EE207

Electromagnetics I

 

Catalog Data

Electromagnetics I

(3𢠥)3 credits

      Vector analysis. Electrostatic fields. Magnetostatic fields. Solution of Laplace抯 and Poisson抯 equations. Faraday抯 law and applications. 

Pre-requisites: Phys 103, Math 201 and Math 203

 

Textbook

  1. M. Sadiku, "Elements of Electromagnetics," Oxford Univ. Press

 

Reference

1. M. Iskandar, "Electromagnetic fields and Waves," Prentice-Hall
2. C. Jonk, "Engineering Electromagnetic Fields and Waves," John-Wiley
3. K. Siwiak, "Radiowave Propagation and Antennas for Personal Communications," Artech House
4. A. Fuller, "Engineering Electromagnetism," John-Wiley.
5. S. Liao, "Engineering Applications of Electromagnetic Theory," St. Paul West Publishing Company

 

Coordinator

Prof. Mohammed Saleh Al Salameh

 

Course Objectives

  1. To Understand the basic principles of electrostatic fields

  2. To Understand the basic principles of magnetostatic fields

 

  1. Solve differential equations related to static electromagnetics

 

  1. Apply Faraday抯 law for various applications

 

Pre-Requisites by Topic

1.Coordinate systems and vector operations, differential equations, Contour integrals, surface and volume integrals, Concept of electric charge, electric field, magnetic field, electric current, capacitance, inductance, resistance, conductance.

 

Topics

Introduction

1 Hr

 

Vector analysis, orthogonal coordinate systems 4 Hrs

 

The Static electric field, Coulomb抯 law, electric flux density, Gauss抯 law, electrostatic energy, capacitance calculations 8 Hrs

 

Steady electric currents, resistance calculations 4 Hrs

 

Solutions of electrostatic problems, Poisson抯 and Laplace抯 equations. 6 Hrs

 

Static magnetic fields, Biot Savart抯 law, Ampere抯 law, scalar and vector magnetic potentials 8 Hrs

 

Magnetic forces, materials and inductance calculations 5 Hrs

 

Faraday抯 law and applications 5 Hrs

 

   

 

   

 

   

 

Computer Usage

Matlab

 

Estimated Content

Engineering Science

2.0 Credits

Engineering Design

1.0 Credits