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Transcript
EE 4301 – Electromagnetic Engineering I – Spring 2006
Instructor: Prof. Matthew J. Goeckner
Office: EC 2.918
Phone: (972) 883-4293
Email: goeckner @ utdallas . edu
Office Hours:
Tuesday 10 to 11
Thursday 3:30 to 5
Or by appointment
Prerequisites:
EE 3300, Phys 2326
Class:
Room: CBW 1.201
Time: T,Th 2:00-3:15
Final: 2:00 pm Tuesday, April 25
Texts:
Required:
EE 4301 Class notes
(Introduction to electromagnetism, MJ Goeckner)
Found at www.utdallas.edu/~goeckner/emag_class
THESE NOTES WILL BE UPDATED THROUGH OUT THE SEMESTER
Recommended:
Fundamentals of Electromagnetics, Lonngren and Savov
Scitech Publishing, Raleigh NC, ISBN 1-981121-38-3
Mathematical Methods in the Physical Sciences, 2nd Edition, Mary Boas
John Wiley, New York, 1983, ISBN 0-471-04409-1
NOTE YOU WILL BE EXPECTED TO LOOK AT OTHER BOOKS AS
WELL AS THE ASSIGNED “BOOK”
Topics:
Vector Calculus (About 1-2 day review)
Electrostatics and Magnetostatics
Fields and Materials
Maxwell’s Equations Theory
Applications (Antenna, Transmission Lines)
Grading: (dates subject to change)
Midterm 1 (Thru Statics)
20% Approx Tues Feb 27th
Midterm 2 (Thru Waves)
20% Approx Tues March 20th
Final (Comprehensive)
20% 2:00 pm Tuesday, April 25
Class Notes*
20% Due each Tuesday
Homework*
20% (Approx. 1 set each Thursday)
*Homework and Notes handed in after the due date will not be counted! This rule will be
strictly enforced! (This means that the homework/notes can be slid under my door that
night. I usually arrive at ~8 AM.)
Approximate Topic list and order for EMAG 1 and 2
EMAG 1 in Bold – EMAG 2 not bolded
Section 1 Basic concepts and basic Mathematics
History
Maxwell’s equations in point and integral form
Concept, Nature and sources of vector fields
Proof of Divergence and Stokes theorems
Point to Integral form
Concept of vector and scalar potential
Section II – Static electric and magnetic fields
Electrostatic fields from point charge sources
Magnetostatic fields from ‘point’ current sources
Physical properties of materials (types)
Electric and magnetic dipoles =>  and µ
Collisions and Drag
Material related electric and magnetic fields
Maxwell’s equations and charge conservation
Equivalence between integral and point forms
Boundary conditions
Section III – Dynamic electromagnetic fields
Wave equation for Electric and Magnetic fields
Vector and scalar potentials for dynamic systems
Solutions to the waves equation
Relationship between Electric and Magnetic fields
Physical properties of materials (types)
Energy and energy propoagation
Boundary conditions
Normal incident waves
Oblique incident waves
Waves with multiple boundaries
Section IV – Applications for electromagnetic fields
Antennas
Electric dipole
Magnetic dipole
Reflectors
Transmission lines
Waveguides
Microwave
Optical
Cavities (microwaves)