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Philadelphia University

Electrical

Engineering Department

Faculty of Engineer
ing

First Semester 201
2
/201
3


Course Syllabus for
Electromagnetic I

(page
1

of 2)

Dr.
Audih al Faoury

Course Syllabus

Course Title

Electromagnetic I

Course Number

0
6
10213

Course Level

Second

year

Class Time

1
1
.10


1
2
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Instructor

Dr.
Audih al Faoury

email

audihalfaoury@
gmail.com

website

http://www.philadelphia.edu.jo/academics/afaoury/

Prerequisites

Engineering Analysis 1

(
0
6
50260
)
&
Basis of engineering analysis

(0650163)

Office Hours

Hours:
11
.00

1
2
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4
.〰

1
5
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Text Book

Electromagnetic By John. D. Kraus,

McGraw
-
Hill, Inc.
F
ourth

Edition
-

ISBN 0
-
07
-
11
2666
-
x

Course Description
:

To introduce the basic elements of electromagnetic needed in the understanding of electricity and
magnetism.


Course Objectives:

At completing this module the student should be able to:

1
-

Understand the basic vectors and
calculus used in describing the field theory.

2
-

Understand the basic principles of dielectric and ferromagnetic materials.

3
-

Understand the basic principles of electric and magnetic fields.

4
-

Introduced time changing electric and magnetic field.


Co
urse
Academic Calenda
r

Week

Subject

Notes

Oct 10

Electromagnetic mathematical tools:
Vectors, Line and Surface
integral, Introduction to three coordinate system

Class Notes

Oct 17

The static electric field and Charged particles electric field:
Coulomb’s

law, Electric field intensity, Potential differences
.



Oct 24


Electric flux and Maxwell equation, Capacitance and Capacitors
.


Quiz 1

Oct 31

The static electric field in dielectrics:
Electric dipoles, Polarization,
Ca
pacitors with dielectric and energy density
.


Nov 7

Coaxial TL, Poisson’s and Laplace’s equation.


Nov 14

The steady electric field and electric current: :
Current density

,conductivity and resistivity.


Nov 21

Dielectric ,Conductor and semiconductor, E
lectromotive forces

EXAM I (Nov 22
-
30)

Nov 28

The static magnetic field of steady electric currents :
Biotsavart
law, Forces between conductors.

Class Notes

Dec 5

Magnetic flux and magnetic m
oment, Solenoid, Inductor and Inductance,
Magnetic fieldl.



Dec 12

Conductors and charged particles moving in static magnetic
field
: Charge moving in static magnetic field, Rotary motor

Quiz 2

Dec 19

Hall
-
Effect generator, Mo
ving conductor in static magnetic field, Generator


Dec 26

The static magnetic field of ferromagnetic materials:
Torque,
Permeability, Magnetic Dipoles and magnetization ,energy in inductor

EXAM II Dec (22
-
30)

Jan 2

Magnetization curves, Reluctance and P
ermeance ,Capless circuit
,Magnetic circuit with air gap

Quiz3

Jan 9

The changing electric and magnetic fields:
Faraday’s law, moving
conductor in magnetic field
,

Self and mutual inductance
.

Report

Jan 16

Electromagnetic

Applications

and review


Class No
tes

Jan 23

FINAL EXAMS (Jan 23


Feb 1)


Philadelphia University

Electrical

Engineering Department

Faculty of Engineer
ing

First Semester 201
2
/201
3


Course Syllabus for
Electromagnetic I

(page
2

of 2)

Dr.
Audih al Faoury

Assessment Instruments


Evaluation of s
tudents
’ performance
(final grade)
will be based on the following

three cat
e
gories
:



Exams
. T
wo in
-
class exams will be given. Each will cover about 6
-
weeks of lectures



Report
.


One report at least
will be handed to the students. The
report will

ask the
students to
solve, derivate, and

build a
relation of electrostatic and magnetic fields
.
Students will be evaluated according to their
analytical thinking
.



Final Exam
: The final e
xam will cover all the class material.


Allocation of Marks

Exam I

15%

Exam II

15%

Quiz

20%

Final Exam

50%


Other class work will include:



Quizzes
.
Three

10
-
minute quizzes will be given to the students throughout the semester.
These quizzes will cove
r material discussed during the previous week of lectures. The
quizzes will

be used as bonus points (
added to the exams
’ grades
) to help the students
with their grade.



Homework
:

Homework will

be assigned to the students (one before each exam). The
homework

will not be graded nor collected by the instructor. However, students are
encouraged to do the homework and discuss their results with the instructor in order to
better understand the course and be prepared for the exam
s
.


References:


Books


1


W.H.Ha
yt, J.A.Buck. “Engineering Electromagnetisms “. McGraw
-
Hill International, Sixth Edition, 2001.


2


Nannapanen N. Rao” Element of Engineering Electromagnetics” Pearson Prentice Hall, Sixth
Edition 2004


Websites



http://www.philadelphia.edu.jo/academic
s/afaoury