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# 2012

## ANU College of Engineering & Technology

Department of
Electronics & Communication Engineering

## Subject: Electromagnetic Field Theory &

Transmission Lines
B. Tech IInd Year I Semester

Faculty:
Mr. S NagaKishore Bhavanam
Assistant Professor
ANU College of Engineering & Technology
Guntur - 522 510
Hello: +91-99895 41444
Email: kishore.ece.anu@gmail.com
ANU College of Engineering & Technology
Acharya Nagarjuna University
Nagarjuna Nagar, Guntur 522 510
www.anu.ac.in

CONTENTS
TOPIC

Pg.No

## 1. Introduction about Electromagnetics .. 1

2. Vector AnalysiS.. 1
Unit vector 1B
Position & Distance Vectors .. 2B
Vector Multiplication .. 2B
Dot Product.. 3
Cross Product.. 3
Scalar Triple Product... 3
Vector Triple Product..3B
Properties of Dot Product 3B
3. Coordinate Systems: Orthogonal 4
Cartesian Coordinates. 4
Circular Cylindrical Coordinates 4
Spherical Coordinates. 4B
4. Differentiation: The operator

## 5. International System of Units. 6

Elemental Units6
Derived Units...... 6

ELECTROSTATICS
6. Introduction

7. Coulombs Law..

## 8. Electric Field Intensity 8B

9. Problems. 9
10. Field due to a Continuous charge Distribution.

10

10B

11

13. Examples

11B

## 14. Applications of Gauss Law

12

Point charge. 12
Infinite Line charge.. 12B
15. Electric potential.. 13
16. Problems.. 14
17. Relationship between E & V..

15

## 18. Problems.. 15B

19. Energy density. 16
20. Problems.. 18
21. Convection & conduction currents

18B

## 22. Dielectric constant.. 20

23. Linear, Isotropic & Homogeneous Dielectrics..

20

## 24. Continuity Equation 20B

25. Relaxation Time.. 21
26. Example 22
27. Poissons and Lapalace Equations.. 22
28. Capacitance.. 23
Parallel Plate Capacitor 23B
Coaxial Capacitor 24B
Spherical capacitor.. 25

MAGNETOSTATICS
29. Introduction.. 26
30. Biot-Savarts Law 26
31. Amperes Circuit Law. 27
32. Applications of Amperes Law..

28

## Infinite Line Current 28

Infinite Sheet of Current.29
Infinitely Long Coaxial Transmission Line 29B

## 33. Magnetic Flux Density. 31

34. Maxwell Equations for Electrostatic & Magnetostatic Fields 31B
35. Magnetic Scalar & vector Potentials 32
36. Force due to Magnetic Fields:. 33
Force on a charged particle. 33
Force on a current element.

34

34B

## 37. Inductances. 35B

38. Magnetic Energy.. 37B

## MAXWELL EQUATIONS (TIME VARYING FIELDS)

39. Introduction. 39
41. Transformer EMF. 40
42. Inconsistency of Amperes Law. 40B
43. Displacement Current Density 41B
44. Maxwells Equations in differential Final Forms..

42

43

## 46. Word Statements of the Field equations. 46

EM Wave Characteristics I
47. Introduction. 47
48. Wave equation for a conducting medium.

47

50. Uniform Plane Waves. 49B
51. Relation between E & H in a uniform plane wave...

50B

## 52. Sinusoidal time variations 52

53. Wave propagation in a lossless medium

53B

## 54. Wave propagation in a conducting medium 54

55. Conductors and Dielectrics... 55

## 56. Wave Propagation in good dielectrics. 55B

57. Wave Propagation in good Conductors.. 57
58. Depth of Penetration 57B
59. Polarization.. 58
Linear Polarization 58
Elliptical Polarization 58
Circular Polarization 58B

EM Wave Characteristics II
60. Reflection by a perfect Conductor Normal Incidence.. 59
61. Reflection by a Perfect Conductor Oblique Incidence..

61

64

65B

## 64. Brewster Angle. 67B

65. Total Internal Reflection.. 68B
66. Surface Impedance.. 69
67. Poynting Theorem.. 71
68. Poynting Vector 72B
69. Reactive Power 73
70. Power Loss in a Plane Conductor 74

Magnetostatics