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Electromagnetic Fields and Devices I

by: Sarina Wintheiser

Electromagnetic Fields and Devices I ECE 341

Sarina Wintheiser
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sarina Wintheiser on Tuesday September 22, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ECE 341 at Colorado State University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 30 views. For similar materials see /class/210305/ece-341-colorado-state-university in ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING at Colorado State University.

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Date Created: 09/22/15
ECE 341 Electromagnetic Fields IN Mathematics Can solve integrals take derivatives and solve differential equations by classical analytical techniques Can use vector algebra in threedimensional problems in space Can use standard orthogonal coordinate systems Has working knowledge ofgeometry and trigonometr Understands basics of vector calculus Has command of complex algebra Circuit Theorv Can analyze linear circuits with timeinvariant currents Can analyze RLC circuits in timeharmonic regime Has comma ower and energy relations for circuit elements in both instantaneous and time average forms Can analyze electric circuits with timeharmonic currents using phasors and complex variables thsics and Enqineerinq Understands basics of electricity and magnetism Can use Coulomb39s law and BiotSavart law to compute electric and magnetic elds due to simple charge and current distributions Can use Maxwell s equations in integral form to solve simple electric and magnetic eld problems Has command of basic mechanical principles and relations in motion force energy work rotation torque and e uilibrium Has engineering problemsolving skills Understands algorithmic and modular approach to problems in engineering V Concepts Electric and magnetic fields in free space Maxwell s equations in integral form and applications Maxwell s equations in differential form and applications Electromagnetic boundary conditions and applications Electromagnetic potentials Electromagnetic energy storage and powertransfer Poynting s theorem Fields in arbitrary electromagnetic media Analysis and characterization of timeinvariant and lowfrequency electromagnetic devices and systems Evaluation of capacitance external and internal inductance lowfrequency resistance and leakage conductance Applications Electronics Power systems Electromagnetic compatibility Modeling of transmission lines Communications Computer engineerin Computational electromagnetics Tools Vector algebra Vector calculus Complex algebra Prerequisites a MATH 340 or 345 and PHY142 As of 12908 OUT Maxwell s Equations Can use Maxwell s equations in integral and differential forms and boundary conditions to solve complex static and dynamic electromagnetic eld problems an 39 muu relectric and quot r of material media in relation with eld equations I 4 r 4 r 4 r r be exploited in engineering applications Understands and appreciates EM eld theory as a foundation of circuit theory and electrical engineering as a whole EM Field Computation Can solve realistic electromagnetic eld problems utilizing physical conceptual reasoning and mathematical synthesis of solutions and not pure formulaic solvin Ca 39 ua39 and magnetic elds and understand associated abstract eld phenomena an nalyze t39m ic lectromagnetic elds using 0 m l r Equot 3 phasors and complex variables Can geometrically represent and spatially visualize three dimensional structures EM Enerqv and Power Understands fundamentals of energy storage and power transfer Can apply Poynting s theorem to discuss power balance in electromagnetic sy ems EM devices and svstems a Can compute and analyze potentials and elds in time invariant and lowfrequency EM devices and systems of various shapes and material compositions Can evaluate capacitance external and internal inductance c reiinriceand39 39 a 4 EM structures Understands limitations of circuit theory as an approximation of eld theory and can relate them to problems and issues in designs of devices and systems


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