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6.642 Continuum Electromechanics
Fall 2008
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6.642 Continuum Electromechanics
Problem Set #4
Fall Term 2008
Issued: 9/24/08
Due: 10/03/08
Problem 1
A sphere of radius R and infinite magnetic permeability
is placed within a uniform magnetic field at infinity,
H (r f, T ) H 0 iz H 0 (ir cosT iT sin T ) .
The medium outside the sphere is free space.
a) Find the magnetic flux density B(r, T ) for r ! R .
b) Find the equation of the magnetic field lines
c) Find the vector potential A(r, T ) .
d) For r ! R , the governing equation for the vector
potential is ’2 A 0 . Show that the solution of part
(c) satisfies ’ 2 A 0 .
e) For the separation magnetic field line that passes
through the point (r R, T S / 2) find its distance
D from x 0 at (r f, T S ) .
f) Draw the magnetic field lines similar to those
shown above.
Problem 2
The Kelvin force density for charged dielectric media is
( P<’) E U f E
where P D H 0 E is the polarization field, E is the electric field , D is the displacement field,
and U f ’< D is the free charge density. Do not assume that the dielectric has a linear
permittivity. Find the stress tensor Ti j for this force density in the form
wTi j
wx j
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Problem 3
The Kelvin force density for current carrying magnetic media with magnetization M is
where M
P0 (M <’)H J u P0 H
H is the magnetization field, B is the magnetic flux density, H is the magnetic
field intensity, and J ’ u H is the current density. Do not assume that the magnetic media has
a linear magnetic permeability. Find the stress tensor Ti j for this force density in the form
wTi j wx j
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