Course title
Electromagnetic Theory 3

Course description
The students will study advanced content of electromagnetism and electromagnetic waves not covered in Electromagnetism 1 and 2, and will gain a complete understanding of the full range of electromagnetism.
Purpose of class
The students will study advanced content of electromagnetism and electromagnetic waves not covered in Electromagnetism 1 and 2, and be able to understand full range of electromagnetism.
Goals and objectives
  1. The students will be able to understand method of image charges, magnetic circuits, Gauss's divergence theorem, Poisson's equation, dielectric function. (Corresponds to lecture plans 1-3)
  2. The students will be able to understand electric transformers and coupling coefficients. (Corresponds to lecture plans 4-5)
  3. The students will be able to understand the basics of electromagnetic waves. (Corresponds to lecture plans 9-13)
Class schedule

Class schedule HW assignments (Including preparation and review of the class.) Amount of Time Required
1. Method of image charges and magnetic circuits:
- Image charges
- Method of image charges
- Magnetomotive force and magnetic resistance
- Magnetic circuits
Chapter 7 p125-139 and Chapter 10 p214-218 of the reference book.
2. Gauss's divergence theorem and Poisson's equation
- Electric potential and charge distribution
- Gauss's divergence theorem
- Laplace's equation
- Poisson's equation
Chapter 3 p48-61 of the reference book.
3. Dielectric function and plasma oscillation:
- Dielectric
- Dielectric function
- Polarization
- Electric flux
- Plasma frequency
Chapter 5 p84-96 of the reference book.
4. Inductance and coupling coefficient:
- Magnetic flux linkage
- Self and mutual inductance
- Coupling coefficient
- Transformers
Chapter 11 p219-230 of the reference book.
5. Comprehensive review of 1-5 Review the contents of 1-5 100minutes
6. Midterm exam and review Scope of exam: contents of lesson plans 1-5. Evaluation of achievement objectives 1-2. 100minutes
7. Maxwell's equations (1):
- Displacement current
- Rotation of vector
- Stokes' theorem
- Differential forms of Maxwell's equations
Chapter 13 p261-265 of the reference book.
8. Maxwell's equations (2):
- Wave equation
- Plane wave
- Propagation in lossy media
Chapter 13 p266-275 of the reference book.
9. Pointing vector and generation of electromagnetic waves:
- Energy carried by electromagnetic waves
- Pointing vector
- Wave equation and properties of electromagnetic waves
- Generation of electromagnetic waves
Chapter 13 p296-300 of the reference book.
10. Electromagnetic potential and radiation of electromagnetic waves:
- Electromagnetic potential
- Gauge transformation
- Lorentz gauge
- Retarded potential
- Electric dipole radiation
Handouts. 100minutes
11. Propagation of electromagnetic waves (1):
- Polarization
- Interference
- Diffraction
Handouts. 100minutes
12. Propagation of electromagnetic waves (2):
- Boundary conditions of electromagnetic waves across two media
- Snell's law
- Transmittance and reflectance of electromagnetic waves considering polarization
Chapter 13 p286-296 of the reference book.
13. Comprehensive review of 7-12 Review of the contents of 7-12 sessions. 100minutes
14. Final exam and review Scope of exam: contents of lesson plans 7-13. Evaluation of achievement objective 3. 100minutes
Total. - - 1400minutes
Relationship between 'Goals and Objectives' and 'Course Outcomes'

1 Total.
1. 30% 30%
2. 20% 20%
3. 50% 50%
Total. 100% -
Evaluation method and criteria
Evaluation criteria: 10% for the quiz, 40% for the mid-term exam, and 50% for the final exam, converted to 100 points, with 60 points or higher being considered passing.
60%: If the student understands the principles of electromagnetism learned and their derivation, and can reliably solve electromagnetism exercises on the quiz, mid-term and final examinations.
Feedback on exams, assignments, etc.
ways of feedback specific contents about "Other"
Feedback in the class
Textbooks and reference materials
Textbook: Not specified.
Reference book: Electromagnetism: Its Physical Image and Detailed Discussion by Yoji Kozuka, Morikita Publishing, ISBN4-627-73171-X
Enrollment in Electromagnetics 1 and Electromagnetics 2.
Office hours and How to contact professors for questions
  • Questions and consultation: Available during and after the lecture.
  • Office hours: Every Friday from 12:00 to 13:00 at Room 09B27, Research Building, Toyosu Campus. It is advisable to contact the office in advance when visiting.
Non-regionally-oriented course
Development of social and professional independence
  • Course that cultivates an ability for utilizing knowledge
Active-learning course
Course by professor with work experience
Work experience Work experience and relevance to the course content if applicable
Education related SDGs:the Sustainable Development Goals
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