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University of Management & Technology School of Science & Technology Department of Electrical Engineering EE 310 Electromagnetic Theory

Lecture Schedule Pre-requisite Mon, Wed 10:40–12:00 (Sec A1) Tues, Thurs 10:40–12:00 (Sec B2 & C3) Semester Spring 2011

MA-230 Differential Equations Jawwad Nasar Chattha1 Khaqan Majeed2 Muhammad Ali Murtaza3 (Sec A) (Sec B) (Sec C)

Credit Hours

3 Jawwad.chattha@umt.edu.pk1 Khaqan.majeed@umt.edu.pk2 Ali.murtaza@umt.edu.pk3 Posted on respective office doors

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2nd Floor, Central Block, SST Campus1 1st Floor, Labs, SST Campus2,3

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Course Description

This course deals with the fundamental concepts of electromagnetic theory. The emphasis is made on physical understanding and practical applications in Electrical systems. It covers the study of Electric field concepts, Gauss’s Law, Divergence, energy and potential, current in conductors, dielectrics, capacitance, Laplace and Poisson’s equations, steady magnetic field and study of laws like Bio-Savart Law, ampere’s circuital law, magnetic forces, materials and inductance, time varying fields and Maxwell’s equations. In accordance with HEC recommended outcomes a, b , c, d and e following are the expected outcomes for this course Obtain a comprehensive understanding of fundamental concepts in static electric and magnetic fields. Know about fundamental laws of electromagnetic. Be familiar with different vector operators. Be able to apply Gauss’s law, Ampere’s law, Biot-Savart law, and Maxwell’s equations in electromagnetic systems. Be familiar with four Maxwell’s equations Be able to apply electromagnetic boundary conditions to solve for fields at different mediums.

Expected Outcomes

Recommended Text: Textbook(s)
Engineering Electromagnetics, 7th edition, by William H. Hayt and John A. Buck, McGraw Hill.

Reference:
Field and wave electromagnetics by David K. Cheng, 2nd ed

Grading Policy Course Website

Final Term: 50% Assignments: 10%

Mid Term: 25% Quizzes: 15%

https://sites.google.com/site/jawwadchattha/spring_2011/

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metallic conductors. force on a differential current element.1 21. scalar and vector magnetic potentials.1 – 5.30.8 TB: 3. retarded potentials TB: 8.1 – 4.14. Ampere’s law. energy density in electrostatic field Current density. 6. magnetic circuits.1 – 10.5.4 Vector algebra. Stoke’s theorem.6 7.1 – 1. derivation of steady magnetic field laws Force on a moving charge. maxwell’s equations in point form and integral form.7 TB: 9. nature of magnetic materials and 25. potential field of a point charge and system of charges. magnetic flux and flux density.10 TB: 10.1 – 2.32 Faraday’s law. continuity of current. Maxwell’s first equation.18 TB: 6. inductance and mutual inductance 29. method of images Midterm to be held on 9th April Saturday Time will be announced later Dielectric materials.10.12 13. perfect dielectric materials and boundary conditions. vector operator and divergence Energy expanded in moving a point charge.24 Biot-Savart law. cylindrical and spherical coordinate systems. Coulomb’s law.1 – 8.31.23.2.15 TB: 5. line integral.20 Derivation of Poisson’s and Laplace’s equations TB:7. Gauss’s law and applications.7 TB: 4. electric field due to different charge distributions.9 TB: 2. potential difference. boundary conditions.11.1 – 3.22. dipole.26. curl. capacitance and examples TB: 1.28 magnetic boundary conditions.3.27.7 19.1 – 6.5 .1 – 9. rectangular. force between differential current elements. displacement current. potential gradient.6 5.Topics to be covered: Lectures Topics Text Reading 1.17. Electric flux density. force and torque on a closed circuit.8 9.6 16.