xq
2 qq ′
X
= −
1 x
cos45
0 +
12
2
2
2
4 πε
a
8 πε
a
4 πε
a
2
2
q
q
1 qq
2
1
=
+
2
2
2
4
πε
a
8
πε
a
4
πε
a
2
2
2
− q
2 q
2 qq ′
0
Y =
sin 45
0 +
sin 45
2
2
4
πε
a
2 8
πε
a
4 πε
a

= 2
2
q
q
1
2
qq
1
+
2
2
2
4
πε
a
8
πε
a
2
4
πε
a
2

At equilibrium X + Y = 0

cos45

0 2
2
2
2
− q
q
qq ′
q
q
qq ′
+ +
+
4 πε
2
2
2
2
a
2 8
2
πε
a
2
2
πε
a
4 πε
a
2 8
2
πε
a
2
2
πε
a
q
[
]
2
2
q
q
+
4
q
′−
2
2
q
q
+
4
q ′
= 0
2
8
2
πε
a
4
2
q
2
q
+
8
q
′ =
0
(
)
2
q
2
2
+
1
q ′ =
8
2
2
+
1
=
q
4

= 0.965 q q′ = −0.956q C

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E M Waves and Transmission Lines

Unit 1

Lecture Notes 5

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