SJSU EE 140 - Syllabus (6 pages)

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Ee 140 - Principles of Electromagnetic Fields

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San Jos StateUniversity CharlesW DavidsonCollege of Engineering DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING EE 140 Principlesof Electromagnetic Fields Fall 2011 Instructor Lili He Office Location Telephone Engineering Building Room 357 408 924 4073 Fax 408 924 3925 Office Hours TTh 8 30 10 30am and 4 15 4 45pm Class Days Time TTh 1 30 2 45pm ENGR345 Classroom Prerequisites Mat 133A Phys 52 or 72 English 1A EE 98 with a grade of C or better Faculty Web Page Copies of the course materials such as the syllabus major assignment handouts etc may be found on my faculty web page at www engr sjsu edu lhe You are responsible for regularly checking with the messaging system through MySJSU and your email as shown on class roster Catalog Course Description Static electric and magnetic fields using vector calculus methods Development of Maxwell s Equations Course Description The course will cover concepts of electrostatics and static magnetic fields This course provides an introduction to electromagnetics In the beginning vector algebra and calculus together with orthogonal coordinate systems will be discussed This is followed by the study of electrostatics which includes charge and current distribution electrostatic postulates and Coulomb s Law Gauss s Law Electrostatic potential Poisson s equation and Laplace s equation will be introduced The concept of resistance Joule s Law polarization and dielectric strength will then studied The last part of the course is the study of magnetostatics which includes magnetic force materials and energy Principles of Electromagnetic Fields EE140 Fall 2011 Page 1 of 6 Student Learning Objectives Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to LO1Describe the fundamental relation governing electric and magnetic fields by utilizing vector analysis a e and EE3 LO2Evaluate theelectrostatic fields force and potential due to electric charges and charge distributions a and c LO3Demonstrate the dipole Coulomb model of dielectric materials



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