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Course Code ECE207 Course Category Course Title ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD THEORY Courses with numerical and conceptual focus Course Planner 16378::Avinash Rajoriya Lectures 3.0 Tutorials Practicals Credits 1.0 0.0 4.0

TextBooks Sr No T-1 Title Principles of Electromagnetics Reference Books Sr No R-1 R-2 Other Reading Sr No OR-1 OR-2 OR-3 Journals articles as Compulsary reading (specific articles, complete reference) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electromagnetism , http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/book/047173277X.01.pdf , http://llovesumi.tripod.com/menu.htm , Title Author Edition 5th 7th Year Publisher Name Prentice Hall Tata McGraw Hill Electromagnetic Waves and Radiating Edward C. Jordan Systems Engineering Electromagnetics William H.Hayt,Jr and John A.Buck Author Matthew N.O. Sadiku Edition 4th Year 2009 Publisher Name Oxford University Press, India

Relevant Websites Sr No RW-1 RW-2 RW-3 RW-4 RW-5 RW-6 RW-7 RW-8 (Web address) (only if relevant to the course) http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/video.php?courseId=1009&p=1 http://hyperphysics.phy- astr.gsu.edu/hbase/phyopt/polclas.html http://www.pha.jhu.edu/~javalab/spherical/spherical.html http://www.falstad.com/mathphysics.html http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/Webcourse-contents/IIT- %20Guwahati/em/index.htm http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/Webcourse-contents/IIT- %20Guwahati/em/index.htm http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/Webcourse-contents/IIT- %20Guwahati/em/index.htm Salient Features Video lectures of electromagnetic fields demonstration of polarization demonstration coordinates system demonstration of TE and TM waves Lecture notes of plane waves Lecture notes on Maxwell's equations Lecture notes - electrostatics

http://www.fourier-series.com/rf- concepts/flash_programs/SmithChart/smithchart.html demonstration of smith chart (tutorial of smithchart)

3 Week 2 Lecture 4 T-1:2.4 2. Planned Power point shown by teacher Week 1 Lecture 1 Vector Analysis(Introduction to coordinate system) Vector Analysis(Differential Length area and volume) Vector Analysis(integrals line surface and volume) Vector Analysis(gradient and divergence and curl) T-1:1.5 2.6 Students Should Power point shown by understand Divergence teacher theorem Students Should understand stoke’s theorem Students Should understand Poissons equation Students Should understand Laplaces equation Power point shown by teacher Power point shown by teacher Power point shown by teacher T-1:2.6 stoke’s theorem Lecture 6 Integral Theorems(Poisson's equation) Integral Theorems(Laplace's equation) T-1:5. Lecture Description Relevant Websites. Audio Visual Aids.6 Lecture 5 Integral Theorems(Divergence theorem) Integral Theorems(stoke’s theorem) T-1:2.1-1.7 .5 RW-1 Permittivity and electric Students Should Power point shown by flux density Gauss law understand Permittivity teacher and electric flux density Gauss law continuity equation Students Should understand continuity equation Power point shown by teacher Lecture 8 T-1:4.4 Students Should understand to coordinate system Lecture 2 T-1:2.2 Poissons equation T-1:5.4 3.2 Differential Length area Students Should Power point shown by and volume understand Differential teacher Length area and volume integrals line surface and Students Should Power point shown by volume understand integrals teacher line surface and volume Vector Analysis gradient Students Should and divergence and curl understand Vector Analysis gradient and divergence and curl Divergence theorem Power point shown by teacher Lecture 3 T-1:2.2 Laplaces equation Week 3 Lecture 7 Introduction to Electrostatics (Permittivity and electric flux density Gauss law) Introduction to Electrostatics (continuity equation) T-1:3.LTP week distribution: (LTP Weeks) Weeks before MTE Weeks After MTE Spill Over 7 6 2 Detailed Plan For Lectures Week Number Lecture Number Broad Topic(Sub Topic) Chapters/Sections of Text/reference books Other Readings. software and Virtual Labs RW-3 Introduction to coordinate system Learning Outcomes Pedagogical Tool Demonstration/ Case Study / Images / animation / ppt etc.

