Applied Electromagnetism

Numbering Code U-ENG25 35013 LJ77
U-ENG25 35013 LJ52
Year/Term 2021 ・ First semester
Number of Credits 2 Course Type Lecture
Target Year Target Student
Language Japanese Day/Period Tue.1
Instructor name SUZUKI MOTOFUMI (Graduate School of Engineering Professor)
Outline and Purpose of the Course The general properties of Maxwell's equations, which form the fundamental laws of electromagnetism, as well as the generation and propagation of electromagnetic waves and their applications in engineering are taught in lectures.
Course Goals ・ To understand the general properties of Maxwell's equations, which form the fundamental laws of electromagnetism
・ To understand the generation and propagation of electromagnetic waves and the optical properties of matter
・ To understand how electromagnetic phenomena are applied in engineering
Schedule and Contents The lecturer instructs students by deciding on the order and frequency (15 sessions in total) in which the following items will be taught, based on each student's background and level of understanding.

(1) Maxwell's equations and their general properties [3-4 sessions]
Maxwell's equations and other basic matters are reviewed.
(2) Generation and propagation of electromagnetic waves [5-6 sessions]
The propagation of electromagnetic waves in a vacuum and waveguide, polarization of electromagnetic waves, radiation of electromagnetic waves from charged particles that undergo accelerated motion and other related matters are explained.
(3) Reflection, refraction and diffraction of electromagnetic waves [4-5 sessions]
Matters such as the laws of reflection and refraction at dielectric boundaries; absorption, refraction, dispersion, and reflection of electromagnetic waves based on oscillator models; group velocity and phase velocity; diffraction of electromagnetic waves; and optical properties of metals, plasma, and other materials are explained.
(4) Application and development in physical engineering [1-2 sessions]
The development and application of electromagnetic waves in engineering are explained.
Evaluation Methods and Policy Evaluation is based on the combined grade for tests and submitted materials.
Course Requirements The subject is based on the continuation of electromagnetism, differential and integral calculus, and linear algebra, classes offered by the Faculty of Integrated Human Studies. Students are required to have basic knowledge in vector analysis.
Study outside of Class (preparation and review) ・ Students must prepare for and review lecture materials distributed in teaching sessions.
・ When appropriate, students are asked to submit reports and assignments demonstrating their learning from preparation and review.
Textbooks Textbooks/References Others; printouts are distributed in lectures when needed.
References, etc. Introduced during teaching sessions
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