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Electromagnetics (EC341)

University/Academy: Arab Academy for Science, Technology & Maritime TransportFaculty/Institute: College of Engineering & TechnologyProgram: B.Sc. in Electronics & Communications EngineeringForm no. (12): Course Specification1- Course DataCourse Code: EC 341 Course Title: Electromagnetics Academic Year/Level: 3th year / 6th semesterSpecialization: Electronics & Comm. Eng. No. of Instructional Units (hrs.) Prerequisite: Credit 3 Lecture 2 Tutorial 2 Practical 0 BA114 & BA224 Contact 4 2- Course AimThe course provides: Concise treatment of vector analysis.Analysis of electrostatic fields due to different forms of electric charges.Studying of moving charges, conductor, semiconductor and dielectric.Analysis of magneto static field due to different forms of current element. Analysis of time varying electromagnetic fields3- Intended Learning Outcomesa- Knowledge and Understanding C.a.1. Apply basic knowledge and concepts of mathematics and sciences and engineering principles to electronics system: ● Summarize the principle of vector analysis at least that related to electro-magnetic course.C.a.2. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of elementary science underlying electronic engineering system and information technology:● Identify electric flux density and Gauss''s law. ● Explain electric potential for different forms of electric charges.● Define Conductors, Semi-conductors and Dielectric using band energy diagram.● Summarize the different forms of capacitances (parallel plate, coaxial).D.a.6. & G.a.6. Demonstrate the knowledge and understanding of antennas and wave propagation:● Describe Coulombs law and electric field at a point due to point and distributed charges analytically.● Identify Magnetic field and Biot Savart law for different forms of current elements.● Explain the magnetic flux density, and Ampere’s law.● Describe magnetic potential and magnetization vectors for different forms of current elements.● Summarize the general concepts of magnetic Materials.● Interpret Faraday’s law, displacement current vector.● Show the analogy between electrostatic and magneto static fields, especially their force on a point charge.● Explain the boundary conditions between two dielectric regions and two magnetic regions● Summarize Maxwell’s equations in static and time varying fields in both differential and integral forms. b- Intellectual Skills Through intellectual skills, students will be able to:C.b.1. Analyze a range of charges currents and fields both qualitatively and quantitatively:● Classify the electric fields at a point due to different forms of electric charges. ● Determine the magnetic fields at a point due to different forms of electric current. D.b.5 Transfer appropriate knowledge and methods from one topic to another:● Explain the physical nature of electric current, and the behavior of circuit component both statically and dynamically.● Relate the electric field and magnetic field in time varying. D.b.6 & G.b.5 Design execute an individual project:● Show the effect of different materials in electric and • magnetic fields.c- Professional and Practical Skills Through professional and practical skills, students will be able to:C.c.4. Initiate creative thinking in the formulation and solution of problem:● Compare between the different methods used to determine the electric field intensity● Compare between the electric field of different electric charge forms.● Analyze the magnetic field of different current sources.D.c.3. Use appropriate analysis and design tools:● Select the proper method to determine the magnetic field for different current sources.G.c.1. Synthesis and integrate electronic systems for certain specific function using the right equipment:● Differentiate between the electro-magneto static and time varying electro-magnetic fields.● measure correctly electrical variable and describe each quantity by the proper unit.d- General Skills Through general and transferable skills, students will be able to:D.d.1. Communicate effectively.D.d.2. gain experience:• and facility in systematic approaches to solve problems.• The students will able to sketch both the electric and magnetic fields. 4- Course Content Week No.1 Vector analysis (Review of some basic vector) algebra fundamentals). Week No.2 Coulomb’s law and Electric Field Intensity. Week No.3 Electric field intensity for some sources of charge. Week No.4 Electric flux density, Gauss’s law and divergence. Week No.5 Energy and potential. Week No.6 Conductors and Semiconductors. Week No.7 7th week exam. Week No.8 Dielectric and capacitance. Week No.9 The steady magnetic fields.. Week No.10 Magnetic flux and magnetic flux density. Week No.11 Magnetic forces.. Week No.12 12th week exam. Week No.13 Magnetic materials and inductance. Week No.14 Time-varying fields and Maxwell’s equations. Week No.15 Overall Course Revision.5- Teaching and Learning Methods• Lectures • Tutorials• Reports & sheets• Presentations• Projects• Discussions • Problem Solving • Self-Learning • Site visits • Experimental • Brain storming6-Teaching and Learning Methods for Students with Special Needs• Lectures • Tutorials• Reports & sheets• Presentations• Projects• Discussions • Problem Solving • Self-Learning • Site visits • Experimental • Brain storming Engineering Requirements and Design Considerations in college Buildings and its Leading Passages• The design of college buildings and pedestrian passages leading to it are sloppy to allow the transportation of the handicapped • Doors are wide enough to let wheel chairs pass through easily and conveniently.• Lifts are provided for movement between floors.• Doors are made from light-weight materials to make it easy for the handicapped suffering from weakness in limb muscles or those handicapped using prosthetic limbs to deal with them with the least muscular effort.• Class floors are made from non-slippery materials to prevent falls on the part of the handicapped.• Sudden changes in the floor level are prevented.Design Considerations of the Classes • Class boards are placed at 60 cm high to allow wheeled chair users or those suffering from limited arm mobility use them.• Enough spaces are left between seats and benches to prevent hindering the movement of wheeled chairs between them.• Handicapped students sit among normal people in class to be able to interact with them. Nevertheless, in urgent cases according to the nature of the disability, the handicapped students sit in fixed suitable places whether at the front or the back of the class.• Handicapped students sit close to the main exits of the class to be able to evacuate in case of emergencies.Construction Facility: Room number (234 A) is allocated and equipped with the essential educational tools for handicapped students.Academic Support:• Dr. Iman Gamal Morsi is appointed as an academic supervisor for handicapped students.Constant follow ups are done for handicapped students after each assessment to evaluate their academic level of achievement. 7- Student Assessment     a- Procedures used 1. Written Examinations2. Oral Examinations3. Practical Examinations4. Assignments5. Presentations 6. Reports7. Quizes8. Projects9. Final Examinationb- Schedule and Weighing of Assessment Assessment 1 7th Week 30%Assessment 2 12th Week 20%Assessment 3 Final Exam 40%Assessment 4 Continuous Assessments 10% Total: 100%8- List of References:a- Course Notes Notes are handed-out to the students throughout the semester.b- Required Books (Textbooks) William H. Hayt, JR., Engineering Electromagnetics, Mc Graw-Hill, Inc, Latest Edition.c- Recommended Books • Stanley V. Marshall, Electromagnetics Concepts and Applications, Prentice Hall, Inc, Latest Edition.d- Periodicals, Web Sites, etc. N/ACourse Coordinator Head of DepartmentName: Dr. Mohamed Omar Name: Prof. Dr. Maha SharkasSignature: Signature: