LESSON PLAN LP Rev. No: 00

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LESSON PLAN

LP Rev. No:

0
0

Date:

2.07.12

Page
1

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5

Sub

Code:

EE2202

Sub

Name:

Electromagnetic Theory

Unit

:

I






Branch

:

EEE



Semester

:
II
I

Unit syllabus:


1.
INTRODUCTION








9

Sour
ces and effects of electromagnetic fields


Vector fields


Different co
-
ordinate

systems


Vector calculus


Gradient, Divergence and Curl


Divergence theorem


Stoke’s theorem.


Objective

To important knowledge on sources and effects of electrostatics,
vector analysis and different
co
-
ordinate system.



Lectu
re

No

Topics to be covered

Time
Allocatio
n

(min)

Books
Referr
ed

Teaching
Method

1

Introduction to Electromagnetic fields
-
sources
and effects , vector analysis

5
0

1,3,4

BB

2

Different co
-
ordinate sy
stems
-
Cartesian


co
-
ordinate system(dl,ds,dv)

50

1,3,4

BB

3

Cylindrical Co
-
ordinate system

dl,dv,ds

50

1,3,4

BB

4

Spherical Co
-
ordinate system

dl , ds, dv

50

1,3,4

BB

5

Cartesian to cylindrical at different co ordinate
conversion

50

1,3,4

BB

6

Gradi
ent ,Divergence at different coordinate
system

50

1,3,4

BB

7

Curl at different co
-
ordinate system

50

1,3,4

BB

8

Divergence theorem

50

1,3,4

BB

9

Stroke’ theorem

50

1,3,4

BB

10

Tutorial Problems

Divergence & Stroke’
theorem

50

1,3,4




BB






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LESSON PLAN


LP Rev. No: 00


Date:
2.07.12

Page 2 of 5

Sub

Code
:

EE2202

Sub

Name:

Electromagnetic Theory

Unit

:

II
Branch

:

EEE
Semester

:
II
I

U
nit syllabus:


2
.
ELECTROSTATICS









12

Coulomb’s Law


electric
field intensity


Field due to point and continuous charges


Gauss’s law and its applications


electrical potential


Electric field and equipotential

plots


electric field in free space, conductors, dielectric


dielectric polarization.

Electric field
in multiple dielectrics


boundary conditions, Poisson’s and Laplace’s

equations


Capacitance


Energy density


Dielectric strength


Applications.



Objective

Concepts of electrostatics, electrical potential, energy density and their applications.


Lect
ure

No

Topics to be covered

Time
Allocatio
n

(min)

Books
Referr
ed

Teaching
Method

11

Introduction to Electrostatics , coulomb’s
law

Force between two charges, Problems

5
0

1
-
4

BB

12

Continuous and discrete charges
-

Electric
field intensity
-
Derivation

5
0

1
-
4

BB

13

‘E’ at point P of finite and infinite length of
conductor.

50

1
-
4

BB

14

‘E’ of surface charged disc, circular wire

50

1
-
4


15

Gauss law and its application

50

1
-
4

BB

16

Tutorial Problem

50

1
-
4

BB

17

Electric potential , V related problem at
different coordinates

5
0

1
-
4

BB

18

Equipotential plots

50

1
-
4

BB

19

Dielectric Polarization , Dielectric Strength

50

1
-
4

BB

20

Boundary condition of electric Field for
Different dielectrics

50

1
-
4

BB

21

Laplace’ and Possion’s equation


derivation
and

problems

50

1
-
4

BB

22

Capacitance

single spherical shell, two
spherical shells with multi dielectric
materials

50

1
-
4

BB

23

Energy , Energy density

problems

50

1
-
4

BB



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LESSON PLAN


LP Rev. No: 0
0


Da
te:
2.07.12


Page 3 of 5

Sub

Code:

EE2202

Sub

Name:

Electromagnetic Theory

Unit

:

III


Branch

:

EEE

Semester

:II
I

Unit syllabus:


3. MAGNETOSTATICS









9

Lorentz Law of force, magnetic field intensity


Biot


Sa
vart Law


Ampere’s Law


Magnetic field due to straight conductors, circular loop, infinite sheet of current


Magnetic flux density (B)


B in free space, conductor, magnetic materials.

Magnetization
-
Magnetic field in multiple media


Boundary conditions



Scalar and

vector potential


Magnetic force


Torque


Inductance


Energy density


Magnetic

circuits


Applications.



Objective
:

To important knowledge on concepts of magnetostatics , magnetic flux density, scalar and
vector potential
and its applications
.



Lecture

No

Topics to be covered

Time
Allocation

(min)

Books
Referred

Teaching
Method

24

Introduction to magnetostatics, Lorentz law
of force

5
0

1
-
4

BB

25

Derivation ‘H’, ‘B’ of finite and infinite
length of conductor using Biot
-
sa
vart law.


