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1 KL UNIVERISTY FIRST SEMESTER 2010-11 Course Handout Academic Division Dated: 07-07-2010 Course No. : EC C203 Course Title : Electro Magnetic Field Theory Course Structure : 3-1-2 Course coordinator : Mr M Venkata Narayana Instructors : K.PHANI SRINIVAS, P.POORNA PRIYA 1. Course Description: Electro magnetic field Theory basically deal with the electric and magnetic fields characteristics. Thus while students studying electro magnetic fields should certainly have a solid foundation in disciplines based on the laws of physics. Electro magnetic fields course that bring electro statistics and magneto statistics concepts together in a unified way play an increasingly important role in the education of engineering students and in their preparation for current and future developments in their chosen fields. 2. Scope and Objective of the Course: The theory of electromagnetism and Darwin's theory of Evolution represent the two greatest scientific syntheses of the nineteenth century. In the twentieth century and at the dawn of the twenty first, evolutionary theory has been at least partially integrated into the molecular approach to Biochemistry and Genetics, fields which continue to develop at an astonishing pace. Likewise, Electromagnetic theory, in addition to having incorporated the vast field of optical phenomena into its sphere of description, and having provided the initial seed of doubt for Einstein's development of Special Relativity theory, continues to flourish up to the present day. Generations old devices, such as the electric generator and motor, the radio transmitter and receiver, ac transformers, standard circuit elements, and the vacuum tube were all spawned subsequently to the fundamental discoveries and formulations of Electromagnetic theory. The realization that atomic and molecular properties were chiefly rooted in electromagnetic phenomena led to a formulation of atomic structure based on electromagnetic and classical mechanical principles. The failure of this model gave the impetus for the development of the Quantum theory of matter. The incorporation of electromagnetic principles into the quantum mechanical framework has illuminated a diverse array of phenomena in the solid, liquid, gaseous, nuclear, and plasma states, as well as in chemical and living states. Needless to say, such modern inventions as integrated circuits, lasers, and countless electro-optical devices are all the fruits of the continuous discovery, synthesis and interlocking of concepts that the discipline of Physics represents. Unit I deals with principles of vector analysis and basic concepts of electrostatics like Charge distribution ,the concept of potential, capacitance and fundamental laws of Static electric charge. Unit II deal with the fundamentals of study magnetic field, faraday law,Biot- savarts law, amperes law including the concept of vector magnetic potential and the energy density in magnetic field.
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