Description:
Credit 3U/4G. Static electric and magnetic fields. Material description,
boundary value problems. Field energy, its conversion and scaling
laws. Quasistatic fields, field diffusion, eddy currents, energy
losses.
Prerequisite:
ECE 322
Textbooks: "Electromagnetic
Concepts and Applications," S.V. Marshal, R.E. DuBroff, G.G. Skitek, Prentice
Hall, N.J., Fourth Edition.
Topics:
Vector calculus (gradient, divergence,
circulation, Green's theorems, determination of fields from sources)
Electrostatic field in vacuum,
potential and its properties, multipole expansion, dipoles,
charges at interfaces and
double layer.
Electrostatic fields in material
media, boundary value problems, Green's function and
reciprocity.
Electrostatic energy, capacitance,
scalling laws for electrostatic energy, forces, actuation, and
electrostatic energy conversion.
Magnetostatic fields in vacuum,
magnetic scalar and vector potentials, multipole expansion,
magneticdipoles.
Magnetostatic fields in material
media, boundary value problems, magnetic circuits, magnatic
coupling and reciprocity.
Magnetostatic energy, inductance,
scaling laws, magnetic forces, actuation and energy conversion.
Maxwell's equations and quasistatic
electromagnetic fields, electromagnetic induction and
transformers.
Diffusion of quasistatic fields
into conducting medium, boundary value problems, eddy currents and proximity
effects.
