# Electromagnetic - College of Science

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College of Science

Department of Physics

Course Book

Electromagnetic
Theory

\

Third

stage

2

201
3

Assistance Lecture;
Berewan Omar Jaffar

M
.S
c

physic

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
betw
een media
, The

-
Savart Law,

Time Varying Fields and Maxwell’s Eq
.,

Propagation
of
Electromagnetic

Wave and
(
Electric & 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
,

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 work and
examples
after each su
bject
.

The student are required to do two closed
book
exam at
the mid (through) of the semester besides other assignments
including
quiz’s
. The exam has 25 marks, the attendance,
classroom activities; Quiz count 15 marks. There will be a final
exam on 60 marks, S
o 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, submitting 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

5
-

Elements of Electromagnetics , international fifth edition,

Syllabus:

Chapter1: Vector Analysis

Chapter2:

Coulomb's
Law, Electric

Field Intensity

Electric Flux Intensity, 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

Course program:

In each week there
are

two
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 Equation
,

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 & Conductor

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