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EE Science II Laboratory #04

Charge Distributions and Electric Field Visualization in 3D

Pre-Laboratory Assignment
Your name and group number: _____________
1. Consider a charge q placed at (x, y) = (0, 0). The magnitude of the charge depends on your group number:

•  Groups5and6→q=5×10-3 C
• From Coulomb’s Law, the electric field produced by this charge at any point on the x-y plane is given by thefollowing equation in the cylindrical coordinate system:𝑞
• 𝐸 = (4𝜋𝜖)𝑅2 𝑟̂a. Transform this expression into the Cartesian coordinate system and write down the x and y components ofthe field below: [1 Point]Ex = ___________________________Ey = ___________________________b. Complete Table 1 by calculating the x and y components of the E field for the given (R, φ) values. [1 Point]Table 1: Calculate the electric field in Cartesian coordinates for the given values of (R, φ)

c. Plot the electric field calculated in Table 1 using Grid #1 attached at the bottom of this document. [1 Point]d. How will the electric field change if the charge was located at (x, y) = (1, 2) instead of (0, 0)? [0.5 Point]

2. A linear charge distribution of length l and charge density λ is located along the x axis as shown in Figure 1, wherel and λ depend on your group number –

Groups5and6→l=40m, 𝜆=5×10−3 Cm

Laboratory #4 R 𝝓 (deg) Observation point (x, y) 𝑬𝒙 𝑬𝒚 0.5 0 (,) 1.0 0 (,) 1.5 0 (,) 0.5 45 (,) 0.5 90 (,) 0.5 180 (,) 1.0 270 (,)  1.5 135 (,)     University of South Florida

1 EE204-pre-lab.docx

Groups7and8→l=30m. 𝜆=6×10−3 Cm

Calculate the electric field at any point on the y axis by following the steps listed below –

1. Consider an infinitesimally small charge dQ = λ dx’ as shown in Figure 1.
2. If (x’, y’) is used to denote any point on the charge distribution and (x,y) is used to denote any observationpoint, then the net electric field at (x,y) due to an infinitesimally small charge dQ placed at (x’, y’) is:1 𝑑𝑄 1 𝑑𝑄((𝑥−𝑥′)𝑥̂+(𝑦−𝑦′)𝑦̂)𝑑𝐸=4𝜋𝜀 𝑅2 𝑟̂= 4𝜋𝜀 ((𝑥−𝑥′)2+(𝑦−𝑦′)2)3/2
3. Show how 𝑟̂ equals ((𝑥−𝑥′)𝑥̂+(𝑦−𝑦′)𝑦̂) in the above step. [1 Point]

𝑅2 ((𝑥−𝑥′)2+(𝑦−𝑦′)2)3/2

d. In this problem, dQ = λ dx’, y’ = 0 (line charge distribution is on the x axis) and x = 0 (observation point ison the y axis). Since the charge distribution is uniform, the x components of the electric field cancel at anypoint on the y axis. Therefore, the net electric field is due to the y component alone. Calculate the electricfield by integrating the y component in the above expression for x’ varying from –l/2 to l/2. Show yourwork clearly for full credit. [3 Points]

Hint:

∫ 𝑑𝑥 = 𝑥
(𝑎2 + 𝑥2)3/2 𝑎2√𝑎2 + 𝑥2

Figure 1: Problem #2 – line charge distribution placed on the x – axis.
3. You will work with MATLAB in this lab. Please review the MATLAB tutorial and answer the following

questions:
3.1. Write a MATLAB code line to implement the following equation [1.5 Points]

3.2.

Laboratory #4 see the file attached more clear.

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