Electromagnetics | Basics | Coordinate Systems
This course deals with the important basics of the Electromagnetics that would be required at every point while studying Electromagnetism.
In general, the physical quantities we shall be dealing with Electromagnetics are functions of space and time. In order to describe the variation in space, we must be able to define all points uniquely in space in a suitable manner. In other words, there is a need for the appropriate coordinate system.
This course presents a specific and lucid explanation for the coordinate systems- Rectangular Coordinate System, Cylindrical Coordinate System and Spherical Coordinate System along with many worked examples and illustrations.
After developing enough confidence with a representation of a point and vector into the different coordinate systems, the course solidifies the concepts of line, surface and volume integrals. To have a proper understanding of Electromagnetism one cannot neglect the integrals and their physical significance. The course consists of many worked illustrations to gain confidence over integrals for Electromagnetism.
This course also deals with Divergence and Curl of a vector which further laid the foundation for Gauss’s Law and Stoke’s Theorem.
What will you get from Electromagnetics (Basics) course?
✔ Cartesian Coordinate System
✔ Cylindrical Coordinate System
✔ Spherical Coordinate System
✔ Conversion from one coordinate to other coordinate systems
✔ Exam ready Notes and many illustrations
Who should take this course?
☞ Engineering or Science graduating students who have Electromagnetics in their Curriculum. Generally, Electromagnetic Theory is mandatory for Electronics, Electrical related branches of Engineering and Science. Many of the Universities have Electromagnetics in their curricula for third or fourth-semester studies of concerned branches.
☞ Anyone who want to understand the basics of Electromagnetics thoroughly.
Prerequisite before taking the Course
The knowledge of Vectors (Representation, Magnitude, Unit vector etc) is expected but not necessary.
- Lectures 7
- Quizzes 0
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 8
- Assessments Yes