Course title
G00302002
Electromagnetic Theory 3
 TOMA Koji ISHIKAWA Hiroyasu YAMAGUCHI Masaki
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. Students will be able to explain the electroshadow method, Gauss's divergence theorem, Poisson's equation, and dielectric functions. (Corresponds to lecture plans 1-5)
2. Students will be able to explain magnetic circuits, transformers, and coupling coefficients. (Corresponds to lecture plan 7)
3. Students will be able to explain the basics of electromagnetic radiation. (Corresponds to lecture plans 8-13)
Relationship between 'Goals and Objectives' and 'Course Outcomes'

Worksheet Mid-term exam Final exam Total.
1. 4% 40% 44%
2. 1% 10% 11%
3. 5% 40% 45%
Total. 10% 40% 50% -
Evaluation method and criteria
Evaluation method: Students will receive 10 points for each worksheet related to Goals 1-3, and 40 points for each specific problem related to Goal 1 in the mid-term exam. Students will be given specific questions related to Goal 2 and Goal 3 in the final exam (50 points). 60 points or more in total will be considered as passing the class.

The standard for passing the course is 60 points if the student understands the principles of electromagnetism and their derivation that he/she has studied and can reliably solve electromagnetism exercises in the worksheets, midterm and final examinations.
Language
Japanese
Class schedule

Class schedule HW assignments (Including preparation and review of the class.) Amount of Time Required
1. (1)Differential law of electrostatic field
- Coulomb's law
- Gauss's law
Preparation: Textbook pp.6-8, 38-47 190minutes
Review: Review Worksheet1 and try to solve it by yourself.
2. (1) Differential law of electrostatic field
- Gauss's law of differential systems
- Gauss's divergence theorem
- Gauss's law of differential system without vortex
- Stokes' theorem
Preparation: pp.74-90 of the textbook 190minutes
Review: Review Worksheet2 and try to solve it by yourself.
3. (1) Differential law of electrostatic field
- Electrostatic potential
- Poisson's equation and Laplace's equation

(2) Conductors and electrostatic field
- Conductors and insulators, electrostatic field around conductors
- Boundary value problems of conductors, mirror image method
Preparation: pp.90-99, 102-113 of the textbook 190minutes
Review: Review Worksheet3 and try to solve it by yourself.
4. (3) Dielectric and electrostatic field
- Dielectric, Electric field between polar plates in the presence of dielectric
- Polarization and electric flux density
- Boundary conditions of electrostatic field
- Example of electrostatic field when there is a dielectric
Preparation: pp.280-299 of the textbook 190minutes
Review: Review Worksheet4 and try to solve it by yourself.
5. Comprehensive review of 1-5 Review the contents of 1-5 190minutes
6. Midterm exam and review Scope of exam: contents of lesson plans 1-5. Evaluation of achievement objectives 1. 190minutes
7. Maxwell's equations (1):
- Displacement current
- Rotation of vector
- Stokes' theorem
- Differential forms of Maxwell's equations
Preparation: Handout; Textbook pp.178-186, 227-237; Reference book pp. 251-261 190minutes
Review: Review Worksheet7 and try to solve it by yourself.
8. Maxwell's equations (2):
- Wave equation
- Plane wave
- Propagation in lossy media
Preparation: Textbook pp.250-259 190minutes
Review: Review Worksheet8 and try to solve it by yourself.
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
Preparation: Textbook pp.260-273 188minutes
Review: Review Worksheet9 and try to solve it by yourself.
10. Electromagnetic potential and radiation of electromagnetic waves:
- Electromagnetic potential
- Gauge transformation
- Lorentz gauge
- Retarded potential
- Electric dipole radiation
Preparation: Textbook pp.314-323 190minutes
Review: Review Worksheet10 and try to solve it by yourself.
11. Propagation of electromagnetic waves (1):
- Polarization
- Interference
- Diffraction
Preparation: Textbook pp.323-332 190minutes
Review: Review Worksheet11 and try to solve it by yourself.
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
Preparation: Handout; Reference book pp.240-247, 286-307 190minutes
Review: Review Worksheet12 and try to solve it by yourself.
13. Comprehensive review of 7-12 Review of the contents of 7-12 sessions. 190minutes
14. Final exam and review Scope of exam: contents of lesson plans 7-13. Evaluation of achievement objective 2-3. 190minutes
Total. - - 2658minutes
Feedback on exams, assignments, etc.
ways of feedback specific contents about "Other"
Feedback in the class
Textbooks and reference materials
Text book: Electromagnetics I, II　by Yosuke Nagaoka　ISBN 9784000298636、ISBN 9784000298643
Reference book: Electromagneticsb by Shigenobu Sunakawa　ISBN 9784000077446
Prerequisites
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.
Regionally-oriented
Non-regionally-oriented course
Development of social and professional independence
• Course that cultivates an ability for utilizing knowledge
Active-learning course
Most classes are interactive
Course by professor with work experience
Work experience Work experience and relevance to the course content if applicable
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Education related SDGs:the Sustainable Development Goals
• 9.INDUSTRY, INNOVATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE
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