# Electromagnetics

• Electronics & Communications Engineering |

#### Description

Review of vector analysis, electromagnetic fields: Coulombs law, electric field and flux density, Gauss?s law, electric potential, conductors and semi ?conductors, dielectric and capacitance, polarization, magnetic field and flux density, Biot Savart law, Ampere?s law, magnetic potential. Maxwell?s equations, and magnetization vectors, analogy between electrostatics and magnetostatic, boundary conditions.

#### Program

Bachelor in Electronics and Communications Engineering

#### Objectives

• Concise treatment of vector analysis. Analysis of electrostatic field due to different forms of electric charges. Studying of moving charges, conductor, semiconductor and dielectric. Analysis of magnetostatic field due to different forms of current element.

#### Textbook

Data will be available soon!

#### Course Content

content serial Description
1Vector analysis â€œScalars and vectors, Vector algebra, The Cartesian coordinatesystems, different types of vector product, Vector components and rnunit vectors,â€.
2Coulomb?s law and electric field intensity ?The experimental law of Coulomb, electric field intensity?
3Electric field intensity for some sources of charge ?Electric field intensity of line charge, Electric field intensity of surface charge?
4Electric flux density, Gauss?s law and divergence ?Electric flux density, Gauss?s law, Application of Gauss?s law, Divergence law, Divergence theorem
5Energy and potential ? Energy expended in moving a point charge in an electric field, Definition of potential differences and potential, The potential field of a point charge , The potential field of a system of charges, Energy density in the electrostatic field?
6Conductors and Semiconductors ? Current and current density, Metallic conductors, Conductor properties and Boundary conditions, Advantages of semiconductors
77th Week Exam
8Dielectric and capacitance? The nature of dielectric materials, Polarization, Boundary conditions for perfect dielectric materials, Capacitance?
9The steady magnetic field ?Biot-Savart law, Ampere?s circuital law, Curl, Stocke?s theorem?
10Magnetic flux and magnetic field â€ Determination of the steady magnetic field for different current elements, The scalar and vector magnetic potentials,â€.
11Magnetic forces ?Force on a moving charge, Force on a differential current element, Force between differential current elements?
1212th Week Exam
13Magnetic materials â€œThe nature of magnetic materials, Magnetization, Magnetic boundary conditions, Potential energy and forces on magnetic materials,â€.
14Time-varying fieldsâ€ Faradayâ€Ÿs law, Displacement current, Maxwellâ€Ÿs equations, The retarded potential, The magnetic circuit, Inductance,â€.
15Revision ?Overall course revision?
16Final Examination

#### Markets and Career

• Generation, transmission, distribution and utilization of electrical power for public and private sectors to secure both continuous and emergency demands.
• Electrical power feeding for civil and military marine and aviation utilities.
• Electrical works in construction engineering.