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EE 3500 - EM Fields and Waves


Prerequisite(s): MA 2200, EE 3100 or concurrent registration.
The study of electromagnetic fields emphasizing forms of Maxwell’s equations of particular interest in engineering applications. The physical sources of electromagnetic fields and vector mathematics are reviewed. A review of static fields precedes the introduction of the concept of quasistatic fields. Quasistatic fields are related to lumped circuits. A brief review of phasor notation from AC circuit analysis is used to introduce time-harmonic electromagnetic fields. Wave solutions are developed for time-harmonic fields. Energy storage, power flow, and impedance are emphasized to provide a foundation for use of these concepts in various electrical engineering areas. 3 credits. (3 plus 0) Credit(s): 3 (3 plus 0)



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