## Solutions for Engineering Electromagnetics

Problem 1.1P:

If A represents a vector two units in length directed due west, B represents a vector three units in...Problem 1.2P:

Vector A extends from the origin to (1, 2, 3), and vector B extends from the origin to (2, 3, â€”2)....Problem 1.3P:

1.3 The vector from the origin to point A is given as (6,-2,-4) and the unit vector from the origin...Problem 1.4P:

A circle, centered at the origin with a radius of 2 units, lies in the xy plane. Determine the unit...Problem 1.5P:

An equilateral triangle lies in the xy plane with its centroid at the origin. One vertex lies on the...Problem 1.6P:

Find the acute angle between the two vector A=2ax+ay+3az and B=ax3ay+2az by using the definition of...Problem 1.9P:

A field is given as G=[25/(x2+y2)](xax+yay). Find (a) a unit vector in the direction of G at P(3, 4,...Problem 1.11P:

Given the points M(0.1, -0.2, -0.1), N(-02, 0.1, 0.3), and P(0.4, 0, 0.1), find (a) the vector RMN;...Problem 1.12P:

1.21 Write an expression recrangu1ar components for the vector that extends from (x, y, z) to...Problem 1.15P:

Three vectors extending from the origin are given as r1 = (7, 3, -2), r2 = (â€”2, 7, â€”3). and r3 =...Problem 1.21P:

Exercise in cylinder components ;(a) the vector from C(3,2,7)toD(1,4,2); (b) a unit vector at D...Problem 1.23P:

The surfaces p=3,p=5,=130o,z=3andz=4.5 define a closed surface. Find (a) the enclosed volume; (b)...Problem 1.24P:

Two unit vectors, a1 and a2, lie in the xy plane and pass through the origin. They make angles 1 and...# Browse All Chapters of This Textbook

Chapter 1 - Vector AnalysisChapter 2 - Coulomb’s Law And Electric Field IntensityChapter 3 - Electric Flux Density, Gauss’s Law, And DivergenceChapter 4 - Energy And PotentialChapter 5 - Conductors And DielectricsChapter 6 - CapacitanceChapter 7 - The Steady Magnetic FieldChapter 8 - Magnetic Forces, Materials, And InductanceChapter 9 - Time-varying Fields And Maxwell’s EquationsChapter 10 - Transmission Lines

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Chapter 1, Problem 1.1PGiven: The value of E is E=(Ar)sinθaθ. The value of H is H=(Br)sinθaϕ The expression for S is...Concept used: Write the expression for the x -component of the rectangular system in term of...Chapter 1, Problem 1.23PChapter 2, Problem 2.1PChapter 2, Problem 2.7PChapter 2, Problem 2.17PChapter 2, Problem 2.26PGiven: The central charge Q1 is located at the origin and a radius of the hemisphere is a while...

Chapter 3, Problem 3.15PChapter 3, Problem 3.20PChapter 3, Problem 3.30PChapter 4, Problem 4.1PGiven: V(ρ)=a2ρ0e−ρaε0 Concept used: E=−∇V Calculation: Formula for electric field is formula shown...Chapter 4, Problem 4.24PGiven Information: The current density is, J=−104[sin(2x)e−2yax+cos(2x)e−2yay] kA/m2. Calculation:...Chapter 5, Problem 5.20PChapter 5, Problem 5.22PCalculation: The ratio of outer radius b to inner radius a in terms of the ratio of plate separation...Chapter 6, Problem 6.31PCalculation: The Poisson's equation is defined for z<b boundary condition (where b is the radius...Calculation: The general solution of Laplace's equation is written as, V=C1ϕ+C2 ...... (1) Here, ϕ...Calculation: The Poisson's equation (generalization of Laplace equation) is defined for r<c...Chapter 7, Problem 7.1PGiven: The given configuration is I = 1A Range is −h<z<h. Calculation: The figure for the loop...Given: The radius of the hollow cylindrical shell is 'a' which is centered on the z -axis and it...Given: Total current carried by cylindrical shell is I=50A Shell is defined by 1 cm < ρ <1.4...Chapter 7, Problem 7.38PChapter 8, Problem 8.1PGiven Information: Square loop is given as,. . The torque is about the origin A(0,0,0) in the field...Chapter 8, Problem 8.27PGiven Information: The toroid is having square cross section, 2.5 cm<ρ<3.5 cm , −0.5...Given Information: The given circuit is shown below: B=0⋅2cos120πtT Calculation: flux(ϕ)=π(0⋅15)2β...Given: B=B0cos(ωt)cos(k0z) ay Wb/m2 Medium for magnetic flux density is free space. Concept used:...Given Information: Breadth, b = 4 cm Diameter, d = 8 mm Magnetic field, H=5cos(109t−βz)ay A/m...Chapter 10, Problem 10.1PChapter 10, Problem 10.5PChapter 10, Problem 10.14PChapter 10, Problem 10.15PChapter 10, Problem 10.20PChapter 11, Problem 11.1PChapter 11, Problem 11.6PChapter 11, Problem 11.11PChapter 11, Problem 11.12PGiven: A uniform plane wave in air Ex1+=Ex10+cos(1010t−βz) V/m incident normally on copper surface...Given: Ex1+=10cos( ωt−15z) V/m And β=15 The plane z=0 defines the boundary which is there in between...Given: Two regions with region 1 : z<0 and region 2 : z>0 are perfect dielectrics. Radian...Given: Refractive index of glass n=1.45 Glass thickness =λ2 Concept Used: Calculate reflection...Chapter 13, Problem 13.1PChapter 13, Problem 13.7PChapter 13, Problem 13.22PChapter 14, Problem 14.1PGiven: The following parameters are given: λ=2π m, d=0.1 m and (x=0, y=1000, z=0). Concept Used:...Given: The following information is given: r=100, θ=900,ϕ=300. The radiation field Eθs is given by,...

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