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16 Exercise Sets

Electricity & Magnetism
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Calculating the magnetic field with the Biot-Savart Law

Beyond the First Year Electricity & Magnetism

Developed by J. D. McDonnell

Programming Languages: IPython/Jupyter Notebook and Fortran

Charges in a conductor and Gauss's Law

First Year and Beyond the First Year Electricity & Magnetism

Developed by Larry Engelhardt

Programming Languages: Easy Java Simulations, Glowscript, and IPython/Jupyter Notebook

Electric Dipole in an Uniform Field

First Year Electricity & Magnetism

Developed by David Urminsky

Programming Language: IPython/Jupyter Notebook

Electric Field Due to a Uniformly Charged Ring

First Year Electricity & Magnetism

Developed by A. Titus

Programming Language: IPython/Jupyter Notebook

Electric Field Due to a Uniformly Charged Rod

First Year and Beyond the First Year Electricity & Magnetism

Developed by A. Titus

Programming Language: IPython/Jupyter Notebook

Equipotentials and Electric Field Lines: Collections of Point Charges and the Method of Images

First Year and Beyond the First Year Electricity & Magnetism

Developed by J. D. McDonnell

Programming Language: IPython/Jupyter Notebook

Motion of a Charged Particle in a Magnetic Field

Beyond the First Year Electricity & Magnetism

Developed by J. D. McDonnell

Programming Languages: IPython/Jupyter Notebook and Easy Java Simulations

Solving systems of linear equations: resistor networks

First Year and Beyond the First Year Electricity & Magnetism

Developed by E. Ayars

Programming Languages: Python, Easy Java Simulations, and Mathematica

The Wien (E x B) Filter

First Year and Beyond the First Year Electricity & Magnetism

Developed by E. Behringer

Programming Languages: Python and Easy Java Simulations

Separation of Variables in Cartesian Coordinates

Beyond the First Year Electricity & Magnetism and Mathematical/Numerical Methods

Developed by J. D. McDonnell

Programming Language: IPython/Jupyter Notebook

Separation of Variables in Spherical Coordinates

Beyond the First Year Electricity & Magnetism and Mathematical/Numerical Methods

Developed by J. D. McDonnell----

Programming Language: IPython/Jupyter Notebook



Submitted exercise sets

The following exercise sets have been submitted for peer review, but they have not yet been accepted for publication in the PICUP collection.

Charging/Discharging RC circuits

High School and First Year Electricity & Magnetism

Developed by Chris Orban

Specialized Programming Language: Javascript

Ready for Review

Magnetic deflection (a.k.a. Magnetic Spectrometer)

High School and First Year Electricity & Magnetism

Developed by Chris Orban

Programming Language: Javascript

Ready for Review

Particle Accelerator!

High School and First Year Electricity & Magnetism

Developed by Chris Orban

Programming Language: Javascript

Ready for Review

Repulsion between two point charges (with application to fusion!)

High School and First Year Electricity & Magnetism

Developed by Chris Orban

Programming Language: Javascript

Ready for Review

Chargesweeper (similar to Minesweeper)

First Year Electricity & Magnetism

Developed by Deva O'Neil

Programming Language: Glowscript

Ready for Review