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ELECTROMAGNETICS

THEORY
Chapters 1-4
Prof. Eko Tjipto Rahardjo, PhD.
Prof. dr. Leo P. Ligthart FIEEE, FIET
Text book
• S. M. Wentworth, “Fundamentals of
Electromagnetics with Engineering
Applications,” John Wiley and Sons, 2005
Contents
• Introduction
• Electrostatics
– Vector and Coordinate Systems
– Coulomb’s Law and Charge
– Electric Flux
– Gauss’s Law and Applications
– Divergence
– Electric Potential and Gradient
– Conductor and Ohm’s Law
– Dielectric
– Boundary Condition
– Capacitance
Contents
• Magnetostatics
– Magnetic Fields and Cross Product
– Biot Savart’s Law
– Ampere’s Law and Curl
– Magnetic Flux Density
– Magnetic Force
– Magnetic Materials
– Boundary Condition
– Inductance and Magnetic Energy
– Magnetic Circuits
• Dynamic Fields
– Current and Waves
Contents
– Faraday’s Law and Transformer EMF
– Faraday’s Law and Motional EMF
– Displacement Current
– Maxwell’s Equations
– TEM Waves
– Time Harmonic Fields and Phasors
• Plane Waves (not presented)
– General Wave Equation
– Propagation in Lossless and Charge-free media
– Propagation in Dielectric
– Propagation in Conductor
– Poynting Theorem
– Polarization
– Reflection and Transmission at Normal
Incidence
– Reflection and Transmission at Oblique
Incidence
• Applied Electromagnetics (not presented)
– This chapter might covers one selected topic
such as Transmission Lines, Waveguide or
Antenna
• End
Chapter 1
• Learning objectives
– Introduce the electromagnetic spectrum
– Explain how electromagnetic is fundamental to
wireless communication
– Provide guidelines for numeric precision and
handling of dimensions
• EM plays a role in daily life
Figure 1-1 (p. 2)
The key historical events in
electromagnetics.

Fundamentals of Electromagnetics With Engineering Applications by Stuart M. Wentworth


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wavelength
Figure 1-2 (p. 3)
The electromagnetic spectrum.

C=f
 = c/f

frequency

Fundamentals of Electromagnetics With Engineering Applications by Stuart M. Wentworth


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Wireless communications

Figure 1-3 (p. 4)


Hexagonal cell tower grid. The two shaded grids can use the same frequencies.

Fundamentals of Electromagnetics With Engineering Applications by Stuart M. Wentworth


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Different frequencies
Tx/Rx for simultaneous use

displaying

Figure 1-4 (p. 5)


Typical cellular telephone system.

Fundamentals of Electromagnetics With Engineering Applications by Stuart M. Wentworth


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Significant
figures

Table 1-1 (p. 6)


Engineering Notation Prefixes

Fundamentals of Electromagnetics With Engineering Applications by Stuart M. Wentworth


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