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ECE 330  Electromagnetic Theory  Idaho Study Resources

ECE330_EO_Syllabus
School: Idaho
Course: Electromagnetic Theory
ECE 330 Electromagnetic Theory Instructor: Dave Atkinson Office Location: Buchanan Engineering Lab 209 (BEL 209) Phone Numbers: (800) 8242889 (press 1), ext 6870 (208) 8856870 email: atkinson@ece.uidaho.edu Web: http:/www.mrc.uidaho.edu/~atkinson/E

Exam Review 2
School: Idaho
Course: Electromagnetic Theory
ECE 330 ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY Review List for Exam Number 2 Electric charges and elds: Denition of electric eld in terms of force, F = q E . Coulombs Law Inverse r2 dependence of electric eld from point charge Q, or charge element dQ Linearity of Cou

Exam 3 Review
School: Idaho
Course: Electromagnetic Theory
ECE 330 Introduction to Electromagnetic Theory Review List for Exam Number 3 Current, Current Density, and Resistance Current is the ow of charge (Coulomb per second = Ampere) Volume current density J is current per unit area, Amperes per square meter.

Exam 1
School: Idaho
Course: Electromagnetic Theory
ECE 330 Electromagnetics Spring Semester 2010 Exam 1 February 11, 2010 You have up to two hours to nish the exam. The exam is closed book, but you are allowed one page of notes (front and back). The last several pages of the exam have formulas that you ma

Mathematical_physics
School: Idaho
Course: Electromagnetic Theory
Mathematical Tools for Physics by James Nearing Physics Department University of Miami mailto:jnearing@miami.edu Copyright 2003, James Nearing Permission to copy for individual or classroom use is granted. QA 37.2 Contents Introduction . . . . . .

LabVector
School: Idaho
Course: Electromagnetic Theory
ECE 331 Electromagnetics Laboratory Vectors and Coordinate Systems Introduction The purpose of this laboratory is to give the student a spatial depiction of vectors and coordinate systems. A rigorous understanding of vectors and coordinate systems i

LabAmperesDerivation
School: Idaho
Course: Electromagnetic Theory
ECE 331 Electromagnetics Laboratory Amperes Force Law Derivation Introduction Amperes law of force describes the interaction between two currentcarrying circuits. This mathematical development will begin with fundamental equations of magnetostatics

EXAM3Sp2008
School: Idaho
Course: Electromagnetic Theory
ECE 330 Electromagnetics Spring Semester 2008 Exam 3 April 17, 2008 You have two hours to complete the exam. The exam is closed note and closed book, but you may use one page of personal notes. There are 5 required problems totalling 100 points. Ple

EXAM3Sp2004
School: Idaho
Course: Electromagnetic Theory
EE 330 Electromagnetics Spring Semester 2004 Exam 3 Thursday April 8, 2004 You have up to two hours to finish the exam. The exam is closed book. You can use one page of notes (front and back). There are 4 required problems totalling 100 points. Plea

LabLaplace
School: Idaho
Course: Electromagnetic Theory
Name Partner ECE331 Electromagnetics Laboratory Numerical Solution to Laplaces Equation Introduction Generally speaking there are three possible ways to quantify the electromagnetic eld. These methods are: analytical, experimental and numerical. Ana

LabFaraday
School: Idaho
Course: Electromagnetic Theory
Name Partner ECE331 Electromagnetics Laboratory Faraday's Law Introduction and Theory Faraday's law can be used to describe the process of induction. In modern vector differential form Faraday's law is given by B . (1) E= t Electromagnetic forces a

Practice Exam 1 05
School: Idaho
Course: Electromagnetic Theory
ECE 330 Introduction to Electromagnetics Fall Semester 2005 Exam 1 14 Sept 2005 You have two hours to nish the exam. The exam is closed note and closed book, but you may use one page (front and back) of personal notes. The last three pages of the exam hav