# Engineering Electromagnetics (EEE1004)

# Credits : 4

# NOTE:

Applied engineering electromagnetics is the study of those aspects of electrical engineering in situations in which the electromagnetic properties of materials and the geometry in which those materials are arranged is important.

MODULE 1

MODULE 2

MODULE 3

Different current flow mechanisms – Continuity equation and relaxation time - Boundary conditions – Laplace and Poisson’s equations - Solutions – Analytical Methods – Variables separable methods – Method of images – Numerical Techniques - Finite Difference Method – Electrostatic Energy – Capacitance Calculations 13 - 15

MODULE 4

MODULE 5

Faraday’s law – Lenz’s Law – Maxwell’s equations – Displacement current – Maxwell’s Equations in Final Forms – Time Varying Fields - Relation between field theory and circuit theory 21

MODULE 6

MODULE 8