3 6.1 Analogy between electric Students Should and magnetic circuits understand Analogy between electric and magnetic circuits RW-1 Power point shown by teacher R-1:7.4 Ampere’s circuit law and its application and Inconsistency of ampere’s law Power point shown by teacher Magnetostatic Fields(Analogy between electric and magnetic circuits) Lecture 14 Electromagnetic Wave Propagation I(Plane wave and Uniform plane wave and Wave in free space) T-1:6.2 Faraday’s laws and The BiotSavart Law Lecture 11 Magnetostatic Fields(Faraday’s laws and The Biot-Savart Law) T-1:6.7 relaxation time Students Should understand relaxation time Students Should understand boundary conditions Power point shown by teacher Power point shown by teacher Lecture 9 T-1:4.2 RW-1 Week 6 Lecture 16 Electromagnetic Wave Propagation I(Solutions for free-space conditions) R-1:7.4 Ampere’s circuit law and its application and Inconsistency of ampere’s law Power point shown by teacher Week 5 Lecture 13 Magnetostatic Fields(Ampere’s circuit law and its application and Inconsistency of ampere’s law) T-1:6.5 Permeability and Magnetic Flux Density Students Should Power point shown by understand teacher Permeability and Magnetic Flux Density Students Should understand Faraday’s laws and The BiotSavart Law Students Should understand Faraday’s laws and The BiotSavart Law Students Should understand Ampere’s circuit law and its application and Inconsistency of ampere’s law Students Should understand Ampere’s circuit law and its application and Inconsistency of ampere’s law Power point shown by teacher Magnetostatic Fields(Faraday’s laws and The Biot-Savart Law) T-1:6.3 6.2 Faraday’s laws and The BiotSavart Law Power point shown by teacher Lecture 12 Magnetostatic Fields(Ampere’s circuit law and its application and Inconsistency of ampere’s law) T-1:6.2 8.2 8.Week 3 Lecture 8 Introduction to Electrostatics (relaxation time) Introduction to Electrostatics (boundary conditions) Magnetostatic Fields(Permeability and Magnetic Flux Density) T-1:4.2 Plane wave and Uniform Students Should Power point shown by plane wave and Wave in understand Plane wave teacher free space and Uniform plane wave and Wave in free space Plane wave and Uniform Students Should Power point shown by plane wave and Wave in understand Plane wave teacher free space and Uniform plane wave and Wave in free space Solutions for freespace conditions Students Should Power point shown by understand Solutions teacher for freespace conditions Lecture 15 Electromagnetic Wave Propagation I(Plane wave and Uniform plane wave and Wave in free space) R-1:7.4 .8 boundary conditions Week 4 Lecture 10 T-1:6.

