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Unit - 1 Vector Algebra

Unit 1Vector Algebra

1.1 Vector Algebra

1.4 . Conversion of a vector from one coordinate system to another.

2.1 Coulomb’s Law

Unit 1

Vector Algebra

Unit 1

Vector Algebra

1.1 Vector Algebra

1.4 . Conversion of a vector from one coordinate system to another.

Unit - 2 Static Electric field

Unit 2Static Electric field

2.1 Coulomb’s Law

2.2 Electric field intensity

2.3 Electric field due to point charges

2.4 Field due to line surface and volume charge

2.5 Gauss Law and Applications

2.6 Electric Potential

2.7 Potential difference

2.8 Electric Dipole

2.9 Electrostatic Energy

2.10Energy Density

Unit 2

Static Electric field

Unit 2

Static Electric field

2.1 Coulomb’s Law

2.2 Electric field intensity

2.3 Electric field due to point charges

2.4 Field due to line surface and volume charge

2.5 Gauss Law and Applications

2.6 Electric Potential

2.7 Potential difference

2.8 Electric Dipole

2.9 Electrostatic Energy

2.10Energy Density

Unit - 3 Conductors, Dielectrics and Capacitances

Module 3 Conductors Dielectrics and Capacitances

3.1 Current and Current density

3.2 Ohms law in point form

3.3 Continuity of current

3.4 Boundary conditions of perfect dielectric materials

3.5 Permittivity of dielectric materials

3.6 Capacitance

3.7 Capacitance of two wire line

3.8 Poisson’s Equation

3.9 Laplace equation

3.10 Solution to Laplace and Poisson’s equation

3.11 Application of Laplace and Poisson’s Equations.

Module 3

Conductors Dielectrics and Capacitances

3.1 Current and Current density

3.2 Ohms law in point form

3.3 Continuity of current

3.4 Boundary conditions of perfect dielectric materials

3.5 Permittivity of dielectric materials

3.6 Capacitance

3.7 Capacitance of two wire line

3.8 Poisson’s Equation

3.9 Laplace equation

3.10 Solution to Laplace and Poisson’s equation

3.11 Application of Laplace and Poisson’s Equations.

Unit - 4 Static Magnetic Fields

Unit 4Static Magnetic Fields

4.1 BioSavart’s Law

4.3 Magnetic flux and magnetic flux density

4.4 Scalar and vector magnetic potentials

4.5 Steady magnetic fields produced by current carrying conductors.

Unit 4

Static Magnetic Fields

4.1 BioSavart’s Law

4.3 Magnetic flux and magnetic flux density

4.4 Scalar and vector magnetic potentials

4.5 Steady magnetic fields produced by current carrying conductors.

Unit - 5 Magnetic Forces, Materials and Inductance

Unit 5Magnetic Forces Materials and Inductance

5.1 Force on a moving charge

5.2 Force on differential current element

5.3 Force between differential current

5.4 Nature of magnetic materials

5.5 Magnetization and permeability

5.6 Magnetic boundary conditions

5.7 Magnetic circuits

5.8 Inductance and Mutual Inductance

Unit 5

Magnetic Forces Materials and Inductance

5.1 Force on a moving charge

5.2 Force on differential current element

5.3 Force between differential current

5.4 Nature of magnetic materials

5.5 Magnetization and permeability

5.6 Magnetic boundary conditions

5.7 Magnetic circuits

5.8 Inductance and Mutual Inductance

Unit 5

Magnetic Forces Materials and Inductance

5.1 Force on a moving charge

5.2 Force on differential current element

5.3 Force between differential current

5.4 Nature of magnetic materials

5.5 Magnetization and permeability

Unit 5

Magnetic Forces Materials and Inductance

5.1 Force on a moving charge

5.2 Force on differential current element

5.3 Force between differential current

5.4 Nature of magnetic materials

5.5 Magnetization and permeability

5.6 Magnetic boundary conditions

5.7 Magnetic circuits

5.8 Inductance and Mutual Inductance

Unit - 6 Time Varying Fields And Maxwell’s Equations

Unit 6Time Varying Fields and Maxwell’s Equations

6.1 Faraday’s Law of Electromagnetic Induction

6.2 Displacement current

6.3 Point form of Maxwell’s equations

6.4 Motional Electromotive force

6.5 Boundary conditions

Unit 6

Time Varying Fields and Maxwell’s Equations

6.1 Faraday’s Law of Electromagnetic Induction

6.2 Displacement current

6.3 Point form of Maxwell’s equations

6.4 Motional Electromotive force

6.5 Boundary conditions

Unit - 7 Electromagnetic Waves

Unit 7 Electromagnetic Waves

7.1 Derivation of wave equation

7.2 Uniform Plane waves

7.3 Maxwell’s equation in Phasor form

7.4 Wave Equation in Phasor form

7.5 Plane waves in free space and in homogeneous material

7.6 Wave equation for conducting medium

7.7 Plane waves in lossy dielectrics

7.8 Propagation in good conductors

7.9 Skin effect

7.10 Poynting theorem

Single Phase AC Circuits

Unit 7

Electromagnetic Waves

7.1 Derivation of wave equation

7.2 Uniform Plane waves

7.3 Maxwell’s equation in Phasor form

7.4 Wave Equation in Phasor form

7.5 Plane waves in free space and in homogeneous material

7.6 Wave equation for conducting medium

7.7 Plane waves in lossy dielectrics

7.8 Propagation in good conductors

7.9 Skin effect

7.10 Poynting theorem

Unit 7

Electromagnetic Waves

Unit 7

Electromagnetic Waves

7.1 Derivation of wave equation

7.2 Uniform Plane waves

7.3 Maxwell’s equation in Phasor form

7.4 Wave Equation in Phasor form

7.5 Plane waves in free space and in homogeneous material

7.6 Wave equation for conducting medium

7.7 Plane waves in lossy dielectrics

7.8 Propagation in good conductors

7.9 Skin effect

7.10 Poynting theorem

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