
Instructor’s information
Dr. – Ing Chairunnisa, ST., MT., Radio Telecommunication & Microwave Laboratory,
Tel: +62222501661, email: chairunnisa@stei.itb.ac.id

Prerequisites
ET 2003 Electric Circuit
MA 2072 Engineering Mathematics I

Instructor Assistance

Class Hours
Monday 13:0015:00 am
Wednesday 16:0018:00 am

Text books required
 F. Iskander, Electromagnetic fields and waves, PrenticeHall, Inc 1992.
 M. Wentworth, Fundamentals of electromagnetics with engineering applications, 1^{st} ed., Wiley 2005.

Specific course information
This course covers the basic principles of electromagnetism, electric and magnetic properties, Maxwell’s equation, propagation and radiation of electromagnetic waves in various mediums, and static fields.

Specific goals for the course
 Specific outcomes of instruction (Course learning objectives). After successfully completing the course, the students will be able to
 Solve various problems in electromagnetic fields effectively by choosing proper equations in Maxwell’s equations whether in integral and differential forms.
 Understand the properties of electric and magnetic fields and the contribution of Maxwell in electromagnetic fields and waves.
 Analyze electromagnetic problems in static fields analytically and numerically.
 State the applicability of electromagnetic fields in latest technology.
 Relationship of course to program outcomes:The course supports program outcomes 1 and 5 as required by ABET Criterion 3 of EAC (Engineering Accreditation Commission)
 Outcome 1: apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering [ABET Criterion 3 a].
 Outcome 5: identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems [ABET Criterion 3 e].
 Outcome 7: an ability to communicate effectively [ABET Criterion 3 g].
 Outcome 10: a knowledge of contemporary issues [ABET Criterion 3 j].
 Specific outcomes of instruction (Course learning objectives). After successfully completing the course, the students will be able to

Brief list of topics to be covered
 Maxwell equations in integral form : coordinat systems, vector analysis, vector integrals, Coulomb’s law, BiotSavart’s law, Lorenz’s law, Maxwell’s equations in integral form.
 Maxwell equations in differential form : vector differentiation, gradient of scalar function, divergence, curl of vector, derivation of Maxwell‘s equations in differential form, plane wave definition, concept of phasor and realtime in palne wave, plane wave equation in free space, polarisation.
 Maxwell equations and wave propagation in materials : conduction, polarisation, and magnetisation phenomena in materials, Maxwell equations derivation in materials, plane wave equation in materials, attenuation on plane wave propagation, Poynting theorema.
 Static electric and magnetic fields : statis Maxwell equations, electric potential, capacitance, lapalace and Poissons’s equation, numerical equation, magnetic vector potential, magnetic circuit, inductance.

