Electromagnetic Wave Theory and Transmission Lines online videos

Overview

  • Units 7
  • Duration 12:35:41
  • Branch ECE
  • Language English
Course Description

EMTL discusses the foundational education in static electromagnetic fields,and time varying electromagnetic waves.This course detail topics associated with various concepts of transmission lines and wave characteristics in different media.

Recommended For

B.E/B.Tech Electronics and Communication Engineering /GATE/Competitive Exams

University

Learning Outcomes
    • Study,time varying Maxwell’s equations and their applications in electromagnetic problems
    • Analyze and solve the problems of electric and magnetic fields that vary with three dimensional spatial co-ordinates as well as with time.
    • Become proficient with analytical skills for understanding propagation of electromagnetic waves in different media
    • Understand the concept of transmission lines & their applications.
    • Develop technical & writing skills important for effective communication.

Curriculum

    • UNIT 1 Electrostatics: Introduction, Review of Vector Algebra part -1, Review of Vector Algebra part -2, Coordinate systems and Transformations- part 1, Coordinate systems and Transformations- part 2, Coordinate systems and Transformations- part 3, Vector Calculus, Coulomb's law, Electric Field Intensity, Electric Flux Density, Gauss Law and Applications Part 1, Gauss Law and Applications Part 2, Electric Potential, Electric Dipole, Relations between E and V & Equipotential Surfaces, Convection and Conduction Currents, Continuity Equation, Relaxation Time, Capacitance-Parallel Plate,Coaxial Capacitors Part 1, Capacitance-Parallel Plate,Coaxial Capacitors Part 2, Polarization in Dielectrics, Electric Boundary Conditions Part 1, Electric Boundary Conditions Part 2, Energy Density, Laplace and Poisson�s Equations Part 1, Energy Density, Laplace and Poisson�s Equations, Illustrative Problems Part 1, Illustrative Problems Part 2, Illustrative Problems Part 3, Illustrative Problems Part 4, Illustrative Problems Part 5, Illustrative Problems Part 6
       03:33:35
    • UNIT 2 MagnetoStatics: Biot-Savart's Law- part 1, Biot-Savart's Law- part 2, Ampere's Circuital Law, Applications of Ampere's Circuital Law Part 1, Applications of Ampere's Circuital Law Part 2, Magnetic Flux Density, Magnetic Vector and Scalar Potentials, Magnetic Torque and Moment, Magnetic Dipole, Magnetic Energy, Forces due to Magnetic Field, Inductances and Magnetic Energy, Illustrative Problems Part 1, Illustrative Problems Part 2, Illustrative Problems Part 3
       01:58:23
    • UNIT 2.1 Maxwell's Equations(Time Varying Fields): Faraday's Law and Transformer EMF, Maxwell's Equations in Different Final forms and Word Statements, Inconsistency of Ampere's Law and Displacement Current Density, Magnetic Boundary Conditions
       00:33:40
    • UNIT 3 EM Wave Characteristics-I: Wave Equations for Conducting and Perfect Dielectric Media, Phasor Notation, Uniform Plane Waves and All relations between E & H, Wave Propagation in loseless dielectrics, Wave Propogation in Lossy Dielectrics, Classification of Conductors and Dielectrics, Polarization and Types, Expressions for attenuation constant and phase constant, Intrinsic impedance for Conductors, Skin Depth, Illustrative Problems Part 1, Illustrative Problems Part 2, Illustrative Problems Part 3
       01:40:12
    • UNIT 4 EM Wave Characteristics-II: Reflection and Refraction Plane Waves-Normal and Oblique Incidence for Conductors - Part 1, Reflection and Refraction Plane Waves-Normal and Oblique Incidence for Conductors - Part 2, Reflection and Refraction Plane Waves-Normal and Oblique Incidence for Conductors - Part 3, Reflection and Refraction Plane Waves-Normal and Oblique Incidence for Dielectric Part 1, Reflection and Refraction Plane Waves-Normal and Oblique Incidence for Dielectric Part 2, Reflection and Refraction Plane Waves-Normal and Oblique Incidence for Dielectric Part 3, Brewster Angle, Critical Angle and Total Internal Reflection, Surface Impedance, Poynting Vector and Poynting Theorem-Applications Part 1, Poynting Vector and Poynting Theorem-Applications Part 2, Powerloss in a plane Conductor, Illustrative Problems Part 1, Illustrative Problems Part 2
       01:45:23
    • UNIT 5 Transmission Lines-I: Types and Parameters, T&pie Equivalent Circuits, Transmission Line Equations,Primary and Secondary Constants- part 1, Transmission Line Equations,Primary and Secondary Constants- part 2, Expressions for characteristic Z0 and Propagation Constant, Phase and Group Velocities, Infinite Line, Distortion Less Lines Part 1, Distortion Less Lines Part 2, Loading-Types of Loading
       01:10:23
    • UNIT 6 Transmission Lines-II: Input Impedance Relations, SC and OC lines and Transmission Line as Circuit Elements, Transmission Line Equation for any Termination, Reflection Coefficient- part 1, Reflection Coefficient- part 2, VSWR, Impedance Transformations Lines, Smith Chart-Construction and Applications Part 1, Smith Chart-Construction and Applications Part 2, UHL Lines & Quarter Wave Transformer, Stub Matching-single&double, Significance of Zmax and Zmin, Illustrative Problems- part 1, Illustrative Problems- part 2
       01:54:05

Instructor

Dr. K JAGADEESH BABU M.Tech., MIEEE, PhD

Dr Jagadeesh Babu has M.Tech. degree in DSCE (Digital Systems and Computer Electronics) from JNTUH College of Engineering Hyderabad and PhD on MIMO Antenna Design from JNTUH Hyderabad . Dr Babu has over 18+ years of teaching experience. He has been elected as Executive committee member of IEEE India SSCS Chapter . He has Published over 25 + papers in reputed International Journals like PIER, Springer, Elsevier, Cambridge University Press and Wiley having good impact factors. Receipient of Best Teacher award by SACET in 2005 and Best teacher award by KNTU K in 2012 .