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Toggle navigation USC. In particular, in Electricity and Magnetism II, we will cover the formalism of Magnetostatics, both in vacuum and in the presence of matter, Faraday's induction law, the four Maxwell's equations, and the concepts related to the propagation of electromagnetic waves in vacuum and in conducting media. The students will be also introduced to the basics of electrical circuit theory in both direct and alternating current.
The main goals of the course are: - Feeding the student's interest for observation, interpretation and knowledge of the physical phenomena. Contents 1. Ampere's theorem.
Magnetic dipole. Magnetic media: macroscopic study. Field produced by a magnetized object. Electromagnetic induction. Magnetic energy and forces. Energy density. Maxwell's equations. Retarded potentials. Electromagnetic waves. Plane wave. Radiation pressure. Electrical circuit theory.
Kirchhoff's laws. Validity limits. Power factor correction. Power conservation. Generator transformation. Universidade de Sevilla, Problems books: - Benito, E. Introductory Engineering Electromagnetics, Addison-Wesley, In terms of acquiring working habits, we highlight: - Developing a critical and creative spirit, common sense, observation and intuition capacity. We also want to emphasize: - The clear and self-confident expression of opinion and results: the precise use of language. Teaching methodology The course will be organized in 4 class hours per week in the Spring Semester.
It will consist of 3 descriptive classes where the contents of the program will be explained, encouraging at every time the active participation of students. Many examples will be included in those lectures. Additional problems will be solved in the interactive classes, once a week. The students are strongly advised to make use of the office hours.
In this itinerary, the assessment will consist of two parts: 1. The grade coming from the final exam in the official date will be the most important part of the final grade. Additionally, the following concepts will be graded: homework solving both questions and problems , personal work, intermediate tests, participation in classes, etc.
In this itinerary, the assessment will be based exclusively on the final exam. Attendance to classes and other activities will be recommended, but not compulsory. The final exam will take place in the official date fixed by the Faculty Dean Office. The intermediate tests, and also the final exam, may consist of both problem solving and conceptual questions directly related with the contents and techniques studied in the course.
Study time and individual work hours: 56 class hours, 4 office hours, 90 hours of personal study. Recommendations for the study of the subject The course is an intermediate level course of Electricity and Magnetism.
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University students' difficulties in learning electromagnetic phenomena. The work presented deals with the ideas of first-year Engineering students and third year Physics students about the theory of electromagnetic induction EI. In this investigation we analyse that part of the theory of EI relating to Faraday's law which comes within the basic analysis of induction phenomena for introductory physics courses within classical physics. In this work, the following research question arise: what conceptions and forms of reasoning do university science and engineering students use in explanations of electromagnetic induction phenomena?