### Module Specification

 The information contained in this module specification was correct at the time of publication but may be subject to change, either during the session because of unforeseen circumstances, or following review of the module at the end of the session. Queries about the module should be directed to the member of staff with responsibility for the module.
 Title Electromagnetics Code ELEC210 Coordinator Dr MD Bowden Electrical Engineering and Electronics Mark.Bowden@liverpool.ac.uk Year CATS Level Semester CATS Value Session 2022-23 Level 5 FHEQ Second Semester 7.5

### Aims

To further enhance the students knowledge and use of Maxwells equations and their use in practical EM applications.

### Learning Outcomes

(LO1) An understanding of the differential and integral form of Maxwell's equations and their application in electrical engineering and electronics.

(LO2) Awareness of some numerical methods for solving static EM field problems.

(LO3) An understanding of energy transport by EM waves.

(LO4) After successful completion of the module the student should be able to solve 3 dimensional electromagnetic problems using Maxwell's equations.

(S1) Independent learning Problem solving and design skills

(S2) After successful completion of this module the student should be able to measure the basic characteristics of a transmission line.

### Syllabus

Revision of Vector Calculus: Introduction; course syllabus, textbooks and assessment; Scalar and vectors: notation; dot and cross product; line, Surface and Volume integrals.

Maxwell’s Equations I: Coulomb's law in 3 dimensions; Line charges; Electric potential V and its gradient E; Streamlines and equipotentials - multi-conductor transmission lines; Electric flux density, surface and volume charge; Gauss’s Law; Divergence; Capacitance and Dielectrics; Numerical methods for solving static field problems; Application case study: potential and field determination for a QMS.

Maxwell’s Equations II: Conductors: current continuity and density; Magnetic fields due to electric currents: Biot-Savart law, Ampere's law; Magnetic flux and flux density; Gauss's law for magnetic fields; Lorentz force (motor equation); Inductors and inductance; Changing magnetic fields and Faraday's law.

Electromagnetic Waves: EM Wave equation; Impedance ; Waves on lines and in space; Poynting vector; Application case study: the microstrip transmission line.

### Teaching and Learning Strategies

Due to Covid-19, one or more of the following delivery methods will be implemented based on the current local conditions and the situation of registered students.

(a) Hybrid delivery, with social distancing on Campus

Teaching Method 1 - On-line asynchronous lectures
Description: Lectures to explain the material
Attendance Recorded: No
Notes: On average one per week

Teaching Method 2 - Synchronous face to face tutorials
Description: Tutorials on the Assignments and Problem Sheets
Attendance Recorded: Yes
Notes: On average one per fortnight

(b) Fully online delivery and assessment

Teaching Method 1 - On-line asynchronous lectures
Description: Lectures to explain the material
Attendance Recorded: No
Notes: On average one per week

Teaching Method 2 - On-line synchronous tutorials
Description: Tutorials on the Assignments and Problem Sheets
Att endance Recorded: Yes
Notes: On average one per fortnight

(c) Standard on-campus delivery with minimal social distancing

Teaching Method 1 - Lecture
Description: Lectures to explain the material
Attendance Recorded: Yes
Notes: On average one per week

Teaching Method 2 - Tutorial
Description: Tutorials on the Assignments and Problem Sheets
Attendance Recorded: Yes
Notes: On average one per fortnight

### Teaching Schedule

 Lectures Seminars Tutorials Lab Practicals Fieldwork Placement Other TOTAL Study Hours 15 3 2 20 Timetable (if known) Private Study 55 TOTAL HOURS 75

### Assessment

EXAM Duration Timing
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(210) There is a resit opportunity. Standard UoL penalty applies for late submission. This is an anonymous assessment. Assessment Schedule (When) :Semester 2 examination period    100
CONTINUOUS Duration Timing
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opportunity
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