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PHYS 2401 WEEK 5

EX. without numbers

Find the total potential energy(Ue).

The four charges that make up a square are equivalent. All side lengths are ‘d’ Items known: m, Q, and d

For this problem, we can use Ue = (1/2)*Q*(V) where

ΔV = E*d

E = ke(Q/d2)

So

Ue = (1/2)*Q* ke*(Q/d2)*d = (1/2)*Q2*ke/d

Utotal = U12 + U13 + U14……. ???? This is the long way

However, since we know all of the charges are the same we can do it a simpler way: Utotal = 8((1/2)*Q2*ke/d) + 4((1/2)*Q2*ke/(sqrt(2)*d)) = (4 + sqrt(2))*ke* Q2/d

Note: We can only do this because they are the same charge

In the above equation, “8((1/2)*Q2*ke/d) “ is derived for the linear paths of energy (think, tracing the box). Each charge has two other charges acting on it in a linear path so 2*4=8. The second part “4((1/2)*Q2*ke/(sqrt(2)*d))” is derived for the diagonal paths of energy (cutting across the box). Each charge has a single charge acting on it through a diagonal path so 1*4=4. The denominator is “ sqrt(2)*d” because of the 45-45-90 special triangle.

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Okay now let Q in the lower right corner fly away. What is its speed when ∞ far away?

First lets look at a similar but simpler case.

Initial Case:

Final Case: r2=∞

Utotal = (k*Q1*Q2/r1)+ (k*Q1*Q2/r2) ???? (k*Q1*Q2/r2) = 1/∞ = 0 Remember: ΔK = - ΔUe

= (1/2)mv12 -(1/2)mv22 ???? (1/2)mv12 cancels out because v1 = 0

So

(k*Q1*Q2/r1) = (1/2)mv22

Now Back to the harder question

Utotal = Uinital = (4 + sqrt(2))*ke* Q2/d Don't forget about the age old question of What is the definition of sexual behavior?

Ufinal = (2*ke* Q2/d) + (ke* Q2/(sqrt(2)d)) ???? To find this, redue the steps that found Uintial but now theres only 3 charges

Again,

ΔK = - ΔUe

= (1/2)mv12 -(1/2)mv22 ???? (1/2)mv12 cancels out because v1 = 0 So,

(1/2)mv22 = (ke* Q2/d)((4 + sqrt(2)) – (2 + 1/sqrt(2))) If you want to learn more check out What are the challenges to feature theories?

To find v2, just rearrange the above equation

Equipotential Surfaces

ΔV = - ∫ E * ds

Ex = -dV/dx

Ey = -dV/dy

Ez = -dV/dz

Potential of a Conductor

V is constant throughout the conductor

ΔV = - ∫ E * ds ???? V is CONSTANT because E = 0, this DOES NOT mean V = 0

EX. without numbers

Voutside = k*Qtotal/R

Vinside = k*Qtotal/r ???? This is constant

EX. Where is is the potential difference equal to zero? V = 0 ? Q1 = -20uC ; Q2 = 10uC

V = k*Q1/r

Vtotal = V1 + V2

Vinside(x) = 0 = (k*(-20uC)/x)+( k*(10uC)/(1m – x))

(k*(20uC)/x) = ( k*(10uC)/(1m – x)) ????’k’ and the units ‘uC’ cancel out (2/x) = (1/(1-x)) Don't forget about the age old question of What is ethnomethodology perspective?

2 – 2x = x

2 = 3x

X = 2/3 meters

Voutside(x) = 0 = (k*(10uC)/(x-1m))+( k*(-20uC)/(x))

(k*(10uC)/(x-1m) = ( k*(-20uC)/(x)) ????’k’ and the units ‘uC’ cancel out 1/(x-1) = (2/x)

2x - 2 = x

X = 2 meters

EX. Find Q1,Q2

r1 = 4cm ; r2 = 6cm ; Qtotal = 20uC

Vtotal = V1 + V2

V1 = V2

V = k*Q1/r

k*Q1/r1 = k*Q2/r2 ???? ‘k’ cancels out

Q1/r1 = Q2/r2

Q1/4cm = Q2/6cm

Q2 = 1.5*Q1

Qtotal = Q1 +Q2

20uC = Q1 + 1.5Q1 = 2.5Q1

Q1 = 8uC

Q2 = 12uC

Chapter 26 Capacitors

A capacitor is made up of two conductors.

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ΔV = - ∫C E*ds

Q = E*C ???? ‘C’ stands for capacitance. Units: Farads(F)

1 F = 1 C/V ???? farad to coulombs/volts

Parallel Plate Capacitors

How do we find C of pair of conductors?

1) Assume some value of charge

2) Find E between conductors

3) Find V.

