Electromagnetic Theory PDF VSSUT – EMT PDF VSSUT of Total Complete Notes
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Module – 1
Representation of vectors in Cartesian
Cylindrical and Spherical coordinate system,
Vector products, Coordinate transformation.
The Law of force between elementary electric Charges,
Electric Field Intensity and Potential due to various charge configuration,
Electric Flux density, Gauss law and its application,
Application of Gauss Law to differential Volume element, Divergence Theorem.
Potential Gradient, Dipole, and Energy Density in Electrostatic Field.
Module – 2
Current and Conductors
Conductor Properties and Boundary Conditions. The Method of Images,
Nature of dielectric Materials, Boundary Conditions for Perfect Dielectric Materials Capacitance,
Continuity of Current, Poisson’s & Laplace equation, Uniqueness Theorem,
Analytical Solution in one dimension. – Use of MATLAB
Steady Magnetic Field: Biot Savart Law, Ampere’s Circuital Law,
Stoke’s Theorem, Scalar and Vector Magnetic Potential,
Module – 3
Force on a moving Charge
Force on a differential Current Element, Force & Torque Magnetisation & Permeability,
Magnetic Boundary Conditions, Inductance & Mutual Inductance
Time Varying Fields: Faraday’s Law, Displacement Current, Maxwell’s Equation
H Field From a Strait Current Carrying Filament, Maxwell’s Eqns. for Static Fields
Magnetic Forces Materials and Devices, Classification of Magnetic Materials:
Module – 4
Wave propagation in Free Space
Dielectric, and Good Conductor, Poynting’s Theorem and wave power, Wave polarization,
Reflection and Transmission of Uniform Plane Waves at Normal & Oblique incidence,
Standing Wave Ratio, Basic Wave Guide Operation and Basic Antenna Principles.
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