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The goal of this course is to provide the basic principles of electromagnetics emphasizing on the characterization and the solution of static and dynamic electric and magnetic field problems.
Upon succesful completion of this course, a student will be able to
1. Determine and describe static electric fields created by charge distributions.
2. Identify the concepts of capacitance and electrostatic energy.
3. Solve electrostatic boundary value problems involving Poisson and Laplace equations.
4. Identify steady electric currents and the concept of resistance.
5. Determine and describe static magnetic fields.
6. Identify the concepts of inductance and magnetostatic energy.
7. Formulate and interpret boundary conditions.
8. Formulate and analyze Faraday's law of induction.
9. Apply Maxwell’s equations to determine field waves, potential waves, energy and charge conservation conditions.
10. Utilize complex phasors and analyze time-harmonic fields. 11.Formulate, analyze and interpret uniform plane waves in lossless or lossy medium.12.Interpret the concept of polarization. 13.Analyze the flow of electromagnetic power and Poynting’s theorem.