# ELS2201 Elektromagnetik

 Kode Matakuliah: ELS2201 Bobot sks: 3 Semester: 4 KK / Unit Penanggung Jawab: Prodi S1 Teknik Elektro Sifat: Wajib Nama Matakuliah Medan Elektromagnetik Electromagnetics Silabus Ringkas History and Overview; Vector Analysis; Coulomb’s Law, Electric Field Intensity; Electric Flux Density, Gauss’s Law, Divergence; Energy, Potential, Gradient; Conductors, Dielectrics, Capacitance; Poisson’s and Lapace’s Equations; The steady magnetic field, curl; Magnetic Forces, materials, inductance; Time Varying Fields, Maxwell’s Equations; Uniform Plane Wave, Plane Waves at boundaries and in dispersive media; Transmission lines; Waveguide and antenna fundamentals; Huygens-Freshnel Principle, spatial frequency, angular spectrum Silabus Lengkap Students learn topics rannging from Coulomb’s Law to Huygens-Freshnel Principle, i.e. History and Overview; Vector Analysis; Coulomb’s Law, Electric Field Intensity; Electric Flux Density, Gauss’s Law, Divergence; Energy, Potential, Gradient; Conductors, Dielectrics, Capacitance; Poisson’s and Lapace’s Equations; The steady magnetic field, curl; Magnetic Forces, materials, inductance; Time Varying Fields, Maxwell’s Equations; Uniform Plane Wave, Plane Waves at boundaries and in dispersive media; Transmission lines; Waveguide and antenna fundamentals; Huygens-Freshnel Principle, spatial frequency, angular spectrum Luaran (Outcomes) Understand electrostatics and electrodynamics phenomena Understand and apply Coulomb’s Law, Gauss’s Law, Poisson’s and Lapace’s Equations Understand magnetostatics and magnetodynamics phenomena Understand and apply Maxwell’s Equations to palne wave in transmission line Understand wave guide and antenna fundamentals Understand Huygens-Freshnel Principle, spatial frequency, angular spectrum Matakuliah Terkait FIS1201 Fisika Dasar II Prasyarat MAS2101 Matematika Teknik I Prasyarat Kegiatan Penunjang [Praktikum] Pustaka Willam H. Hayt, Jr., John A. Buck, Engineering Electromagnetics, 8th Edition, McGraw Hill, 2012 Fawwaz T. Ulaby, Fundamentals of Applied Electromagnetics, 6th Edition, Prentice Hall, 2010 G.B. Arfken and H.J. Weber: Mathematical Methods for Physicists; 4th edition, Academic Press, Jerrold Franklin, Classical Electromagnetism, Addison Wesley, 2005 Joseph W. Goodman, Introduction to Fourier Optics, McGraw-Hill, 1996 Panduan Penilaian UTS 40%, UAS 40%, Assignments 20% Catatan Tambahan
 Mg# Topik Sub Topik Capaian Belajar Mahasiswa Sumber Materi 1 History and Overview; Vector Analysis History of electromagnetics, overview of electromagnetics, vector algebra, coordinate systems, line integral, surface integral, volume integral Identify some contributors to electromagnetic-optics and relate their achievements to the knowledge area. Appreciate the importance of electromagnetics from a historical perspective. Explain why electromagnetic-optics is important to this subject. Articulate why charge distributions and current density are the fundamental elements of an electromagnetic-optics systems. Describe how electrical engineering uses or benefits from electromagnetics-optics Demonstrate skill in solving problems of vector algebra and integral vector and presenting problem solutions Interpret the physical meaning and phenomena behind mathematical equations and computed results. Be able to apply mathematical techniques to formulate the fundamental field equations and to analyse electromagnetic phenomena related to electrical engineering systems. [Uraikan rujukan terhadap pustaka (bab, sub-bab)] 2 Coulomb’s Law, Electric Field Intensity Charge distributions, Coulomb’s law, electric field intensity Compare and contrast the inverse square nature of gravitational and electric fields State Coulomb’s Law and solve problems for more than one electric force acting on a charge. Include: one and two dimensions Apply Gauss’s and Coulomb’s laws 3 Electric Flux Density, Gauss’s Law, Divergence Gauss’s law and applications, divergence and Maxwell’s first equation, divergence theorem Interpret the physical meaning and phenomena behind mathematical equations and computed results. Calculate simple geometry of charge distributions to derive their electric fields by using divergence and divergence theorem. 