The crash course in electromagnetics aims to give the students who do not have a background in this subject a brief introduction to it. The course is voluntary and there is no need for signing up. There will be no exam or compulsory exercises.
|Monday 3/8||09.15-12.00||EL3||Maxwell's equations, Coulomb's law, Vector calculus|
|Tuesday 4/8||09.15-12.00||EL3||Vector calculus, Gauss' law, scalar potential, Capacitance|
|Wednesday 5/8||09.15-12.00||EL3||Exercise session|
|Thursday 6/8||09.15-12.00||EL3||Electric fields in media, Boundary conditions for electric fields, Ideal conductors,|
Current density, Ohm's law
|Friday 7/8||09.15-12.00||EL3||Biot-Savart’s law, Ampere’s law|
|Wednesday 12/8||09.15-12.00||EL3||Magnetic fields in media, Induction, Inductance, Lenz’s law|
|Thursday 13/8||09.15-12.00||EL3||Wave equation for the electric field, Maxwell's equations, Antenna equations|
Office: Elektro E/F, F414
The lecture notes, exercises and solutions will be uploaded on schedule. We will be mainly using the material from previous years. Below are some additional resources:
- TFE4120 Elektromagnetisme (NTNU, 2013)
- Electromagnetism (Yale, 2010) (English)
- The Feynman Lectures on Physics: http://www.feynmanlectures.caltech.edu/
- Griffiths, “Introduction to Electrodynamics”, last edition, Prentice Hall.
- Young & Freedman: University Physics.
- Popovic & Popovic, “Introductory Electromagnetics” Prentice Hall, 2000.