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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Physics (PHYS)
PHYS
3165
Electromagnetic Theory I
Electromagnetic Theory I
Fall 2015
3
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Lecture
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MATH 2184, MATH 2233, MATH 3342 and PHYS 2023; or permission of the instructor
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MATH 3343 or equivalent
15

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PHYS 2165 - Electromagnetic Theory
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Electrostatics and magnetostatics, electric and magnetic fields in matter, scalar and vector potentials, electromagnetic induction. Maxwell’s equations. The methods of vector and tensor calculus are developed as needed, as are the method of images, Fourier series, and some computational methods.
1. Obtain a basic understanding of electrodynamics. 2. Learn to apply these concepts to qualitatively comprehend as well as quantitatively analyze standard scenarios in electrodynamics. 3. Gain an appreciation for how electrodynamics relates to phenomena encountered in daily life.
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