Chapter 1 . The magnetic field of steady currents
Chapter 2. . Magnetic properties of matter
Chapter 3. Electromagnetic waves
Chapter 4. Introduction to plasma
The magnetic field of steady current, Magnetic induction, Force on current carrying conductors, Torque, Biot and Savert’s law, magnetic field due to long straight wire, magnetic field due to circular turn, Magnetic field due to Helmohltz coil, Ampere circuital law, Magnetic vector potential, The magnetic field of a distant circuit, The Magnetic scalar potential, Magnetic vector potential of two parallel wires, Magnetic properties of magnetic materials, B due to magnetic materials, Magnetization, Vector M and H produced by magnetized materials, Field Equation, Boundary Conditions on the Field Vector, Tubes of magnetic inductions, Generalization of Ampere’s Circuital law, Maxwell’s Equation, The wave equation, Poynting Vector, Conservation Laws, Plane Electromagnetic Waves in a non-conducting and conducting medium, Polarization, Propagation in dispersive Medium, Reflection, Refraction, Total Internal Reflection, Reflection at the boundary of two conducting medium (normal incidence), Transmission at the boundary of two conducting medium (normal incidence), Reflection at the boundary of conducting medium, Radiation from an oscillating dipole, Electromagnetic waves propagation waves propagation between two conducting plates, Introduction to plasma, Electrical Neutrality in Plasma, Particle Orbits and Drift Motion in Plasma, Magnetic Mirrors.
Course Learning Outcomes
Students will have the basic as well as some advance concepts of electricity and magnetism theory, which will definitely help them to strengthen their theoretical concepts of Physics.
Dirac delta function
steady state magnetic induction
Magnetic field due to Helmohltz coil
Book Title : Foundations of Electromagnetic theory
Author : John R.Reitz,Frederick J. Milford , Robert W. Christy
Edition : 1986
Publisher : N. K. Mehra for Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi