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help me these problems of electromagnetic field

Discussion in 'Mathematics and Physics' started by beginer electroner, Dec 6, 2006.

  1. beginer electroner

    beginer electroner New Member

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    please I need a help in a hurry,
    could any one help me in solving these problems or some of it
    I would be thankfull to you because I realy need it
     
  2. HarveyH42

    HarveyH42 Banned

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    What problems?
     
  3. beginer electroner

    beginer electroner New Member

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    i am sorry
    mistakely i forget to attach the file
    i'll atach it as soon as i can
     
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  5. Papabravo

    Papabravo Well-Known Member

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    Knock yourself out with a magnet...so to speak.
     
  6. beginer electroner

    beginer electroner New Member

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    this is the problem which i really need to solve it.
    could any one help me , please hurry up
    the problem is:
    A complete description of the ellipse of polarization that includes the orientation, sense of revolution, and ellipticity [see (1.5-13)] can all be expressed in terms of δ and ψ. The right-handed elliptical polarization states are in the lower half of the plane, whereas the left-handed elliptical polarization states are in the upper half of the complex plane. The origin corresponds to a linear polarization state with direction of oscillation parallel to the x axis. Thus, each point on the complex plane represents a unique polarization state. Each point on the x axis represents a linearly polarized state with different azimuth angles of oscillation. Only two points (0, ± 1) correspond to circularly polarized states. Each point of the rest of the complex plane corresponds to a unique elliptical polarization state.
    The inclination angle φ and the ellipticity angle 0 (0 tan -1 l ) of the polarization ellipse correspond to a given number x are given by
    (the attatchment file)
     

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  7. Turk2045

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    Sorry Im not drawn to the answer right now .
    LOL...
     
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    Sorry but the ellipse of polarization is just a wee bit beyond where I stopped.
     
  9. dknguyen

    dknguyen Well-Known Member

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    That's what profs, TAs, friends, profs other than your own, textbooks, listening in class, your class notes...
     

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