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ESE 330 - Engineering Electromagnetics I: Fundamentals Course Description: Electromagnetic theory as applied to electrical engineering: vector calculus and orthogonal coordinate systems; electrostatics and magnetostatics; Maxwell's equations, including Poynting's theorem and boundary conditions; uniform plane-wave propagation; transmission lines - TEM modes, including treatment of general, lossless line, and pulse propagation; introduction to guided waves; introduction to radiation and scattering concepts. _____________________________________________________________________________________ Prerequisite: ESE 317 or equivalent Credit: 3 Units (2 engineering science; 1 engineering design) Textbook: Field and Wave Electromagnetics, Second Edition, 1992, David K. Cheng Syllabus: Math Review. Vector addition and multiplication, coordinate systems, circulation and flux, divergence, gradient, curl, vector identities, divergence theorem, Stoke's Theorem. (reading & homework, 0.5 week) Electrostatics/Magnetostatics. Charge configurations, Coulomb's law, E field, electrostatic potential, Gauss's law, dielectrics, boundary conditions, Poisson's and Laplace's equations, electric current, Biot-Savart's law, H field, Ampere's law, magnetic materials, force and torque, resistors, capacitors, and inductors. (2.0 weeks) Dynamics. Field quantities, Faraday's law, curl H, Maxwell's equations, boundary conditions, potential and wave functions, time-harmonic fields. (2.0 weeks) Plane Waves. Undamped uniform plane waves, wavelength, phase velocity, power density, Poynting's theorem, wave impedance, Poynting's theorem, uniform damped plane waves, reflection (normal incidence (2.0 weeks) Transmission Lines. Parallel plane wave guide, general lossless line, equivalent circuit, V-I Solutions for the lossless line, VSWR, impedance definitions, matching, pulses on a lossless line. (2.5 weeks) Wave Guides. Characteristics of guided waves expressed in terms of parallel-plate and rectangular wave guide; resonators. (2. weeks) Radiation and Antennas. Radiation from elemental dipole, antenna terminology, linear arrays. (2. weeks) ____________________________________________________________________________________ Instructor: Prof. Barry E. Spielman Phone: 314-935-6162; Fax: 314-935-3248; Email: [email protected] Office: Bryan 221 (By appointment ) Help sessions: TBA Lectures to be held in: Lopata 101 Course web page URL http://classes.engineering.wustl.edu/ese330/ Grade weighting: Homework Quiz Exam Final Exam 20% 10% 30% 40%