4 Energy, Potential, Gradient Energy and potential difference, potential gradient, energy density in the electrostic field Derive an equation for the electric potential energy between two oppositely charged parallel plates (Ee = qEΔd). Define and calculate the gradient of electric potentials. 5 Conductors, Dielectrics, Capacitance Current density, conductance and resistance of metallic conductors, polarization of dielectric materials, capacitance Distinguish between materials, based on their electromagnetic properties Apply Maxwell’s equations in dielectric materials using vector D, E, and P fields Design resistors and analyse their characteristics Design capacitors and analyse their characteristics 6 Poisson’s and Lapace’s Equations Poisson’s and Laplace’s equations in various coordinate systems solve simple boundary value problems, using the method of images and Poisson’s equation. 7 The steady magnetic field, curl Biot-Savart and Ampre’s law, curl and Stoke’s theorem, magnetic flux and magnetic flux density, scalar and vector magnetic potentials Define the magnetic field as the region of space around a magnet where another magnet will experience a force. Diagram and describe qualitatively the magnetic field around a current carrying wire. Describe the concept of magnetic poles and demonstrate that like poles repel and unlike poles attract. Diagram and describe qualitatively the magnetic field of a solenoid. 8 Magnetic Forces, materials, inductance Lorentz’s Law, the nature of magnetic materials, magnetization and permeability, magnetic boundary conditions, magnetic circuits, self and mutual inductance Apply Maxwell’s equations in magnetic materials using vector B, H, and M fields Design inductors and analyse their characteristics Describe the concepts of magnetic material characteristics Solve magnetic circuit problems 9 Time Varying Fields, Maxwell’s Equations Faraday’s law, displacement current, Maxwell’s equations, retarded potentials Formulate and solve problems in electrodynamics using Faraday’s and Ampere’s laws. Demonstrate how a change in magnetic flux induces voltage. Use Gauss’, Ampere’s and Faraday’s Laws in the context of electrical devices. Describe the operation of an AC generator. Describe the operation of transformers. 10 Uniform Plane Wave Wave propagation in free space, in dielectric, in conductor, wave polarization, Poynting’s theorem and wave power Describe a wave as a transfer of energy. Describe the engineering uses of electromagnetic waves, by frequency band, and the respective hazards associated with them Calculate wave power from electric-magnetic field distributions 11 The Plane Waves at boundaries and in dispersive media Reflection and refraction, standing wave ratio, wave propagation in dispersive media Describe, demonstrate, and diagram the transmission and reflection of electromagnetic waves. Recognize and describe dispersion and its effects 12 Transmission Lines Transmission line equations, voltage standing wave ratio, transmission lines of finite length, the Smith chart Define core loss in an electromagnetic device, and recognise & describe its effect Use and interpret a Smith chart 13 Waveguide and antenna fundamentals Basic waveguide operation, metalic waveguide, optical fiber, basic radiation principles, Describe & recognise fundamental properties of waveguide modes 14 Waveguide and antenna fundamentals Antenna specitication, wire antenna, arrays antenna, aperture antenna Use dipole antennas in simple communication links 15 Huygens-Freshnel Principle, spatial frequency, angular spectrum Kirchoff formulation of diffraction by a planar screen, Rayleigh-Sommerfeld formulation of diffraction, Huygens-Freshnel principle, spatial frequency, angular spectrum and its physical interpretation, propagation of angular spectrum Describe light as an electromagnetic wave. Huygens-Freshnel equations for planar source problem Describe and calculate two-dimensional Fourier transform Understand and capable to calculate propagation of monochromatic light as Fourier transform