Tentative Class Schedule and Topics
Week Topics HW/Quiz Reading Textbook Week 1, January 16 Introduction to the Lecture of Electromagnetic Fields 1 : Scope of lecture, referenced book, grading and other rules Iskander Ch. 1 Week 1, January 18 Ch. 1 : Coordinat system (Cartesian, cylindrical, spherical), transformation of coordinat system, integral concept for scalar and vector. Iskander Ch. 1 Week 2, January 23 Ch. 1 : Electric field : Coulomb Law, application of Coulomb law for point and distributed charge, application of Coulomb law for point and distributed charge. Iskander Ch. 1 Week 2, January 25 Ch. 1 : Magnetic field : BiotSavart law and its implementation for various cources of current Iskander Ch. 1 Week 3, January 30 Ch. 1 : Maxwell law : Gauss law for electric and magnetic field Iskander Ch. 1 Week 3, February 1 Ch. 1 : Maxwell law : Faraday law and Ampere Law Iskander Ch. 1 Week 4, February 6 Ch. 1 : Maxwell contribution for electromagnetic wave, displacement current, Lenz law. Iskander Ch. 1 Week 4, February 8 Evalulation of Ch. 1 Quiz 1 Iskander Ch. 1 Week 5, February 13 Ch. 2 : Differential concept (point concept), mathematics tools : differensiasi vector, gradient, divergence, divergence theorem, Iskander Ch. 2 Week 5, February 15 Ch. 2 : Gauss law for electric and magnetic fields in differential forms Iskander Ch. 2 Week 6, February 20 Ch. 2 : Differential concept (point concept), mathematics tools : curl vector, stokes theorem Iskander Ch. 2 Week 6, February 22 Ch. 2 : Faraday and Ampere laws in differential form, derivation of displacement current. Iskander Ch. 2 Week 7, February 27 Ch. 2 : Planewave in free space : definition, derivation, phasor and real time concept Iskander Ch. 2 Week 7, March 1 Ch. 2 : Wave polarisation. Iskander Ch. 2 Week 8, March 6 Evalulation of Ch. 2 Quiz 2 Iskander Ch. 2 Week 8, March 8 Mid semester exam Iskander Ch. 3 Week 9, March 13 Ch. 3 : Characteristics of medium : Conductor, dielectric, magnetic material. Iskander Ch. 3 Week 9, March 15 Ch. 3 : Influence of induction current in Maxwell equation Iskander Ch. 3 Week 10, March 20 Ch. 3 : Plane wave propagating in medium : derivation, atenuation, in and out of phase fields Iskander Ch. 3 Week 10, March 22 Ch. 3 : Boundary condition Iskander Ch. 3 Week 11, March 27 Evalulation of Ch. 3 Quiz 3 Iskander Ch. 3 Week 11, March 29 Ch. 4 : Static electric fields : concept of electric potential, potential and electric fields relation Iskander Ch. 4 Week 12, April 3 Ch. 4 : Static electric fields : electric energy, energy and potential relation, capacitance Iskander Ch. 4 Week 12, April 5 Ch. 4 : Static electric fields : Laplace – Poisson equation Iskander Ch. 4 Week 13, April 10 Ch. 4 : Numerical method : FDM Iskander Ch. 4 Week 13, April 12 Ch. 4 : Numerical method : MoM Iskander Ch. 4 Week 14, April 17 Ch. 4 : Static magnetic field : concept of magnetic potential vector, magnetic energy Iskander Ch. 4 Week 14, April 19 Ch. 4 : Static magnetic field : magnetic circuit Iskander Ch. 4 Week 15, April 24 Ch. 4 : Static magnetic field : self and mutual inductance, Iskander Ch. 4 Week 15, April 26 Evalulation of Ch. 4 Quiz 4 Iskander Ch. 4

Grading Policy:
The grading policy is the results of the overall evaluation including:
 Quizzes and homeworks : 25%
 Paper and presentation : 15%
 Mid test : 30%
 Final examination : 30%
Letter Grades Marks Points
A A > (m + 1½s) 4.0
AB (m + 1s) < AB ≤ (m + 1½s) 3.5
B (m + ½s) < B ≤ (m + 1s) 3.0
BC m < BC ≤ (m + ½s) 2.5
C (m – ½s) < C ≤ m 2.0
D (m – 1½s) < D ≤ (m – ½s) 1.0
E D ≤ (m – 1½s) 0.0

Course Policies
Each student is expected to attend all of the scheduled classes. If a student has more than 6 unexcused absences, then he/she will get grade E automatically.
Punctuality is a must. Student who arrives late more than 5 minutes from the schedule is not allowed to enter the class.
Student ethics is important (see point no.12). During evaluation (e.g quizzes, exams, individual projects, and individual assignments) you are expected to comply with professional honesty. Any breach of integrity will be taken seriously and reported to the appropriate higher authority.

Ethics of a Students as Community Member
According to the Student Ethics at the Institut Teknologi Bandung chapter II first part article 3 that students of ITB must be able to manifest the spirit of upholding academic and professional honesty and integrity by restraining from dishonest and unfair acts in any form, both inside and outside of the campuses.