Boundary Value Methods in Electromagnetics

 

Programme of Lectures

 

Programme of Recitations

 

Programme of Laboratories

 

Relative Links

 

Administrative matters



Home

 

University
School of Science, Engineering and Technology

Electrical Engineering
Boundary Value Methods in Electromagnetics
Semester

 

Lecture: , Room: 
Recitation: 
Laboratory: Simulation Laboratory for Electromagnetics and Applications, Room: 

Instructor: Prof.  B. Panoutsopoulos
Office: Room: 
Office Hours: 

Electronic mail: PanoutsopoulosB@psu.edu
Telephone:  
Facsimile:  

Personal web site: 

()

 

Catalog Course Description:

BOUNDARY VALUE METHODS OF ELECTROMAGNETICS (3)
Theory and application of boundary value problems in engineering electromagnetics; topics include microwave and optical waveguides, radiation, and scattering.
Prerequisites: 


Analytical Schedule of Recitations

1st week

Topics:

A proposed resolution process for applied problems in Physics and Mathematics

 

Basic Points:

STEP 1: Identify the quantity or quantities the problem asks for.
STEP 2: Identify an expression that provides the unknown quantity.
STEP 3: If the expression has to the left the unknown quantity and to the right all known quantities you have the general expression that gives you the quantity asked for.

If the expression has to the right an unknown quantity, write another formula that provides the unknown quantity in terms of other quantities. Continue the process until all quantities to the right are known.

Step 4: Now you have the general expression that gives you the quantity asked for in symbolic form.

Step 5: Graph of the general solution

Step 6: Now substitute the numerical values along with the unit of measurement. (If a numerical answer is required.)

Step 7: Perform the operation with the numerical values and units. Report the result in the form numerical value with unit.

Note the three step (three lines resolution process from the general expression to the numerical result.)

Step 8: Investigation of the final solution (Step 4 and 7)

 

 

Examples:

Applications:

 

Homework:

 

References:

 


Basic Points:

Using computer algebra packages (Mathematica, Matlab, MathCad)

 

Examples:

Applications:

 

Homework:

 

References:

 


Basic Points:

Homework Format Guidelines

 

1. Homework is to be turned in on Letter size (8*11) plain paper.

Please do not use any other kind of paper.

2. Clearly print students [Student number], [First Name], [Last Name] on top of the first page.

Please use the name exactly as shown on the class roll.

3. Homework should be stapled.

Please do not glue, clip, or fold your homework.

Loose pages will not be accepted.

4. Homework should be done on one side of paper only.

Writing should be legible. 

The steps should be clear if would like the grader to understand the process of your thoughts.

5. If there are sub-problems in one homework problem, answers to each sub-problem should be worked on in order, separately.

Physical quantities have units of measurements, include them.

6. Homework should be done using current technology tools.

All guidelines should be followed exactly for grading accuracy and efficiency.

Your cooperation will certainly be appreciated!

 

Examples:

Applications:

 

Homework:

 

References:

 

 

2nd week

Topics:

Vector Algebra

Addition - Subtraction

Inner multiplication - Outer multiplication

Coordinate Systems

Cartesian

Circular Cylindrical

Spherical

Element of length

Element of surface

Element of volume

 

Vector calculus

Plot of:

Scalar functions

Vector functions

iso- lines

Gradient of a function

Divergence of a function

Rotation of a function

Methodology:

Basic Points:

Examples:

Applications:

 

Review Questions:

 

Homework:

 

References:

3th week

Solution of Electromagnetic theory problems

Methodology:

Techniques for the solution of problems 

 

Topics:

Basic Points:

Examples:

Applications:

 

Homework:

 

References:

4th week

Topics:

Methodology:

Basic Points:

Examples:

Applications:

 

Homework:

 

References:

5th week

Solution of Electrostatics and Quazi - electrostatics problems

Topics:

Methodology:

Basic Points:

Examples:

Applications:

 

Homework:

 

References:

6th week

Topics:

Methodology:

Basic Points:

Examples:

Applications:

 

Homework:

 

References:

7th week

Topics:

Methodology:

Basic Points:

Examples:

Applications:

 

Homework:

 

References:

8th week

Topics:

Methodology:

Basic Points:

Examples:

Applications:

 

Homework:

 

References:

9th week

Solution of Magnetostatics and Quazi - magnetostatics problems

Topics:

Methodology:

Basic Points:

Examples:

Applications:

 

Homework:

 

References:

10th week

Topics:

Methodology:

Basic Points:

Examples:

Applications:

 

Homework:

 

References:

11th week

Topics:

Methodology:

Basic Points:

Examples:

Applications:

 

Homework:

 

References:

12th week

Topics:

Methodology:

Basic Points:

Examples:

Applications:

 

Homework:

 

References:

13th week

Topics:

Methodology:

Basic Points:

Examples:

Applications:

 

Homework:

 

References:

14th week

Topics:

Methodology:

Basic Points:

Examples:

Applications:

 

Homework:

 

References:

15th week

Review:

 

Topics:

 

Methodology:

 

Basic Points:

 

Examples:

 

Applications:

Homework:

 

References:

16th week

Final examination