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EAD 234B – Applied Electromagnetics II Spring 2010
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he experimental apparatus used by Heinrich Hertz to produce and detect The experimental apparatus used by Heinrich Hertz to produce and detect electromagnetic waves. The coil in the background on the left produces a high voltage, which feeds an antenna, the two rods with the big spheres at the end, via a spark discharge between the two small spheres at the centre of the rods. This antenna is the prototype of what we call today a Hertzian dipole ( Source : Deutsches Museum, Munich ).
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27 January 1884. Thought about electromagnetic rays. 11 May. Hard at work on Maxwellian electromagnetics. 13 May. Nothing but electromagnetics. 8 July. Electromagnetics, still without success. 17 July. Depressed; could not get on with anything. 4 July. Did not feel like working 24 July. Did not feel like working. 7 August. Saw from Ries’s book that most of what I have found so far is already known. – From the Diary of Heinrich Hertz
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Syllabus Quarter : Spring 2010 Course : EAD 234B – Applied Electromagnetics II (CRN 58640) Room : 230 Walker Hall Time : Tuesday and Thursday, 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM structor : Professor N C Luhmann Jr Instructor : Professor N.C. Luhmann, Jr. Office : 3017 Kemper Hall Phone : (530) 752-5414 FAX : (530) 754-9070 e-mail : ncluhmann@ucdavis.edu Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM, or by appointment Website: http://tempest.das.ucdavis.edu/courses/index.html inal Exam: Saturday June 5; 1:00 PM :00 PM Final Exam: Saturday, June 5; 1:00 PM -3:00 PM
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iants of E&M Giants of E&M Identify George Green: Mathematician and Physicist, 1793-1841
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George Green Mathematician and Physicist, 1793-1841: No portrait of him survives (if one was ever made)
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Course Schedule •Instruction Begins: Monday, 3/29 •Instruction Ends: Thursday, 6/03 • Quarter Ends: Thursday 6/10 •Final Exam: Saturday, 6/05; 1:00 PM-6:00 PM •Memorial Day: May 31 •19 Lectures •One Midterm (In-Class) •Homework: Due in class on indicated date (no late homework); solutions will be posted on website
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Expanded Schedule uesday 3/30 Tuesday, 3/30 Thursday, 4/1 Tuesday, 4/6 Thursday, 4/8 ( Homework #1 Due ) Tuesday, 4/13 Thursday, 4/15 ( Homework #2 Due ) Tuesday, 4/20 hursday, 4/22 ( omework #3 Due Thursday, 4/22 ( Homework #3 Due ) Tuesday, 4/27 Thursday, 4/29 ( Homework #4 Due ) Tuesday, 5/4 Thursday, 5/6 Midterm Tuesday, 5/11 Thursday, 5/13 ( Homework #5 Due ) Tuesday, 5/18 Thursday, 5/20 ( Homework #6 Due ) Tuesday, 5/25 Thursday, 5/27 ( Homework #7 Due ) uesday 6/1 Tuesday, 6/1 Thursday, 6/3 ( Homework #8 Due )
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234 Catalog Description 234A. Applied Electromagnetics I (3) Lecture—3 hours. Prerequisite: Electrical and Computer Engineering 130B or the equivalent. Electrostatics; Gauss’s law, potentials, fields, boundary value problems, multiple pole expansions, dielectrics, polarization, capacitance, energy, torque, forces, eigenfunction expansions. Magnostatics; Biot-Savart law, Ampere’s law, vector
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