About Course
Electromagnetics Theory is a core course in the Electrical Engineering curriculum. The course covers static and dynamic electric and magnetic fields and their interaction. Major topics include Electromagnetic Waves, Transmission Lines, Waveguides, and Antenna fundamentals. In addition, quasistatic analysis and numerical methods are also discussed.
Electromagnetic covers the basic principles of electromagnetism: experimental basis, electrostatics, magnetic fields of steady currents, motional e.m.f. and electromagnetic induction, Maxwell’s equations, propagation and radiation of electromagnetic waves, electric and magnetic properties of matter, and conservation laws. This is a graduatelevel subject that uses appropriate mathematics but whose emphasis is on physical phenomena and principles.
Course Content
Electromagnetics Theory

Biot Savart law for magnetic field intensity
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Example on boundary conditions for Magnetic field
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Magnetic Dipole Moment, Magnetization, Magnetic Susceptibility and Permeability
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Electromagnetic wave in free space and Electromagnetic wave in medium
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Wave equation in Electromagnetic wave
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Plane Electromagnetic wave in medium
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Skin Effect
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Intrinsic Impedance
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Loss tangent of medium
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Poynting theorem
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Example on Electromagnetic wave and Poynting theorem
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Boundary conditions for Magnetic field
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Lorentz force equation, Force due to Electric field and Magnetic field on moving charge
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Ampere circuit law for magnetic field intensity
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Maxwell’s 3rd equation with integral and differential or point form
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Magnetic field and Magnetic field intensity
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Magnetic Flux
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Gauss’s law for magnetic field
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Maxwell’s 4th equation with integral and differential or point form
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Faraday’s law
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Maxwell’s equations for Electromagnetics
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Solenoid and Magnetic field due to solenoid
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Toroid and Magnetic field due to Toroid
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Example on magnetic field due to current carrying wire
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Retarded Potential, Antenna Parameters in Antenna and Wave Propagation
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Transmission Lines
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Transmission Line Examples for Characteristics Impedance
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Transmission Line Example for VSWR
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Example of Losses in Transmission Line
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Mathematics of Smith Chart, How Smith Chart Constructed in Microwave Engineering
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Finding of Z, Y, VSWR and Reflection Coefficient in Smith Chart
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Maxima and Minima Position by Smith Chart
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Smith Chart Examples, Smith Chart for Transmission Line
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Transmission Line Example for Single Stub matching
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Parallel Single Stub Matching by Smith Chart
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Series Single Stub matching by Smith Chart
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Limitations of Transmission Line
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Single Stub Matching, Length & Position of Stub, Microwave, Transmission Line
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Transmission Line equivalent circuit and characteristics impedance in Microwave
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Voltage and current equations in transmission line, Transmission Line Equations
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Reflection Coefficient in Microwave Engineering
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Standing waves in transmission line, Voltage Standing wave ratio, VSWR
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Line Impedance & Input Impedance of Transmission Line in Microwave Engineering
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Transmittance Coefficient in Transmission Line in Microwave Engineering
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What is VSWR in Transmission line in Microwave
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Phase Generation in Transmission line by Microwave
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Microwave effects on transmission line in Microwave Engineering
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Transmission Line Losses in Microwave Engineering
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Single Stub Matching using Smith Chart
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Image theory of charges
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Basics of Vector, Resultant of Vectors, Law of Parallelogram, Law of Triangle & Law of Polygon
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Coulomb’s Law
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1. Examples based on Coulomb’s Law
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2. Examples based on Coulomb’s Law
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Electric Field due to point charge
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Examples of Electric field due to point charge
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Examples on Electric Field due to point charge
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Examples of Electric field for charges located on triangle
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Line Charge Density, Surface Charge Density and Volume Charge Density
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Examples based on Line Charge Density, Surface Charge Density and Volume Charge Density
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Examples due to Volume Charge Density
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Spherical Coordinate System Line
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Spherical Coordinate System
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Dot Product of vectors, Cross Product of vectors & Properties of Dot Product and Cross Product
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Cartesian Coordinate System and Projection of Vector
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Gradient, Divergence and Curl of function
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Gauss Divergence Theorem
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Stokes Theorem
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Example based on Divergence Theorem
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Example based on Stokes theorem
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Cylindrical Coordinate System and Conversion of Cartesian point into Cylindrical point & Visaversa
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Cartesian Vector to Cylindrical Vector Conversion
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Cylindrical Coordinate System line
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Electric field due to line charge density
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Examples of Electric field due to line charge density
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Electric field due to Surface Charge Density
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Potential due to Dipole
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Examples based on Electric Potential
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Boundary Conditions for Electric field
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Example based on Boundary conditions for electric field
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Parallel Plat Capacitor
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Coaxial Cable Capacitor
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Spherical Capacitor
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Examples on Capacitor
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Continuity of Current
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Poisson’s equation and Laplace equation
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Maxwell’s 2nd equation with Integral form and Differential form or Point Form
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Electric Potential & Electric Potential based on Electric field
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Examples of Electric field due to Surface Charge Density
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Electric Flux Density and Relationship in between Electric field and Electric Flux Density
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Electric Flux
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Gauss’s law for electric field
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Applications of Gauss’s law for electric field
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Maxwell’s 1st equation with Integral and Differential form or point form
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Electric field due to conductive sphere
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Electric Dipole and Dipole Moment
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Electric field due to Dipole, Electric field on dipole axis and Electric field on equator of dipole
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Force and Torque on dipole due to uniform Electric field
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Uniqueness Theorem
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