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Analytical Methods for Electromagnetics Engineering (E C E 219) Syllabus
Course Learning Outcomes
    Course Learning Outcome
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    Students will be able to apply vector calculus operations and concepts to the computation of electromagnetic quantities, including total charge and currents (from densities), work on charges in electric fields, circulation of magnetic fields, and electrostatic potential.
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Analytical Methods for Electromagnetics Engineering
E C E 219 ( 1 Credits )
Description
Reviews basic calculations in electromagnetic engineering upon which all higher level concepts and physical model construction are based. It emphasizes quantitative calculation mastery in three spatial dimensions and/or time-frequency analysis. Applies analysis tools from vector calculus and complex exponentials to the calculation and prediction of electrical system properties. Examples include calculating electric and magnetic fields, electric potentials, or electric flux from change or current sources, and calculating the amplitudes and phases of electric or magnetic fields due to time-oscillating sources.
Prerequisite(s)
Math 234 or concurrent registration; ECE 203 or concurrent registration
Department: ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGR
College: College of Engineering
Instructor
Instructor Name
Instructor Campus Address
instructorEmail@emailaddress.edu
Contact Hours
2
Course Coordinator
Booske, John H
Text book, title, author, and year
"ECE 219 Course Notes and Online video lecturettes", 2012
Supplemental Materials
None
Required / Elective / Selected Elective
Required
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Brief List of Topics to be Covered
  1.  Orthogonal coordinate systems and transformations
  2.  Infinitesimals and their use in modeling electromagnetic systems
  3.  Calculating total charge from charge distributions
  4.  Calculating electric fields from charge distributions
  5.  Line integrals, work and circulation of electric and magnetic fields
  6.  Flux of electric and magnetic fields and calculation of currents.
  7. Partial derivatives and gradients
  8.  Divergence of electric and magnetic fields
  9.  Curl of electric and magnetic fields
  10.  Differential forms of static electric and magnetic field postulates
  11.  Electrostatic potential function and the electric field
  12.  Calculating electric potential from voltages on surfaces
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