EEE261
Electromagnetic Theory
SPRING 2010
BCE 4 B
Wed &Thursday
Waqar Ishaq
Assistant Professor
General Information - 1
Office Hours
Tuesdays :10:00 12:00 p.m.
Exam and Homework Answers
For problems set, most marks will be given for the
solution proce
ELECTROMAGNETIC
FIELDS THEORY
CHAPTER 2
Electrostatic Fields:
Electric flux and electric flux density
& Gauss's law
In this chapter you will learn
Electrostatic Fields
-Charge, charge density
-Coulomb's law
-Electric field intensity
- Electric flux and el
What if the line charge is not
along the z-axis?
Line Charge
z
P(x, y, z)
R
x
dl
(0, y, 0)
(0, y, 0)
y
What if the line is not along any
axis?
Example
A uniform line charge of 16 nC/m is located along
the line defined by
y = 2, z = 5. If = 0.
Find E at P(
ELECTROMAGNETIC
FIELDS THEORY
CHAPTER 2
Electrostatic Fields:
Electric Field Intensity
In this chapter you will learn.
Electrostatic Fields
-Charge, charge density
-Coulomb's law
-Electric field intensity
- Electric flux and electric flux density
-Gauss's
ELECTROMAGNETIC
FIELDS THEORY
CHAPTER 2
Electrostatic Fields
In this chapter you will learn.
Electrostatic Fields
-Charge, charge density
-Coulomb's law
-Electric field intensity
- Electric flux and electric flux density
-Gauss's law
-Divergence and Diver
Lecture Outline
Unit Vectors
More on Unit Vectors 1
More on Unit Vectors 2
More on Unit Vectors 3
Vectors in RCS
Vectors in CCS
Vectors in SCS
Vector Transformations 1
Vector Transformations 2
Vector Transformations 3
Vector Transformations 4
Question?
Lecture Outline
CCS
SCS
Transformation from RCS to CCS
Transformation from CCS to SCS
Differential Elements
Cylindrical Coordinates
Very convenient when dealing with problems
having cylindrical symmetry.
A point P in cylindrical coordinates is
represent
Lecture Outline
CCS
SCS
Transformation from RCS to CCS
Transformation from CCS to SCS
Differential Elements
Cylindrical Coordinates
Very convenient when dealing with problems
having cylindrical symmetry.
A point P in cylindrical coordinates is
represent
Vector Product
The cross (or vector) product of two
vectors A and B, written as is defined as
A B =| A | B | sin AB a N
where a a unit vector perpendicular to the
plane that contains the two vectors. The
direction of aN is taken as the direction of
the r
ELECTROMAGNETIC
FIELDS THEORY
CHAPTER 2
Electrostatic Fields:
Electric flux and electric flux density
& Gauss's law
In this chapter you will learn
Electrostatic Fields
-Charge, charge density
-Coulomb's law
-Electric field intensity
- Electric flux and el