7 Reflection of plane wave Students Should Power point shown by at normal incidence understand Reflection teacher of plane wave at normal incidence RW-2 Polarization Poynting vector Students Should Power point shown by understand Polarization teacher Students Should understand Poynting vector Power point shown by teacher T-1:9.4 9.5 Wave equations and its solution for different media free space and good conductors Power point shown by teacher MID-TERM Week 8 Lecture 22 Electromagnetic Wave Propagation II(Power vector) Electromagnetic Wave Propagation II(Reflection of plane wave at normal incidence) Lecture 23 Electromagnetic Wave Propagation II(Polarization) Electromagnetic Wave Propagation II(Poynting vector) T-1:9.6 T-1:9.6 .2 9.3 Week 7 Lecture 19 Electromagnetic Wave Propagation I(Wave equations and its solution for different media Lossy dielectric and lossless dielectric) T-1:9.6 RW-2 Power vector Students Should understand Power vector Power point shown by teacher T-1:9.5 Wave equations and its solution for different media free space and good conductors Power point shown by teacher Lecture 21 Electromagnetic Wave Propagation I(Wave equations and its solution for different media free space and good conductors) T-1:9.2 9.4 9.4 Solutions for freespace conditions Wave equations and its solution for different media Lossy dielectric and lossless dielectric Students Should Power point shown by understand Solutions teacher for freespace conditions Students Should understand Wave equations and its solution for different media Lossy dielectric and lossless dielectric Students Should understand Wave equations and its solution for different media Lossy dielectric and lossless dielectric Students Should understand Wave equations and its solution for different media Lossy dielectric and lossless dielectric Students Should understand Wave equations and its solution for different media free space and good conductors Students Should understand Wave equations and its solution for different media free space and good conductors Power point shown by teacher Lecture 18 T-1:9.3 Wave equations and its solution for different media Lossy dielectric and lossless dielectric Power point shown by teacher Lecture 20 Electromagnetic Wave Propagation I(Wave equations and its solution for different media Lossy dielectric and lossless dielectric) T-1:9.2 9.3 Wave equations and its solution for different media Lossy dielectric and lossless dielectric Power point shown by teacher Electromagnetic Wave Propagation I(Wave equations and its solution for different media free space and good conductors) T-1:9.Week 6 Lecture 17 Electromagnetic Wave Propagation I(Solutions for free-space conditions) Electromagnetic Wave Propagation I(Wave equations and its solution for different media Lossy dielectric and lossless dielectric) R-1:7.

3 Power point shown by teacher Power point shown by teacher Lecture 33 T-1:11.7 Transients on Transmission Lines and Micro strip Transmission Line RW-4 Transverse Magnetic Modes Transverse Electric Modes Power point shown by teacher Lecture 32 Rectangular Waveguides (Transverse Magnetic Modes) Rectangular Waveguides (Transverse Electric Modes) T-1:11.3 Transmission line equation and reflection coefficients of voltage and current Students Should Power point shown by understand teacher Transmission line equation and reflection coefficients of voltage and current Students Should Power point shown by understand teacher Transmission line equation and reflection coefficients of voltage and current Students Should Power point shown by understand teacher Transmission line equation and reflection coefficients of voltage and current Students Should understand Input Impedance and SWR and Power Students Should understand The Smith Chart and Some Applications of Transmission Lines Students Should understand The Smith Chart and Some Applications of Transmission Lines Students Should understand Transients on Transmission Lines and Micro strip Transmission Line Students Should understand Transverse Magnetic Modes Students Should understand Transverse Electric Modes Power point shown by teacher Lecture 26 Transmission Line(Transmission line equation and reflection coefficients of voltage and current) T-1:10.4 RW-4 .2 11.6 RW-8 The Smith Chart and Some Applications of Transmission Lines Power point shown by teacher Week 11 Lecture 31 Transmission Line(Transients on Transmission Lines and Micro strip Transmission Lines) T-1:10.2 Transmission line parameters Students Should understand Transmission line parameters Power point shown by teacher Week 9 Lecture 25 Transmission Line(Transmission line equation and reflection coefficients of voltage and current) T-1:10.5 10.4 Input Impedance and SWR and Power Lecture 29 Transmission Line(The Smith Chart and Some Applications of Transmission Lines) T-1:10.6 RW-8 The Smith Chart and Some Applications of Transmission Lines Power point shown by teacher Lecture 30 Transmission Line(The Smith Chart and Some Applications of Transmission Lines) T-1:10.3 Transmission line equation and reflection coefficients of voltage and current Week 10 Lecture 28 Transmission Line(Input Impedance and SWR and Power) T-1:10.Week 8 Lecture 24 Transmission Line(Transmission line parameters) T-1:10.5 10.3 Transmission line equation and reflection coefficients of voltage and current Lecture 27 Transmission Line(Transmission line equation and reflection coefficients of voltage and current) T-1:10.

