Name of Lecturer s Assist. Electrostatiscs: electric field, Gauss law, electric potential, work and energy, conductors. Potential calculation techniques: Laplace equation, separation of variables method, multipole expansion. Basic Integral Theorems.
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Information on the Instituion. Degree Programs. General Information For Stundents. No Learning Outcomes 1 Work with vector algebra and vector differential operators 2 Calculate electrostatic field, force and potential 3 Calculate the electrostatic fields in conductors and dielectric materials 4 Calculate magnetostatic field and force 5 Solve the problems related to magnetostatic fields in magnetic materials 6 Solve the problems related to electromagnetic fields using Faraday and Ampere Laws.
Fatih Sultan Mehmet Vakif University. Course Information. Language of Instruction. Level of Course Unit. Electrical Electronics Engineering. Mode of Delivery. Face to Face. Type of Course Unit. Objectives of the Course. To teach the fundamentals of electromagnetic field theory, electrostatic fields, magnetostatic fields, time varying fields.
Course Content. Vector analysis, vectorial differential operators, static electric field, electric potential, electrostatic field analysis in conductors and dielectric media, electrostatic energy, electrostatic boundary conditions, magnetostatic field, vector potential, magnetic circuits, magnetic energy, magnetostatik boundary conditions, quasi-static fields, time varying fields and Maxwell equations.
Prerequisites and co-requisities. Course Coordinator. Name of Lecturers. Associate Prof. Work Placement s. Recommended or Required Reading. Lecturer course notes. Cheng, Field Wave Electromagnetics.
Course Category. Mathematics and Basic Sciences. Engineering Design. Social Sciences. Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods. Activities are given in detail in the section of "Assessment Methods and Criteria" and "Workload Calculation". Assessment Methods and Criteria. Final examination. Hours for off-the-c. Total Work Load. Course Learning Outcomes: Upon the successful completion of this course, students will be able to:.
No Learning Outcomes 1. Solve the problems related to electromagnetic fields using Faraday and Ampere Laws. Weekly Detailed Course Contents. Week Topics Study Materials Materials 1. Fundamental vector calculus, coordinate systems. Differential operators, gradient, divergence, and curl, Gauss and Stokes theorems. Electrostatic field in free space, field lines, electrostatic potential and work.
Gauss and Poisson laws, electrostatic fields in materials. Polarization concept, dielectrics and conductors, boundary conditions. Image method, capacity and capacitors, electrostatic energy density.
Static magnetic field in free space, Lorentz force and Biot-Savart law. Vector potential and fundamental equations of static magnetic fields. Magnetostatic in materials, boundary conditions. Magnetic circuits. Maxwell's equations and fundamentals of electrodynamics. Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Programme Outcomes.
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Welcome, Guest. Return to Faculty. To teach the fundamentals of electromagnetic field theory 2. To teach electrostatic fields 3. To teach magnetostatic fields 4. To teach time varying fields Course Description Vector analysis, vectorial differential operators, static electric field, electric potential, electrostatic field analysis in conductors and dielectric media, electrostatic energy, electrostatic boundary conditions, magnetostatic field, vector potential, magnetic circuits, magnetic energy, magnetostatik boundary conditions, quasi-static fields, time varying fields and Maxwell equations Course Outcomes Students who pass the course will be able to: I. Work with vector algebra and vector differential operators II.