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Ee 140 - Principles of Electromagnetic Fields

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SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING EE140 PRINCIPLES OF ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS Course Title Course Code Section Class Hours Location Office Hours Office Location Office Phone E mail Preferred Contact Either through email or Phone Department Fax WEBSITE Spring 2007 Principles of Electromagnetic fields 25390 2 TR 1500 1615 ENGR 341 Tues Thursday 1 00 3 00 pm ENGR 367 924 3970 mmostafa email sjsu edu Email http www engr sjsu edu mmostafavi COURSE DESCRIPTION The course will cover concepts of electrostatics and static magnetic fields In the beginning vector algebra and calculus together with orthogonal coordinate systems will be discussed Prerequisites Mat 133A Phys 52 or 72 English 1A EE 98 with a grade of C or better TOPICS Vector Analysis Coordinate Transformations Vector and Scalar Calculus Coulomb s Law Gauss s Law Electric Energy and Potential Conductors Dielectrics and Capacitance Method f Images Boundary Conditions Poisson s and Laplace s Equations Biot Savart Law Ampere s Circuital Law Magnetic Vector Potential Inductance Magnetic Energy and Force Relationship of the Course to the Program Objectives This course supports the achievement of the following objectives numbers in parentheses refer to specific ABET criteria 3 a an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics science and engineering 3 c an ability to design a system component or process to meet desired needs 3 e an ability to identify formulate and solve engineering problems EE 3 a knowledge of advanced mathematics such as differential equations differential and integral calculus linear algebra and vector analysis TEXTBOOK Electromagnetics for Engineers by Fawaz T Ulaby 2005 Prentice Hall Note The focus of EE 140 will be on chapters 1 5 REFERENCES 1 Fundamentals of Engineering Electromagnetics by David K Cheng Addison Wesley Publishing Co 1993 2 Elements of Electromagnetics by M N O Sadiku 1994 Saunders 2 Engineering Elecromagnetics by Kenneth R Demarest 1998 Prentice Hall 3



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