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Unit I ELECTROSTATICS I
1 BALAJI INSTITUTE
Introduction OF ENGINEERING & SCIENCES
to vector analysis
5 1.1 Columbs law
6 Laknepally(V), Narsampet(M),Warangal
1.2 Electric field intensity
7 1.3 Fields due to OF
different charge distributions
DEPARTMENT ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
8 1.4 Electric field density
1.5 Gaus law and applicationsLECTURE SCHEDULE
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Subject:
10 EMTL1.6 Electric potential Academic Year: 2013 - 14
11 1.7 Relation between E and V
Year & Branch: II B.Tech., II Semester, ECE Faculty: K.LOKESH
12 1.8 Maxwell’s two equations for electrostatic fields
No.13 1.9per
of Periods Problems
Week: 05 Regulation: R09
14 Slip test
Unit II (14) ELECTROSTATICS II
15 2.1 Convection and Conduction currents
16 2.2 Dielectric constant
2.3 Isotropic and Homogenous Dielectrics
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2.4 Continuity equation
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19 2.5 Relaxation time
20 2.6 Poisson’s and Laplace’s equations
21 2.7 Capacitance-Parallel plate
22 2.8 Coaxial
23 2.9 Problems
24 Slip test
Unit III MAGNETOSTATICS
25 3.1 Biot-Savart’s Law
3.2 Ampere’s Circuital law and applications
26 3.3 Magnetic Flux density
27 3.4 Maxwell’s two equations for Magnetostatic fields
28 3.5 Magnetic scalar and vector potentials
29 3.6 Forces due to magnetic fields

30 3.7 Ampere’s force law


31 3.8 Inductance and Magnetic energy
3.9 problems
33 Slip test
Unit IV MAXWELL’S EQUATION
34 4.1 Faraday’s law and Transformer emf
4.2 Inconsistency of Ampere’s law and displacement current density
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36 43 Maxwell’s equations inn differential forms and word statements
4.4 Conditions at boundary surface
37 4.4.1 Dielectric-dielectric
4.4.2 Dielectric and conductor interfaces
38 Slip test
39 Unit V EM WAVE CHARECTERSTICS
5.1 Wave equations for conducting and perfect electric media
5.2 Uniform plane waves
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41 5.3 All relations between E and H
42 5.4 Sinusoidal Variations

5.5 Wave propagation in Lossless and conducting media


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44 5.6 Conductors and Dielectrics and characterization
45 5.7 Wave propagation in good conductors and good dielectrics
Text Books:

1. Elements of electromagnetic – Matthew sadiku

2. Electromagnetic waves and radiating systems– E.C. Jordan and K.G. Balman

References:

1. Engineering electromagnetic-Nathen Ida

2. Engineering electromagnetic – WilliamH. Hayat, 2005

3. Network, lines and fields – JohnD.Ryder.

HOD, ECE PRINCIPAL