ELE2102 Electromagnetismx

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ELE2102 Electromagnetism


Course

description

Electro
m
agnetic

interactions

play

a

central

role

in

d
e
ter
m
ining

the

structure

of

the

natural

world

and

are
the

foundation

of

m
o
st

current

and

e
m
ergent

techno
l
og
y
,

therefore

a

basic

understanding

of

electricity
and

m
agnetism

(E&M)

is

i
m
portant.

In

this

course

the

student

is

quickly

introduced

to

a

world

in

which
al
m
o
st

all

of

the

quantities

are

invisible;

they

are

either

m
icroscopic

such

as

electrons

or

abstractions
such

as

field,

flux,

and

potential.

Integral

calcul
u
s

beco
m
es

a

central

m
athe
m
atical

tool,

and

students

are

asked

to

apply

it

in

unfa
m
iliar

wa
y
s,

such

as

calculating

the

path

integral

or

surface

integral

of

a
quantity

expressed

as

a

vector

dot

product.


Course

objectives

1
.

This

course

ai
m
s

at

giving

the

funda
m
entals

of

Electricity

and

Magnetism

by

introducing

the

basic
concepts

and

applications

of

vector

calculus.

2
.

It

ai
m
s

to

attach

quantitative

m
eaning

to

the

previously

qualitatively

studied

laws

in

this

topic.



Course

Content

Vector

Algebra




Definitions:

Scalars,

Vectors,

Unit

Vector,

and

Di
m
ensionality




Operations

on

Vectors:

Addition,

Subtraction,

Multiplication,

Dot

and

Cross

Products




Position

and

Distance

vectors

Vector

Analysis




Scalar

and

Vector

Fields




Classification

of

vector

fields




Scalar

and

Vector

Functions




Directional

Derivatives

of

Scalar

Funct
i
ons

and

Derivatives

of

Vector

Functions




Gradient,

Divergence,

Curl

and

Laplacian

of

Vector

Functions




Ph
y
sical

Interpretation

of

the

Divergence

and

the

Curl

of

a

Vector

Field




Green

s

theore
m
,

Line

Integrals

Indep
e
ndent

of

Path,

Exact

Differential

For
m
s




Differential

length,

Area

and

Volu
m
e;

Line,

surface

and

Volu
m
e

integrals




Coordinate

s
y
ste
m
s

and

Transfor
m
ation:

Cartesian;

C
y
lindrical;

Spherical

coordinate

Electrostatic

Fields




Coulo
m
b’s

Law

&

Field

Intensity




Electric

Field

due

to

Continuous

Charge

Distribution




Electric

flux

density




Gauss’

Law
-
Maxwell

Equation




Electric

potential




Relationship

between

E

and

V




Energy

stored

in

Electric

field

Electrodynamics




Electric

current,

m
agnetic

fields,

and

attractive/repulsive

m
agnetic

forces




Magnetic

fields

and

circuits




Translational

transducers

and

principles

of

electro
-
m
echanics




Generators,

m
o
tors,

and

transfor
m
ers


Learning

Outco
m
es

The

course

participant

is

able

to

attach

quantitative
m
eaning

to

the

basic

laws

of

Electricity

and
Magnetis
m
, and

also

able

to

give

dail
y
-
life analog
i
es to

the

concepts

studied.

The

student

applies

the
electricity

and

m
agnetism

laws

stud
i
ed

to

explain

real

situations.


Methods

of

delivery



Modes

of

Assess
m
ent



Reference

Materials

1
.

Matthew

N.O.

Sadiku,

Elements

of

Electromagnetic
s
,

3rd

ed.,Oxford

University

Press,

2001

2
.

Sears

F.,

Ze
m
ansky

M.,

Young

H.,

Electricity,
M
agnetism

and

Optic
s
.

3
.

Murray

R

Spiegel,

Theory

and

Problems

of

Vector

Analysi
s
,

SI

(Metric)

ed.,

McGraw

Hill

4
.

William

H.

Ha
y
t,

Jr.,

Engineering

Electromagnetic
s
,

5th

ed.,

Tata

McGraw
-
Hill,

New

Delhi,

1997


Require
m
ents


Hours

per

Se
m
ester

W
eighted

T
o
tal

Mark

W
eighted

Exam

Mark

W
eighted

C
on
ti
nuous

Assess
m
ent Mark

Cre
d
it

U
n
its

LH

PH

TH

CH

W
TM

W
EM

W
CM

CU

45

00

30

60

100

60

40

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