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6. Find B and H everywhere for a magnetized infinite cylinder

Thanks! This pieces everything together.
7. Find B and H everywhere for a magnetized infinite cylinder

Yes I agree that geometry doesn't make much sense to me either I was just copying what they had done. Setting up the problem as $$\vec{B}(2\pi s) = \mu_0(\int_s^a J_d\cdot 2\pi s\, ds - M_0\cdot 2\pi a)$$ results in the answer of $$\vec{B} = -\mu_0 M_0 (s/a)^2\hat{\phi}$$ which is just the...
8. Find B and H everywhere for a magnetized infinite cylinder

Ok, the difference was in the book that their ##\vec{J_b}## was a constant so they could just multiply by the area to get the result of the integral however, my ##\vec{J_b}## is linear w.r.t. s although I am still running into trouble. Defining ##dA =l \,ds\Longrightarrow \int_s^a J_d\cdot dA...
9. Find B and H everywhere for a magnetized infinite cylinder

Homework Statement An infinitely long cylinder of radius a has its axis along the z-direction. It has Magnetization ##M=M_0(s/a)^2\hat{\phi}## in cylindrical coordinates where ##M_0## is a constant and s is the perpendicular distance from the axis. Find the values of ##\vec{B}## and ##\vec{H}##...
10. Electric field inside a uniformly polarized cylinder

Am I drawing it incorrectly? I still don't find the same result as you.
11. Electric field inside a uniformly polarized cylinder

Homework Statement This is problem 4.13 from Griffiths. A long cylinder of radius a carries a uniform polarization P perpendicular to its axis. Find the electric field inside the cylinder. Homework Equations ##\int \vec{E}\cdot dA = q_{encl}/\varepsilon_0## The Attempt at a Solution [/B] We...
12. Drawing a Timing Diagram

Hmm, now I'm confused because depending on whether or not I start at the top or bottom gate outputting 0 I will end up with either ##Q=1##, ##Q'=0## or ##Q=0##, ##Q'=1##
13. Drawing a Timing Diagram

Homework Statement Draw the diagram for the following circuit given the following conditions: 1) X=Y=Z=1 2)X=Y=1, Z=0 3)X=Y=0, Z=1 4)X=1, Y=Z=0 Homework Equations The Attempt at a Solution [/B] ##W=XZ'+YZ##, ##V=Y'Z+XY## 1) W = 0 + 1 = 1 V = 0 + 1 = 1 and now I'm not sure how to get the...
14. Calculating the surface charge of a sphere and a conducting shell

So in an insulator the electrons can't flow freely therefore they won't be able to redistribute across the surface? Yes, is it just a conductor because it's metal?
15. Calculating the surface charge of a sphere and a conducting shell

I thought that charge only entirely resided on the surface of conductors otherwise why would they mention this as a property of conductors and not just in general? After looking around it seems like the charge will always distribute across the surface of anything in order to minimize the...