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 # Lecture Name 1 Introduction To Vector 2 Introduction To Vector ( Continued) 3 Coulomb's Law 4 Electric Field 5 Electro Static Potential 6 The Gradient 7 Gauss's Law 8 Poisson's Equation 9 Energy In The Field 10 Sample Problems In Electrostatics

 Title: Electromagnetic Fields Department: Electrical Engineering Author: Prof. Harishankar Ramachandran University: IIT Madras Type: video Abstract: Electrostatics 16 1 Scalar and Vector fields 2 2 Coulomb?s Law and concept of Electric Field 2 3 Divergence, the Divergence Theorem and Gauss? Law 2 4 Concept of Electrostatic Potential, Poisson?s Equation 2 5 Energy in the Field, Capacitance 2 6 capacitance of common two-plate capacitors, including two-wire capacitors 2 7 Dielectrics, dielectric boundary conditions 2 8 Solution of Laplace?s Equation and Poisson?s Equation in 1-D. Capacitance calculations with multiple dielectrics 2 Magnetostatics 12 9 Force due to a Magnetic field, Force due to combined Electric and Magnetic fields 2 10 Biot-Savart Law, calculation of Magnetic Field for simple coil configurations 2 Topic Lectures 11 Ampere?s Law 1 12 Magnetic flux, Stokes theorem 2 13 Magnetic materials, magnetic boundary conditions 2 14 Inductance calculations from phi=L*I, for common geometries 2 15 Force on a dipole 1 Slowly Time-Varying Systems 5 16 Frames of reference and motional emf. Faraday?s law 2 17 Stored energy in the magnetic field. The Inductance equation 2 18 Examples from electric machines and transformers 1 Time-Varying Fields 13 19 The Displacement current. Maxwell?s Equation 2 20 The wave equation in 1-Dimension 1 21 Solution of the wave equation. Plane waves 2 22 Wave propagation in vacuum and lossy dielectrics 2 23 Skin depth and frequency dependence of lumped elements 2 24 Energy transport by waves. The Poynting vector 2 25 Reflection at boundaries. Normal incidence formula. Impedence matching. 2 Total 46 References 1. Principles and Applications of Electromagnetic Fields - Plonsey, R. and COllin, R.E., McGraw Hill. 1961. 2. Engineering Electromagnetics - William H. Hayt, Jr. Fifth Edition. TMH.1999.