5 Students Should Power point shown by understand Attenuation teacher in parallel plane guides and wave impedance SPILL OVER Week 14 Lecture 40 Lecture 41 Revision of Important topics Revision of Important topics Student should understand the topics Student should understand the topics Slide Show Slide Show Scheme for CA: .7 Waveguide Resonators Students Should Power point shown by understand Waveguide teacher Resonators Students Should Power point shown by understandWaves teacher between parallel planes Students Should Power point shown by understand TE and TM teacher waves and their characteristics and TEM waves Power point shown by teacher Lecture 38 T-1:9.2 9.6 Power point shown by teacher Lecture 36 T-1:11.5 Power point shown by teacher Lecture 35 Wave Transmission in Rectangular Waveguides(Power Transmission and Attenuation) Wave Transmission in Rectangular Waveguides(Waveguide Current) Wave Transmission in Rectangular Waveguides(Mode Excitation) T-1:11.1 9.7 Mode Excitation Week 13 Lecture 37 Wave Transmission in Rectangular Waveguides(Waveguide Resonators) Guided Waves(Waves between parallel planes) Guided Waves(TE and TM waves and their characteristics and TEM waves) T-1:11.5 Wave Propagation in the Students Should Guide understand Wave Propagation in the Guide Group velocity and phase Students Should velocity understand Group velocity and phase velocity Power Transmission and Students Should Attenuation understand Power Transmission and Attenuation Waveguide Current Power point shown by teacher Rectangular Waveguides(Group velocity and phase velocity) T-1:11.4 Velocities of propagation Students Should understand Velocities of propagation Attenuation in parallel plane guides and wave impedance R-1:9.Week 12 Lecture 34 Rectangular Waveguides(Wave Propagation in the Guide) T-1:11.1 Waves between parallel planes TE and TM waves and their characteristics and TEM waves R-1:9.7 Students Should Power point shown by understand Waveguide teacher Current Students Should understandMode Excitation Power point shown by teacher T-1:11.2 Lecture 39 Guided Waves(Velocities of propagation) Guided Waves(Attenuation in parallel plane guides and wave impedance) R-1:9.

area and volume Problem solving line. lossless dielectric. Ampere circuit law Test Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Tutorial 7 Test 2 Test After Mid-Term Tutorial 8 Lossy dielectric.Component Quiz. The Biot-Savart Law. free space . Power and poynting vector Problem solving .Test Frequency 2 Out Of 3 Total :- Each Marks Total Marks 10 10 20 20 Details of Academic Task(s) AT No.role play. stoke theorem Poisson's equation and Laplace's equation boundary conditions.problem solving test. Lecture Topic Type of pedagogical tool(s) planned (case analysis. Objective Topic of the Academic Task Nature of Academic Task (group/individuals/field work Individual Evaluation Mode Allottment / submission Week 2/3 Test 1 To study the basics of electromagnetic wave propagation To study the basics of field theory To evalutate individual performance Topics covered form Lecture 1 to 9 Evalutation of Test Test 2 Quiz 1 Topics covered form Lecture 10 to 20 Topics covered form Lecture 21 to 29 Individual Individual Evalutation of Test Evalutation of Quiz 6/7 10 / 11 Plan for Tutorial: (Please do not use these time slots for syllabus coverage) Tutorial No.business game etc) Tutorial 1 Tutorial 2 Tutorial 3 Tutorial 4 Tutorial 5 Tutorial 6 Differential Length. divergence and curl Problem solving Test 1 Divergence theorem. gradient. surface and volume.

good normal incidence. Transverse Magnetic (TM) Modes. SWR. Transmission line parameters. The Smith Char.Waveguide Resonators Problem solving Tutorial 10 Problem solving Tutorial 11 Tutorial 12 Test Problem solving Tutorial 13 Problem solving . free space. Transverse Electric (TE) Modes. Wave Propagation in the Guide Power Transmission and Attenuation. Transmission line equation.Tutorial 9 Reflection of plane wave at Lossy dielectric. lossless dielectric. and Power. reflection coefficients (voltage and current) Quiz Input Impedance.

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