ELE 351 Syllabus Fall 2004 Electromagnetic Fields Brian Hodgkin

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ELE 351 Syllabus

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Fall 2004

Electromagnetic Fields


Brian Hodgkin


Course Goals

Students will learn scientific, mathematical and engineering principles that enable them
to understand forces, fields,
and
waves; know how devices work that use those principles
and phenomena; and be familiar with the historical context in wh
ich development of
knowledge and devices occurred.



Course Learning
Outcomes
: Students will:



Describe and
analyze
distributed
systems

such as transmission lines

and fields

BP3



S
tate several laws and principles of electric, magnetic, and electromagnetic fi
elds

BP2




Use vector calculus and other mathematics to describe electromagnetic phenomena

BP1



Name principal personages and describe the phenomena they discovered and/or the
mathematics and/or reasoning they used.



S
olve problems in electrostatic, magnetost
atic, and electromagnetic fields

BP4



Describe

the principles of operation of several electrical, magnetic, and
electromagnetic devices

BP3


Textbook:

Fundamentals of Applied

Electomagnetics
,
5
th

Ed., F.T. Ulaby, Pearson
Prentice Hall, 2007.


Details

Class
meets:

Mon/Wed 11:00

a.m.
-
12:15 p.m.
,
151

John Mitchell Center

Instructor:

Brian Hodgkin, Professor of Electrical Engineering

Office:


131

John Mitchell Center

Office hours:

Mon/Wed 10
-
11 a.m.

Otherwise, please make an appointment.

Telephone:

780
-
5582

Facs
imile:

780
-
5129

Email:


hodgkin@usm.maine.edu


Attendance

Students are expected to attend every class meeting for the entire class period. If you do
miss class, it is your responsibility to obtain announcements a
nd assignments.

Secret to success


Show up, on time, prepared.


Assessment

Homework (Papers and Problems) 20%

Three exams
6
0%

Final exam

2
0%


Academic Assistance

At any point in the semester, if you encounter difficulty with the course or feel you coul
d
be performing at a higher level, consult with me.

Academic support for Students with Disabilities


Students who may need assistance due
to a disability are encouraged to contact the Office of Academic Support for Students
ELE 351 Syllabus

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Fall 2004

Electromagnetic Fields


Brian Hodgkin

with Disabilities, located in L
uther Bonney 242. Phone number 780
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4706: TTY 780
-
4395.