Course Content
WeekTopicsStudy Materials _ocw_rs_drs_yontem
1 Orthogonal coordinate systems, gradient, divergence, curl, divergence and Stokes´s theorems Review of the electrostatic fields in electric physiscs
2 Coulomb´s law. Electric fiels due to discrete and continious charge distributions. Gauss´s law and its applications Review of the previous lecture
3 Conductors in electrostatic fields. Dielectrics in electrostatic fields; equivalent polarization charges. Boundary conditions for electrostatic fields Review of the previous lecture
4 Capacitance and capacitors. Electrostatic energy stored in electrostatic fields. Electrostatic forces Review of the previous lecture
5 Current density and Ohm´s law. Electromotive force and Kirchhoff´s voltage law. Equation of continuity and Kirchhoff´s current law. Review of the previous lecture
6 Power dissipation and Joule´s law. Boundary conditions for current density. Resistance calculation Review of the previous lecture
7 Midterm examination Review of all of the previous lecture
8 Electromagnetic force between current carrying wires. Biot-Sawart law. Magnetic flux density vector. Magnetic potential and flux Review of the magnetostatic fields in electric physiscs
9 Magnetic materials. Magnetic dipole. Magnetization and bound current densities. Permeability. Review of the previous lecture
10 Magnetic field intensity vector. Boundary conditions for magnetic fields. Magnetic circuits. Review of the previous lecture
11 Inductors and self inductance. Mutual inductance. Magnetic energy, Magnetic forces and torques Review of the previous lecture
12 Faraday´s law and electromagnetic induction; a stationary circuit in a time varying magnetic field, a moving conductor in a static magnetic field, a moving circuit in a time varying magnetic field Review of the previous lecture
13 Maxwell equations; the integral and differential forms of Maxwell equations. Potential functions. Review of the previous lecture
14 Wave equation and their solutions; Solution of wave equations for potentials, source free wave equation Review of the previous lecture
15 Time harmonic fields; phasor concepts, Time harmonic electromagnetics, Source-free fields in simple media Review of the previous lecture
16-17 Final examination Review all of the previous lecture

Recommended or Required Reading
Textbook
Additional Resources
Introduction to Electromagnetic Fields, Clayton R. Paul, Keith W. Whites, Syed A. Nasar, McGraw-Hill