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Electromagnetic Fields and Devices II

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Electromagnetic Fields and Devices II ECE 342

Sarina Wintheiser
GPA 3.8

Carmen Menoni

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5 Ad5jVAdv VJ6p at s V a Stokes Theorem I 0D V X H J at A7dzj x2yds c s V D 390 V V X A 0 V B 0 d DidS Vx lim C 7 V5lim S A A5 AHo AV max 12112006 EE341 Formulas for the exams Rev Dec 2006 Time varying Fields Infinite Plane sheet Jstax Wave equation 77 Z Z gt 0 62E 62E Exzt 0Jst X I g r 2 VP 2 lt 0 622 0 0 61 2 J z Z gt 0 Hyzt i SO 2 VP 2 lt 0 1 a VP 080 3X10 m S Harmonic fields Jso costh aX E77t7 J c0sat z x z 0 r70 0 1207r377Q go J Hi 7 cos mt zay Amplitude ofH wt z 2 6 a w r4 Lip 61 27239 62 Polarization Wave propagating in z direction E Egg1C cosat z linear E EEC IX cosat zE15y sinat z circular if E0E1 else elliptical Poynting Vector 13 W m2 Jso2 E X H zi 77 cos 2 wti z 32 Z gt 0 l Time averaged power transmitted 7 ltP gt3ReEXH by the wave Poynting theorem 6 J39lgHZdV Power dissipation density associated with conduction pd 0E2 61 355 jEJdv 3jlgE2dv S V V 2 V 1 2 Electric energy dens1ty WE 38E 1 Magnetic energy density Wm E uH 2 Chapter 4 Drift velocity y mobility Dielectric 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