Instructor

Mohamed Abdelazim

Associate Professor-Electronics and Communications Department

Mohamed Abdel-Azim received the Ph.D. degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering from the Faculty of Engineering-Mansoura University-Egypt by 2006. After that he worked as an assistant professor at the electronics & communications engineering department, then awarded the associate professor degree in 2012 until now. He has 110 publications in various international journals and conferences. His current research interests are in multimedia processing, wireless communication systems, and field programmable gate array (FPGA) applications. I had awarded the best Ph.D. thesis at Mansoura University at 2007. He is the executive director of scientific computing center and the consultant for IT in Mansoura University. Chairman of Computer Engineering Department - College of Computer - Qassim Private Colleges

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Overview

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Chapter-00: Electromagnetic around us

1

 

0.1

Introduction……………………………………..

2

 

0.2

Electromagnetic in your office………………….

4

 

0.3

Electromagnetic in your home………………….

9

 

0.4

A brief historical introduction…………………..

10

 

 

0.4.1

The beginning…………………………...

11

 

 

0.4.2

Characterizing electricity………………..

12

 

 

0.4.3

Positive and negative charges…………...

13

 

0.5

The electromagnetic field……………………….

14

Chapter-01: Vector Analysis

19

 

1.1

Introduction……………………………………..

20

 

1.2

Vector algebra…………………………………..

21

 

 

1.2.1

Scalars and vectors……………………...

21

 

 

1.2.2

Fields…………………………………….

21

 

 

1.2.3

Unit vector………………………………

24

 

 

1.2.4

Magnitude of a vector…………………...

24

 

 

1.2.5

Basic laws of vector algebra…………….

25

 

 

1.2.6

Vector laws……………………………...

26

 

 

1.2.7

Position Vectors…………………………

27

 

 

1.2.8

Distance Vectors………………………...

27

 

 

1.2.9

Vector multiplication……………………

28

 

1.3

Coordinate systems……………………………..

32

 

 

1.3.1

Point to point conversion………………..

35

 

 

1.3.2

Elemental length, area, and volume…….

37

 

1.4

Gradient of a scalar field………………………..

42

 

1.5

Divergence of a vector field…………………….

44

 

1.6

Curl of a vector field……………………………

47

 

1.7

Laplacian of a scalar field………………………

50

 

1.8

Laplacian of a vector field………………………

52

 

1.9

Two null identities………………………………

53

 

 

1.9.1

Null identity-1…………………………...

53

 

 

1.9.2

Null identity-2…………………………...

53

 

1.10

Helmholtz theorem……………………………...

53

 

1.11

Problems…………………………………………

54

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Chapter-02: Coulomb's Law

56

 

2.1

The experimental law of Coulomb………………

59

 

2.2

Electric field intensity…………………………...

66

 

2.3

Field of a line charge…………………………….

74

 

2.4

Field of a sheet of charge………………………...

77

 

2.5

Field of a volume of charge……………………...

79

 

2.6

Streamlines and sketches of the field…………….

83

 

2.7

Problems………………………………………….

90

Chapter-03: Electric Flux and Gauss's Law

92

 

3.1

Electric flux density……………………………...

94

 

3.2

Gauss's law……………………………………….

101

 

3.3

Symmetrical charge distributions………………...

108

 

3.4

Divergence………………………………………..

119

 

3.5

Problems………………………………………….

128

Chapter-04: Energy and Potential

132

 

4.1

Moving a point charge in electric field…………..

135

 

4.2

The line integral…………………………………..

137

 

4.3

Potential difference and potential………………...

143

 

4.4

Potential gradient…………………………………

149

 

4.5

Electric dipole…………………………………….

152

 

4.6

Problems………………………………………….

156

Chapter-05: Conductors, Dielectrics and Capacitance

158

 

5.1

Current and current density………………………

159

 

5.2

Continuity of current……………………………..

162

 

5.3

Metallic conductors………………………………

165

 

5.4

Boundary conditions……………………………...

169

 

 

5.4.1

Conductor properties……………………..

170

 

 

5.4.2

Free space and conductor properties……..

171

 

 

5.4.3

Conditions between 2 perfect dielectrics…

177

 

5.5

Capacitance……………………………………….

180

 

5.6

Problems………………………………………….

186

Cahpter-06: Poisson's and Laplace's Equation

189

 

6.1

Poisson's and Laplace's equation…………………

190

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6.2

Examples of Laplace's equation………………….

193

 

6.3

Examples of Poisson's equation………………….

209

 

6.4

Problems………………………………………….

212

Chapter-07: Steady Magnetic Fields

214

 

7.1

Biot-Savart law…………………………………...

216

 

 

7.1.1

The general form…………………………

217

 

 

7.1.2

Biot-Savart of distributed sources………..

219

 

7.2

Ampere's circular law…………………………….

223

 

7.3

Curl……………………………………………….

231

 

7.4

Magnetic flux and flux density…………………...

232

 

7.5

Problems………………………………………….

237

 

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