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INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA

COURSE OUTLINE
Kulliyyah Department Programme Name of Course / Mode Course Code Name (s) of Academic staff / Instructor(s) Engineering Electrical & Computer Engineering B. Eng (Communication) (Honours) Engineering Electromagnetics/Electromagnetic Theory /Full time ECE 2223-2222 Dr. Musse Mohamud Ahmed

Rationale for the inclusion of the course / Required course for Communication Engineering Programme module in the programme Semester and Year Offered Status Level Proposed Start Date Batch of Student to be Affected Every Semester Core 2 Semester II, 2011/2012 Intake 2008 Assessments Midterm Independent Learning 81 and onwards Face to Face Practical Tutorial Lecture

Total Student Learning Time (SLT)

Total Student Learning Time 128

42 Credit Value / Hours Pre-requisites (if any) Co-requisites (if any) Course Objectives 3/128 ECE 2132, MTH 2111 None

The objectives of this course are to: 1. To develop a good understanding of the electric and magnetic phenomena caused by electric charges at rest or in motion.

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To study basic concepts of the characteristics of electromagnetic fields and waves and their applications in time varying conditions. To develop the understanding of electromagnetic propagation.

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to: 1. Have advanced mathematics skills in the areas of vector algebra and vector analysis. 2. Ability to use the theories of static electric fields and the constitutive relations. 3. Ability to use the theories of magnetic fields and the constitutive relations. 4. Ability to use Faradays law, Maxwells equations, the continuity equation, and boundary conditions to solve time varying electromagnetic field problems. Skills and how they are developed and assessed: Skills Development Assessment Technical Lectures Written Assessment Analytical Lectures Quizzes

Transferable Skills:

Teaching-Learning and assessment strategy Course Synopsis

Lectures and Quizzes

LO Method Lecture, Tutorial. 1,2,3,4,5 Quiz 1,2 Mid-term Exam Assessment Methods and 1,2,3,4,5 Final Exam Type/Course Assessement State weightage of each type of assessment. Mode of Delivery Mapping of course / module to the Programme Learning Outcomes Programme Outcomes Learning Outcome of the course
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Have advanced mathematics skills in the areas of vector algebra and vector analysis. Ability to use the theories of static electric fields and the constitutive relations. Ability to use the theories of magnetic fields and the constitutive relations. Ability to use Faradays law, Maxwells equations, the continuity equation, and boundary conditions to solve time varying electromagnetic field problems.

Content outline of the course / module and the SLT per topic Learning Weeks Topics Task/Reading Hours 1-4 Introduction to Electromagnetic theory, Scalars and Vectors, Vector Algebra, The Cartesian Coordinate System, Unit Vector and Vector Fields, The Dot and 12 Cross products, Circular Cylindrical and Spherical Quizzes Chapter 3 Coordinate Systems, Review of gradient, divergence and 1, 2 curl of fields. 5-8 Electrostatics in free space, Coulombs law, Electric field intensity, Field due to a continuous volume charge distribution. Flux density, Gausss law, Applications of Gausss law, Divergence, Maxwells first equation and Divergence Theorem. Energy and potential on a moving point charge in an electric field. The line integral, Definition of potential difference and potential, Potential Gradient, Continuity of current, Capacitance, Capacitance of a coaxial cable and parallel palates. Poissons and Laplaces equations, Examples of the solution of Laplaces and Poissons Equations. Midt-Term Exam

12 Quizzes 3, 4

Chapter 4

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Magnetics in free space, Magnetic field intensity, Biot9 Savart law, Amperes circuital law, The definition of Curl and Stokes Theorem, Magnetic flux and magnetic Quizzes flux density, Scalar and vector Magnetic Potentials, 5,6 Magnetic dipole. Faradays law of electromagnetic induction, Concept of displacement current, Maxwells Equations in point 9 form, Maxwells Equations in integral form, The retarded Quizzes potentials. 7, 8 Main references supporting the course

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The reference lists shall be presented in accordance with APA bibliographic practices and in alphabetical order.

Required

Ulaby, F. T. (2010). Fundamentals of Applied Electromagnetics , 6th Ed. Prentice Hall


Additional references supporting the course Recommended 1. Cheng, D. K. (1993). Fundamentals of Engineering Electromagnetics, Addision Wesley. 2. Hoole S.R.H. & Hoole P.R.P. (1996). A Modern Short Course in Engineering Electromagnetics, Oxford Univ. Press Hall. 3. Kraus, J. D.(1992). Electromagnetics, , 4th Edition, McGraw Hill. 4. Hayt, W. H. (2007). Engineering Electromagnetics, 7th Edition , McGraw Hill.

5. Ramo S., Whinnery J.R. & Duzer T.V. (1994). Fields and Waves in Communication Electronics, 3rd Edition, , John Wiley. Prepared by: Checked by: Approved by:

Dr. Musse Mohamud Ahmed Kulliyyah of Engineering

Othman O. Khalifa Head of Department Kulliyyah of Engineering

Amir Akramin Shafie Dean Kulliyyah of Engineering

Programme Learning Outcome (PO): At the end of the programme, Students are able to:

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acquire and apply knowledge of mathematics, computers, science, and engineering. (T) have in-depth understanding and technical competency in relevant engineering discipline. (T) identify, formulate and provide solutions to engineering problems. (T) design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data. (D) analyze and design a system, component, or process to achieve the required objectives. (A) apply design principles for sustainable development. (D) communicate effectively. (S) function effectively as an individual and in group with the capacity to be a leader or manager as well as an effective team member. (S) 9. recognize the need for lifelong learning and to pursue independent learning for professional development. (S) 10. understand the responsibility of a professional engineer in the context of contemporary social, cultural, global and environmental issues. (ESSE) 11. demonstrate understanding and commitment to professional and ethical responsibilities. (ESSE) 12. understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context through broad-based education. (ESSE) The program learning outcomes (PO) are grouped into 5 general areas to identify the nature of the skills and capability involved. These groups are: 1. Technical (T) essential capabilities related to traditional scientific and engineering knowledge 2. Analysis (A) creatively working with available data and engineering tools and fundamental knowledge to correctly solve basic problem 3. Design (D) being able to perceive the best solution for both small scale and large scale project by involving all required basic problems 4. Ethics, Safety, Society and Environment (ESSE) - giving appropriate consideration to matters pertaining to professionalism and ethics, safety, local and global society and the environment 5. Work skills (S) being and effective communicator and effective member of a team and to appreciate the need to continuously acquired skills and abilities.

Equivalence between Kulliyyah of Engineering PO and MQF Domain: KOE PO 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. MQF Domain 1. Knowledge 1. Knowledge 1. Knowledge 2. Practical Skills 6. Problem Solving and Scientific Skills 6. Problem Solving and Scientific Skills 5. Communication, Leadership and Team Skills 8. Managerial and Entrepreneurial Skills 7. Information Management and Lifelong Learning Skills 3. Social skills and Responsibilities 4. Value, Attitudes and Professionalism 7. Information Management and Lifelong Learning Skills