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Introduction to EMT
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Module1
Introduction to EMT
Coulombs law
Vector analysisI and Introduction to coordinate system
Rectangular coordinate system
Vector analysisII
Introduction to Electric field
Electric fieldI
Cylindrical coordinate system
Transformation & Electric fieldII
Module2
Electric PotentialI
Spherical coordinate system & Electric potentialII
Vector AnalysisIII & Electric potentialIII
Gauss’s law & its applicationI
Gauss’s law & its applicationII
Divergence & Poisson’s & Laplace’s equation
Gauss’s law & its application III
Vector analysis –III (curl and its significance)
Module3
Conductor & dielectricI
Polarization I
Polarization II
Polarization – II (contd.)
Boundary condition
Continuity equation & Conductors  III
Conductors – IV
Conductor – IV (contd.) & Capacitor  I
Capacitor  II
Capacitor  II (contd.) & Equipotential Surfaces
Module4
Solution of Laplace’s equationI
Solution of Laplace’s equationI I & method of imagesI
Method of imagesII
Solution of Laplace’s equationIII
Solution of Laplace’s equationIV
Introduction of magnetic field
Biot savart law & its application
Module5
Biot savart law&its applicationII
Magnetic vector potential
Magnetic force ,torque & dipole
Magnetic force ,torque & dipole(continued)
Magnetic materialsI
Magnetic materialsI(contd.)& Magnetic moment
Magnetic materialsI(contd) and Boundary condition for Magnetic fields
Inductor and calculation of inductance for different shapes
Inductor and calculation of inductance for different shapes(contd)
Module6
Faradays law and its applicationI
Faradays law and its applicationII
Displacement current
Maxwell’s equation
Wave propagation
Solution of Helmholtz equation
Module7
Uniform plane waves
Polarization & Poynting Vector
Wave reflections (Normal incidence)
Waves in imperfect dielectrics & Good conductors
Skin depth/effect
Oblique incidence of waves
Oblique incidence of waves (contd.)
Module8
Transmission line
Transmission line model
Steady state sinusoidal response of TlineI
Steady state sinusoidal response of TlineII
Steady state sinusoidal response of TlineII& Smith chart
Module9
Application of smith chartI
Application of smith chartII
Impedance matching
Transients on Transmission lineI
Transients on Transmission lineII
Module10
Pulse on Transmission line
Capacitive termination in Transmission line
Waveguide
Waveguide Analysis
TM modes in Waveguide
Module11
Rectangular waveguide: TM modes
Rectangular waveguide: TE modes
Waveguide: Wavelength, Impedance and power calculation
Waveguide losses
Dielectric Waveguide
Dielectric Waveguide (contd.)
Module12
Radiation and Antenna
Hertzian Dipole Antenna
Hertzian Dipole Antenna (contd.)
QuasistatisticsI
QuasistatisticsII
Long wire Antenna
Group velocity & Phase velocity
Numerical solution of Laplace\'s equation
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Why the bent wire at higher frequencies reduces the voltage to zero across the load ? ? Is it due to the losses during the transmission ??
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20160122
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Why the bent wire at higher frequencies reduces the voltage to zero across the load ? ? Is it due to the losses during the transmission ??
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LALIT MOHAN
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20160122
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Sir, can you please explain why the divergence of vector field 'A' has been considered to be zero
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20160318
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