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Unit - 1 Electrostatics

Unit 1Electrostatics

1.1 Review of 3D Coordinate Geometry

1.2 Vector Calculus

1.3 Physical significance of Gradient

1.4 Divergence

1.5 Curl

1.6 Electric field intensity E

1.7 Displacement Flux Density D

1.8 Gauss‘s law

1.9 Electric potentialV

1.10 Potential Gradient

1.11 EDV due to uniform sources point charge infinite line charge infinite surface charge

1.12 Maxwell Equations for Electrostatics

1.13 Current

1.14 Current Density

1.15 Physical interpretation

1.16 Application Case Study Electrostatic Discharge Cathode Ray Oscilloscope

Unit - 2 Magnetostatics

Unit 2Magneto statics

2.1 Lorentz force

2.2 Magnetic field intensity H

2.3 Magnetic Flux DensityB

2.4 BioSavarts Law

2.5 Ampere’s Circuit Law – H due to straight conductors circular loop infinite sheet of current

2.6 Maxwell Equations for Magneto Statics

2.7 Physical Interpretation

2.8 Application Case Study Lightning Magnetic Resonance Imaging MRI

Unit - 3 Boundary Conditions

Unit 3Boundary Conditions

3.1 Electric Dipole

3.2 Dielectric Polarization

3.3 Properties of Conductors

3.4 Dielectric Materials

3.5 Boundary conditions dielectricdielectric conductor –dielectric

3.6 Significance and applications of Poisson’s and Laplace’s equations

3.7 Capacitance

3.8 Energy Density

3.9 Magnetization

3.10 Magnetic materials

3.11 Boundary conditions for Magnetic Fields

3.12 Magnetic force

3.13 Torque

3.14 Application Case Study RF MEMS Magnetic Levitation Electromagnetic Pump

Unit - 4 Time Varying Electromagnetic Fields: Maxwell Equations

Unit 4Time Varying Electromagnetic Fields Maxwell Equations

4.1 Scalar and Vector Magnetic Potential

4.2 Poisson’s and Laplace Equations

4.3 Faraday’s Law

4.4 Translational and motional emf

4.5 Displacement current density

4.6 Continuity Equation

4.7 Time varying Maxwell’s equation point form integral form

4.8 Power and Poynting theorem

4.9 Concept of Retarded magnetic vector potential

4.10 Application Case Study Memristor Electric Motors Generators

Unit - 5 Uniform Plane Waves

Unit 5Uniform Plane Waves

5.1 Maxwell’s equations by using phasor notations

5.2 Electromagnetic wave equations Helmholtz equation

5.3 Relation between E and H depth of penetration

5.4 Concept of polarization

5.5 Reflection by perfect conductornormal incidence

5.6 Reflection by perfect dielectric normal incidence

5.7 Snell’s Law

5.8 Application Case Study Comparison of Circuit Theory at low frequency and Field theory at High frequencies Antenna Radiation Mechanism Propagation of EM energy

Unit - 6 Transmission Line Theory

Unit 6Transmission Line Theory

6.1 Line Parameters

6.2 Skin effect

6.3 General Solution

6.4 Physical significance of equations

6.5 Wavelength

6.6 Velocity of propagation

6.7 Distortion less line

6.8 Reflection on a line not terminated in Z0

6.9 Reflection coefficient

6.10 Open and Shortcircuited lines

6.11 Reflection factor and reflection loss

6.12 Standing Waves Nodes and standing wave ratio

6.13 Input impedance of dissipation less line

6.14 Smith Chart and its applications in solving the transmission line parameters

6.15 Application Case Study Coaxial Cable Twisted Pair Microwave Waveguides

Unit 6

Transmission Line Theory

6.1 Line Parameters

6.2 Skin effect

6.3 General Solution

6.4 Physical significance of equations

6.5 Wavelength

6.6 Velocity of propagation

6.7 Distortion less line

6.8 Reflection on a line not terminated in Z0

6.9 Reflection coefficient

6.10 Open and Shortcircuited lines

6.11 Reflection factor and reflection loss

6.12 Standing Waves Nodes and standing wave ratio

6.13 Input impedance of dissipation less line

6.14 Smith Chart and its applications in solving the transmission line parameters

6.15 Application Case Study Coaxial Cable Twisted Pair Microwave Waveguides

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