within a volume element dV, produced individually by the currents

of the first and the second loop respectively.

3.346. Find the interaction energy of two loops carrying currents

/ 1 and /^2 if both loops are shaped as circles of radii a and b, with

a << b. The loops' centres are located at the same point and their

planes form an angle 0 between them.

3.347. The space between two concentric metallic spheres is filled

up with a uniform poorly conducting medium of resistivity p and

permittivity s. At the moment t = 0 the inside sphere obtains a

certain charge. Find:

(a) the relation between the vectors of displacement current den-

sity and conduction current density at an arbitrary point of the me-

dium at the same moment of time;

(b) the displacement current across an arbitrary closed surface

wholly located in the medium and enclosing the internal sphere, if

at the given moment of time the charge of that sphere is equal to q.

3.348. A parallel-plate capacitor is formed by two discs with a

uniform poorly conducting medium between them. The capacitor

was initially charged and then disconnected from a voltage source.

Neglecting the edge effects, show that there is no magnetic field

between capacitor plates.

3.349. A parallel-plate air condenser whose each plate has an

area S = 100 cm 2 is connected in series to an ac circuit. Find the

electric field strength amplitude in the capacitor if the sinusoidal

current amplitude in lead wires is equal to /m. = 1.0 mA and the

current frequency equals co = 1.6-10 7 s-1.

3.350. The space between the electrodes of a parallel-plate capa-

citor is filled with a uniform poorly conducting medium of conducti-

vity a and permittivity a. The capacitor plates shaped as round discs

are separated by a distance d. Neglecting the edge effects, find the

magnetic field strength between the plates .at a distance r from their

axis if an ac voltage V = Vw, cos cot is applied to the capacitor.

3.351. A long straight solenoid has n turns per unit length. An

alternating current I = In, sin cot flows through it. Find the displace-

ment current density as a function of the distance r from the solenoid

axis. The cross-sectional radius of the solenoid equals R.

3.352. A point charge q moves with a non-relativistic velocity

v = const. Find the displacement current density j d at a point locat-

ed at a distance r from the charge on a straight line

(a) coinciding with the charge path;

(b) perpendicular to the path and passing through the charge.

3.353. A thin wire ring of radius a carrying a charge q approaches

the observation point P so that its centre moves rectilinearly with

a constant velocity v. The plane of the ring remains perpendicular

to the motion direction. At what distance xm, from the point P will

the ring be located at the moment when the displacement current

density at the point P becomes maximum? What is the magnitude of

this maximum density?

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