This course will introduce the students about fundamentals and applications of Electromagnetic Theory.
It provides thorough understanding of vector analysis, Electrostatics and Magnetostatisc, Electric and Mgnetic fields in materials, Maxwell’s equations and Wave motions in free space.
Syllabus of Electromagnetic Theory EC  301
1.

Review of Vector Algebra and Vector Calculus 08 hours

1.1

Scalars
& Vectors, Dot & Cross Products

1.2

3D Coordinate Systems – Cartesian, Cylindrical and
Spherical and coordinate systems conversions

1.3

Review of Line, Divergence and GradientMeaning of
Divergence theorem & Stoke’s theorem, Surface & Volume
IntegralDefinition of Curl

2.  Electrostatics 10
hours

2.1

Coulomb’s Law & Electric Field Intensity, Coulomb’s Law & Field
due to Different Charge Distributions

2.2

Electric Flux Density ,Gauss’s Law and
Divergence, Concept of electric Flux Density, Gauss’s Law and its
Applications, Differential Volume Element, Divergence, Maxwell’s First
Equation and Divergence theorem for Electric Flux Density

2.3

Energy & Potential, Energy expanded in moving a point charge in
electrical field, Line Integral, Definition of potential difference and
potential, Potential field of a point charge and system of charges, Potential
gradient, Dipole, Energy density in electrostatics field

3.

Magnetostatics
10 hours

3.1

BiotSavart Law, Ampere’s Circuital Law

3.2

Application of Ampere’s Circuital law for an infinitely long coaxial
transmission line, solenoid and toroid, Point form of Ampere’s Circuital law
, Concept of flux density

3.3

Scalar and Vector magnetic potential, Stoke’s theorem for magnetic
field

3.4

Point and integral forms of Mawxell’s equations for steady electric and
magnetic fields

4.  Electric and
Magnetic Fields in Materials
12
hours

4.1

Conductors, Dielectrics and Capacitance, Definition of Currents and
current density, Continuity equation, Conductors and their properties,
Semiconductors, Dielectric materials, characteristics, Capacitance of a
parallel plate capacitor, coaxial cable and spherical capacitors

4.2

Poisson’s and Laplace’s equations: Poisson’s and Laplace
equation, Uniqueness theorem, Examples of solution of Laplace and Poisson’s
equations

4.3

Magnetic forces: Force on a moving charge, force on a different current
element, Force and torque on a close circuit, magnetization and permeability,
Magnetic boundary conditions, Magnetic circuit, Self inductance and Mutual
inductance

5.

Time Varying Fields and Maxwell’s Equations 08 hours

5.1

Faraday’s law, Displacement current

5.2

Maxwell’s equations in point and integral forms for
time varying fields

6.

Electromagnetic
Waves: The Uniform Plane Waves
12 hours

6.1

Wave motion in free space, Perfect dielectric

6.2

Poynting vector, Power consideration, Propagation in good conductor

6.3

Phenomena of skin effect, Reflection of uniform plane waves,

6.4

Plane waves at normal incidence and at oblique incidence, Standing wave
Ratio 
Text Books
1. W H. Hayt & J A Buck, “Engineering
Electromagnetics”, TATA McGrawHill, 7^{th} Edition
1. Matthew Sadiku, “Elements of Eletromagnetics”, Oxford University Press,4^{th} Edition
2. David
Griffiths, “Introduction to Electrodynamics”, Prentice Hall of India. 3. E. Jordan and
K. Balmain “Electromagnetic Waves and Radiating Systems”, Prentice Hall of India 4. Nannapaneni Narayana Rao, “Elements of Engineering
electromagnetics”, Prentice Hall of India, 6^{th} Edition.