50

1
-
4

BB

26

Tutorial Problems

50

1
-
4

BB

27

Derivation of ‘H’ and ‘B’ due to infinite
sheet & Circular loop, Square loop etc

50

1
-
4

BB

28

Ampere’s law and applications

50

1
-
4

BB

29

Tutorial problems

50

1
-
4

BB

30

Boundary conditions of
magnetic field in
multiple media

50


1
-
4

BB

31

Vector and scalar potential

50

1
-
4

BB

32

Magnetic force and torque of rectangular
loop conductor for various current direction

50

1
-
4

BB

33

Tutorial problem
s

50

1
-
4

BB

34

Derivation of inductance


Transmi
ssion
lines ,self inductance

50

1
-
4

BB

35

Magnetic circuits and Energy density

50

1
-
4

BB

36

Tutorial problem
s

50

1
-
4

BB


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LESSON PLAN


LP Rev. No: 00


Date:
2.07.12

Page
4

of
5

Sub

Code
:

EE2202

Sub
Name:

Electromagnetic Theory

Unit

:

IV

Branch

:

EEE
Semester

:
II
I


Unit syllabus:

4.

Faraday’s law, induced emf


transformer and motional EMF, Maxwell’s equations

(differential and integral forms)
-

Displacement current


Applications


Relation

between field the
ory and circuit theory


Objective
:

To important knowledge on Faraday’s laws, Induced emf and their applications.


Lecture

No

Topics to be covered

Time
Allocation

(min)

Books
Referred

Teaching
Method

37

Introduction to Electrodynamics fields,
Faraday’s law

50

1,3,4

BB

38

Derivation

induced EMF , transformer and
motional EMF

50

1,3,4

BB

39

Tutorial problem
s

50

1,3,4

BB

40

Forces and Energy in quasi
-
stationary
Electromagnetic fields

50

1,3,4

BB

41

Tutorial problem
s

50

1,3,4

BB

42

Maxwell’s Equation

Dif
ferential form


50

1,3,4

BB

43

Maxwell’s Equation
-

integral form

50

1,3,4

BB

44

Current, current density ,displacement and
conduction current

50

1,3,4

BB

45

Tutorial problem
s

50


BB

46

Relation Between Field theory and circuit
theory

50

1,3,4

BB

47

Tu
torial problem
s

50

1,3,4

BB



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LESSON PLAN


LP Rev. No: 0
0


Date:
2.07.12

Page
5

of
5

Sub

Code:

EE2202

Sub
Name:

Electromagnetic Theory

Unit

:

V
Branch

:

EEE
Semester

:
II
I


Unit syllabus:

5.

ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES








9

Generation


electromagnetic

wave equations


Wave parameters; velocity, intrinsic

impedance, propagation constant


Waves in free space, lossy and lossless

dielectrics, conductors


skin depth,
Poynting vector


Plane wave reflection and

refraction
-

Applications


Objective
:

To Important Knowledge on concepts of Electromagnetic waves and pointing vector.


Lecture

No

Topics to be covered

Time
Allocation

(min)

Books
Referred

Teaching
Method

48

Int
roduction to Electromagnetic Waves

50

3,5

BB

49

Derivation of Electromagnetic Wave
Equation for different medium

polar form

50

3,5

BB

50

Derivation of Electro Magnetic Wave
equation for different medium

general form

50

3,5

BB

51

Wave parameters and De
rivation

50

3,5

BB

52

Wave Parameters and related problems

50

3,5

BB

53

Wave equation in different medium

50

3,5

BB

54

Tutorial problem
s

50


BB

55

Skin depth of conductors, Poynting vector
and poyntiong theorem

50

3,5

BB

56

Plane Wave Reflection and r
efraction

50

3,5

BB

57

Transmission lines, line equation , Input
impedances

50

3,5

BB

58

Standing wave radio and power

50

3,5

BB

59

Tutorial problem

50

3,5

BB



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TEXT BOOKS:

1 Matthew. N.O. Sadiku, “Elements of Electromagnetics”, Fourth Edition, Oxford

University Press, First Indian Edition 2007.

2. Ashutosh Pramanik, “Electromagnetism


theory and application,” Prentice Hall

of

India Private Ltd., New Delhi, 2006.

REFERENCES:

1. William H.Hayt Jr. and John A Buck “Engineering Electromagnetics”, Seventh

Edition, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd., New Delhi, 2006.

2. J.A.Edminister, Schaum’s Outlines “Theory and problems of Electromagnetics”,

Tata Mc Graw hill, Second Edi
tion, Special Indian Edition 2006.

3. Guru and Hiziroghu “Electromagnetic field theory fundamentals”, Thomson Asia

Pvt. Ltd., 1998.

4. John D Kraus, Daniel A Fleisch “Electromagenetics with Applications”, Tata




Prepared by

Approved by

Signature



Name

Ms S.Sumalatha

Mr.S.Sudharsanam

Dr.KR.Santha


Designation

AP
/EE

Prof &
HOD

/ EE

Date

2.07.12

2.07.12