4) C = Q/V

E = σ/

σ = Q/A

So,

E = Q/(A* ) ???? first equation for E

V= E*d

E = V/d ????second equation for E

So,

Q/(A* ) = V/d

Q = ((A* )/d)*V ???? remember Q =C*V

So,

C = ((A* )/d) ???? parallel plate capacitor capacitance

Cylindrical Capacitor

Side View Ariel View

λ = Q/ l

E = 2*k* λ /r

V = ∫ba 2*k* λ /r *dr

= 2*k* λ* ln(r) |ba

= 2*k* (Q/l) * (lnb – lna)

Note : 2k = 1/(2*pi* )

= (1//(2*pi* )) *(Q/l)*ln(b/a)

Q = (2*pi* )/(ln(b/a)) V

So,

C = (2*pi* )/(ln(b/a)) ???? Cylindrical capacitor capacitance Spherical Capacitor

C = 4*pi* *a*b/(b-a)

Capacitor hooked up to a battery

V stays constant

d‘ = 2d ???? ‘d’ is the distance between the plates of a parallel plate capacitor Q’ = C’V

Q’ = Q/2

C’ = *A/d’ = (1/2)C

What happens when the battery is disconnected?

Then d’ = 2d

Q stays the same

C’ = C/2

V= Q/C

V’ = 2V

V’ = Q/C’

Symbols

Capacitor -| |-

Battery

Switch

Capacitors in Parallel

To combined C1 and C2 to find a single capacitor equal to C1 and C2 when they are in parallel Ceq = C1 +C2

Because,

Vb = V1 = V2

Qb = Q1 +Q2

Qb = C1*Vb + C2*Vb = (C1 + C2)Vb

Qb/Vb = (C1 + C2)

Ceq = C1 +C2

Capacitors in Series

To combined C1 and C2 to find a single capacitor equal to C1 and C2 when they are in series 1/Ceq = 1/C1 +1/C2

Because,

Qb = Q1 = Q2

Vb = V1 +V2

Vb = Qb/C1 + Qb/C2 = (1/C1 +1/C2)Qb

Vb/Qb = (1/C1 + 1/C2)

1/Ceq = 1/C1 +1/C2

Can also be written as :

Ceq = 1/(1/C1 +1/C2) = C1*C2/(C1+C2)

EX.

5uF + 4uF = 9uF

2uF + 3uF + 7uF = 12uF

1/(1/9uF + 1/3uF) = 9/4 uF 1/(1/6uF +1/12uF) = 4uF

9/4uF + 4uF = 25/4uF

Qb = Ceq*Vb = (25/4 uF)*(10V) = 25/40 uC EX.

6uF +3uF =9uF

1/(1/9uF +1/10uF) = 4.74 uF

Qb = Ceq*Vb = (4.74uF)(10V) = 47.4uC

Remember capacitors in series have the same Q So, Qb = Q10uF = Q9uF

Now to find Q6uF and Q3uF from the original circuit, but first find the voltage for capacitor 9uF because we know capacitors in parallel have equal value

10 V – V10uF – V9uF =0

V9uF = 10V - V10uF

= 10V -Q10uF/ C10uF

= 10V – 47.4uC/10uF =5.25 V = V6uF = V3uF

So, Q = CV

Q6uF = C6uF* V6uF = (6uF)*(5.26V) = 31.6uC

Q3uF = C3uF* V3uF = (3uF)*(5.26V) = 15.8uC

If you increase C10uF, will Q6uF and Q3uF stay the same , increase, or decrease? C10uF increases, Ceq decreases

Qb decreases, V10uF decreases

so,

V6uF, V3uF both increase

Q6uF, Q3uF both increase

EX.

C1 = 15uF

C2 = 6.67uF

1) Close S1, leave S2 open

Q1 = C1*Vb = 15uF *12V = 180uC

Q2 = 0

2) Open S1(battery out of play), close S2. What are the final values of Q’1,Q’2,V’1,and V’2?

Q’1 + Q’2 = Q1

Q’1 + Q’2 = 180uF

V’1 = Q’1/C1 +Q’2/C2 = V’2

Q’2 =(C2/C1)Q’1 = .444Q’1

Q’1 +.444Q’1 =180uF

1.444Q’1 = 180uF

Q’1 =125uC

Q’2 = 55uC

V’1 = Q’1/C1 = 125uC/15uF = 8.3V =V’2

EX. Find C1 and C2 when in series the equal 5uF, and in parallel they equal 30uF C1*C2/(C1+C2)=5uF

C1 +C2 =30uF ???? C2 = 30uF – C1

Plug in equation 2 into equation 1

C1(30uF – C1)/(C1+30uF-C1) = 5uF

-1/30(C1)2 + C1 -5 =0

Solve the quadratic equation to get Q1 then solver for Q2

The answers are: Q1=23.65; Q2 = 6.35

Battery Work

-stored energy in C

Vi = 0

dWb = Vc*dq

Vc = q/C

dWb = (q/C)*dq Wb = U

Wb = (1/2)Q2/C = (1/2)CVb2 = (1/2)QVb

EX. Energy stored? C = 20uF, Vmax = 109 U = (1/2)(2*10-5uF)(109V)2= 1013J