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					                     EEU 202: APPLIED ELECTROMAGNETICS

                                                                                          S4 Core

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Objective and level of course: Acquiring fair knowledge about the theory and problems
of electromagnetics.

Prerequisite: NIL



Module-1:                                                                            (10 hours)

Co-ordinate transformation - vector fields - Divergence theorem – Stoke’s Theorem -
static electric field - electric flux – Gauss’s law - electric scalar potential - electric dipole
moment – electric field due to line charge, point charge and surface charge- method of
images.

Module-2:                                                                            (10 hours)

Electric field polarization - condition at boundary between dielectrics- capacitance of
isolated sphere - capacitance between co-axial cylinder - capacitance between parallel
wires - energy density in static field - solution of Laplace and Poisson’s equation in
electrostatics.

Module-3:                                                                             (10 hours)

Magnetic field - steady magnetic field - conduction current - conduction current density -
Biot-Savart’s law and Ampere’s law - vector potential concept of inductance - inductance
of solenoid - toroid concept of resistance - magnetic moment - torque on a loop -
transmission lines - electromagnetic induction – Faraday’s law- Continuity equation -
displacement current – Maxwell’s equation.

Module-4:                                                                             (12 hours)

Plane waves - Poynting vector and Poynting’s theorem - solutions for free space
condition - wave equation for a conducting medium - wave polarization - linear - elliptic
and circular polarization-wave equation on transmission line - co-axial and two wire
transmission lines- characteristic impedance - reflection coefficient - standing wave ratio.
Text Books:

1: Kraus J.D, Electromagnetics, McGraw Hill 3,1999.
2: Sadiku M.N.O, Elements of Electromagnetics, Addison Wesley 3, 2002.
3: Cheng D.K, Field and Wave Electromagnetics, Addison Wesley3, 2002.


Reference books:

1: Nannapaneni Narayana Rao, Elements of Engineering Electromagnetics, Prentice
    Hall 5, 2002.
2: Hayt W.H, Engineering Electromagnetics, McGraw Hill 6, 2002.
3: Nasar.S.A, 2000 Solved Problems in Electromagnetics , McGraw Hill,1992.

				
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