EI1220 Electromagnetic Theory E 10.5 credits

Teoretisk elektroteknik E

This is a first cycle course in electromagnetic and electrodynamic theory and it includes electrostatics, magnetostatics, induction, plane waves and radiation and other properties from dipole-antennas.
  • Education cycle

    First cycle
  • Main field of study

    Technology
  • Grading scale

    A, B, C, D, E, FX, F

Course offerings

Autumn 19 CELTE for programme students

  • Periods

    Autumn 19 P1 (3.0 credits), P2 (7.5 credits)

  • Application code

    50787

  • Start date

    16/09/2019

  • End date

    14/01/2020

  • Language of instruction

    Swedish

  • Campus

    KTH Campus

  • Tutoring time

    Daytime

  • Form of study

    Normal

  • Number of places

    No limitation

  • Course responsible

    Lars Jonsson <ljonsson@kth.se>

  • Teacher

    Lars Jonsson <ljonsson@kth.se>

  • Target group

    Compulsory for the Degree Program in Electrical Engineering (CELTE).

  • Part of programme

Autumn 18 CELTE for programme students

Intended learning outcomes

General goals

After the course the student shall from a description of a situation that leads to an electromagnetic field problems be able to

  • use their conceptual understanding of the electromagnetic laws in order to qualitatively describe the behavior of the solution to the problem
  • use their ability to manage the electromagnetic laws to, in simple situations, set up a computational model and perform the necessary calculations: select appropriate methods; make appropriate approximations; plausibility assess the results

Concrete goals

  1. define electric and magnetic fields according to their force effect
  2. explain the physical meanings of the differential equations for electrostatic and magnetostatic fields
  3. calculate the electric field from the stationary charge distributions and magnetic fields from steady current distributions
  4. solve simple electrostatic boundary value problems
  5. describe and use simple models of electric and magnetic field interactions with materials
  6. explain the concept of electromotive force
  7. write down Maxwell's equations and explain their physical meanings
  8. analyze how energy is transported in an electromagnetic field
  9. analyze the propagation, reflection and transmission of plane waves under normal incidence
  10. calculate the radiation fields from electric and magnetic dipoles

Course main content

  • Coulomb's law; electric field E; charge distributions; Gauss' law
  • scalarpotential; electrostatic energy; leader; capacitance
  • method of images
  • electricdipole; polarization; bound charges; D field; dielectrics; permittivity
  • current density; conductivity; resistance; Joule's law
  • Biot-Savart law, magnetic field B; continuity equation; Ampere's law; vector potential
  • magnetic dipole; magnetization; bound current densities; H-field; permeability
  • electromotive force; induction; inductance; magnetic energy
  • Maxwell´s equations; Poynting´s theorem
  • wave equation; plane waves; complex fields; plane waves in materials; reflection and transmission
  • electric and magnetic dipole antennas

Disposition

Lectures and tutorial exercises.

Eligibility

Corresponding to the courses for the master of science program in Electrical Engineering in

  • Linear algebra
  • Differential and integral calculus, in one and several variables
  • Electrical circuit analysis
  • Vector analysis

Recommended prerequisites

Thorough knowledge of 1st year course in mathematics.

Literature

Examination

  • TEND - Partial exam, 3.0, grading scale: A, B, C, D, E, FX, F
  • TENE - Partial exam, 3.5, grading scale: A, B, C, D, E, FX, F
  • TENM - Partial exam, 4.0, grading scale: A, B, C, D, E, FX, F

Requirements for final grade

Passed in all examination moments.

Offered by

EECS/Electrical Energy Engineering

Contact

Lars Jonsson

Examiner

Lars Jonsson <ljonsson@kth.se>

Add-on studies

EI1222 Electromagnetic Theory E, Continuation Course

Version

Course syllabus valid from: Spring 2019.
Examination information valid from: Autumn 2019.