E E 325 - Syllabus - EE325 ELECTROMAGNETIC ENGINEERING I...

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1 EE325 ELECTROMAGNETIC ENGINEERING I ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT Spring 2011 Instructor: Professor Ray Chen, Phone 471-1815 Office Hour: Monday and Wednesday, 1:30 to 3:00 PM, ENS 617B Time And Place: Monday and Wednesday,, 3:00-4:30 PM, RLM 5.104 Textbook: William H. Hayt and John Buck, Engineering Electromagnetics (8 th Edition) Prerequisites: Physics 303L, 103N, and Mathematics 427K with a grade of at least C- in each, and credit with a grade of at least C- or registration for Mathematics 427L TA: Yi Zou, yzou@mail.utexas.edu COURSE OBJECTIVES This course provides an introduction to electromagnetic theory and principles. Electromagnetics, or "field theory" provides the fundamental basis for many subfields of electrical and computer engineering. Electromagnetics is the foundation for optoelectronics, telecommunications, computer engineering, solid state electronics, microwave electronics and other EE areas. The objectives of this course are to develop an in-depth understanding of * Electric fields, electric energy and potentials * Concepts of dielectrics and capacitance * Magnetic fields, magnetic energy, flux, forces
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