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Electromagnetics

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T. Tsujioka

Advanced Seminar

Electromagnetics

0. Mathematical Preliminaries

0-1. Vectors and coordinate system

0-2. Vector Calculus

0-2. Vector Calculus

I. Static Electricity

1. Electric Field

1-1. Electric charge, Conductors, Dielectric materials, and Coulomb's law

1-2. Electric field strength, Electric flux density, and Gauss's law

1-3. Electric Scalar Potential, Electric potential energy

2. Conductors and Dielectrics in Electric Field

2-1. Electric capacitors and their configuration

2-2. Electric energy and Force

3. Special Methods for Static Electric Field

3-1. Electric image

3-2. Laplace equation

3-3. 2-D Problems

1-1. Electric charge, Conductors, Dielectric materials, and Coulomb's law

1-2. Electric field strength, Electric flux density, and Gauss's law

1-3. Electric Scalar Potential, Electric potential energy

2. Conductors and Dielectrics in Electric Field

2-1. Electric capacitors and their configuration

2-2. Electric energy and Force

3. Special Methods for Static Electric Field

3-1. Electric image

3-2. Laplace equation

3-3. 2-D Problems

II. Quasi-static Electric Current

4. Electric Charge Flow

4-1. Electric Current and Ohm's law

4-2. Electric circuits, Kirchhoff's law, and Continuity equation of electric charge

4-3. Electric power, Joule's law, and Electro-thermal phenomena

4-1. Electric Current and Ohm's law

4-2. Electric circuits, Kirchhoff's law, and Continuity equation of electric charge

4-3. Electric power, Joule's law, and Electro-thermal phenomena

III. Magnetic Field

5. Magnetic field generated by electric current

5-1. Magnetic field strength, and Ampere's law

5-2. Magnetic flux density, Biot-Savart's law, Magnetic vector potential

5-3. Lorentz's force exerted by static magnetic field

5-4. Magnetization and magnetic materials

5-5. Magnetic circuits

5-1. Magnetic field strength, and Ampere's law

5-2. Magnetic flux density, Biot-Savart's law, Magnetic vector potential

5-3. Lorentz's force exerted by static magnetic field

5-4. Magnetization and magnetic materials

5-5. Magnetic circuits

IV. Electromagnetic Interaction

6. Electromagnetic Induction

6-1. Electromagnetic induction and Faraday's law

6-2. Inductance

6-3. Self- or Mutual-induction, Magnetic energy

6-4. Various Phenomena

6-1. Electromagnetic induction and Faraday's law

6-2. Inductance

6-3. Self- or Mutual-induction, Magnetic energy

6-4. Various Phenomena

V. Alternating Current and Voltage

7. Alternating Current

7-1. AC in Complex Representation

7-2. AC Circuits, Impedance, and Kirchhoff’s law

7-1. AC in Complex Representation

7-2. AC Circuits, Impedance, and Kirchhoff’s law

VI. Electromagnetic Waves

8. EM Waves

8-1. Maxwell’s equations and EM waves

8-2. EM wave guides

8-3. Antennas

8-1. Maxwell’s equations and EM waves

8-2. EM wave guides

8-3. Antennas

VII. Classical Electrodynamics

9. EM fields in static medium

9-1. Maxwell's equations in vacuum

9-3. Motion of charged particles in EM fields

9-2. Magneto-hydrodynamics

9-4. Plasma behavior in EM fields

9-1. Maxwell's equations in vacuum

9-3. Motion of charged particles in EM fields

9-2. Magneto-hydrodynamics

9-4. Plasma behavior in EM fields