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University of Salahaddin

College of Science

Department of Physics





Course Book



Electromagnetic
Theory




Undergraduate Degree

\

fourth stage

Academics Year: 2010


2011






Assistance Lecture; Dilshad Salah Ismaiel

M
.S
c.

in plasma physic

Email:
dlshad_physic@yahoo.com

Mobile: ___________









Course Objective
:



This lecture notes covers the principal elements of
classical electromagnetic theory.

At
the
beginning

of the semester
,

I will give them some
su
bjects as
a

back ground for remembering the principle
and
the
requirement
as a gate for

our

ma
jor

subjects including(Vectors analysis,
Coordinate System, (Divergence+ curl) Theorem, Stokes’s
Theorem, Electrostatic field, Coulomb’s
Force, Electric Field
Intensity, Charge Distribution, The Electric Potential, Electric Flux,
Gauss’s Law
).

After the students get ready, I will start to give them the new
subjects including (Maxwell’s Eq., Poisson’s and Laplace Eq. in
different coordinate
, Electrostatic Dipole, Conductor,
semiconductor, Dielectric & Capacitance, Boundary Condition
between media
, The

Steady Magnetic Field, The Biot
-
Savart Law,

Time Varying Fields and Maxwell’s Eq
.,

Faraday Law,
Propagation
of
Electromagnetic

Wave and
(
Elect
ric & Magnetic
Energy Density
)

….)
which employ the requirement for this stage.


Forms of Teaching
:


In o
r
der to reach the objective of the lectures
I
will
use a
Different forms of
teaching,

by using

power point or over
head
,

show
ing

the major point and part
s

of lecture
s

notes
, besides
this employing

the classic method
(w
h
it
e

board

or black bo
a
rd) to
show the
detail
s

and make a space for
discussion

with student ab
o
ut
the
su
bject
.

Enhancing

the
student
,

by giving them home wor
k and
examples
after each su
bject
.




Grading:


The student are required to do two closed
book
exam at
the mid (through) of the semester besides other assignments
including
quizs
. The exam has 25 marks, the attendance, classroom
activities;
Quiz count 15 marks. There will be a final exam on 60
marks, So that the final grade will be based up on the following
criteria.

Mid
-
semester exam: 25%

Classroom participation and assignments 15%

Final exam: 60%

Constructive classroom participation, submi
tting assignments, and
attending class will be evalu
ated by the lecturer over the semester
and used in borderline cases to determine the final grade.

Course material:


Required book:


1
-

Electromagnetic Fields and Waves, Second Edition,

Paul Lorrain and Dale Corson.

2
-

Foundation of Electromagnetic Theory, 2
nd

Edition,
John R.Reitz and Frederick J. Milford.

3
-

Engineering Electromagnetics, Sixth Edition,

William H. Hayt, Jr. John A. Buck.

4
-

Sehoum’s out Line Series Theory and Problems of
“Electromagnetic”, Joseph.A.Adminster.



Syllabus:


Chapter1: Vector Analysis

Chapter2:

Coulomb's
Law, Electric

Field Intensity


Electric Flux Intensit
y, Gaussian Law

Chapter3: Energy and Potential

Chapter4:

Conductors, Semiconductors, Dielectrics, Capacitance

Chapter5: Poisson
'
s and Laplace’s Equation

Chapter6:

The Study Magnetic Fields

Chapter7: Magnetic Forces, Material and Inductance.

Chapter8: Time
-
Varying Fields and Maxwell's Equations

Chapter9: The Uniform Plane Wave and Wave Equation

Chapter 10: Propagation of Electromagnetic Waves in Different



Media






Course program:



In each week there
are

t
wo
lectures,

the first is


two

hour
s and the other is one hour.


S
ubject

W
eek

Scalars and Vectors, Vector Algebra, Coordinate System, Operation on
Vector

1

(Divergence+ curl) Theorem, (Curl+ Stokes’s)Theorem

2

Laplace Equat
ion, Problems, Electrostatic field, Coulomb’s Force, Electric
Field Intensity

3

Charge Distribution, Standard Charge Distribution
, The Electric Potential

4

The Electric Potential, Electric Flux, Gauss’s Law

5

Maxwell’s First Eq. , Energy Distribution
in Electrostatic Field

6

Example, Poisson’s and Laplace Eq.

7

Poisson’s and Laplace Eq. in (Cartesian & Cylindrical)coordinate

8

Example, Poisson’s and Laplace Eq. in spherical coordinate

9

Examples
, Electrostatic Dipole

10

(Conductor, Dielectric &
Capacitance),(Current &Current Density)

11

Continuity of Current, Conductor Property &Boundary Eq.

12

Conductor
-
Free Space Boundaries, Dielectric Materials

1
3

Example, Boundary Condition For Perfect Dielectric

1
4

Interface Between Dielectric & Condu
ctor

1
5

Capacitor(Parallel Plates , Multiple Dielectric Capacitor )

1
6

Example, Capacitor of tow Coaxial Cylinder, Capacitor of two Parallel
Wires

1
7

Examples

1
8

The Steady Magnetic Field, The Biot
-
Savart Law

19

Magnetic Intensity, Ampere’s Law,

Magnetic(Flux & Flux Density)

20

Time Varying Field, The Scalar and Vector Magnetic Field

21

Time Varying Fields and Maxwell’s Eq. , Faraday Law (part1)

22

Time Varying Fields and Maxwell’s Eq. , Faraday Law (part2)

23

Non Homogenous Wave Eq. For
E & D, Plane Electromagnetic Wave in
Infinite Medi
a
, Propagation of Electromagnetic Wave in Different

Media


24

Pointing Vector (E×H), Propagation of Electromagnetic Wave in

Non
Conductor, Propagation
in
Lousy

Dielectric

Conductor
s”

25

Propagation of P
lane Wave in Conductor Media


Lousy

Conductor
s


26

Propagation of Long Plane Electromagnetic Wave in Good Conductor

27

Propagation of Electromagnetic Wave in Low
Pressure

Ionized Gas

28

The conductivity of An Ionized Gas

29

Electric & Magnetic Energy
Density

30

10



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2010