Vous êtes sur la page 1sur 4

Academic Year 2016-17

Lesson Plan

Name of the Faculty: K.Durga Devi


Course Name : EM Waves and Transmission lines Course Code : R22042
Program : B.Tech Class : II ECE- A Semester : Even

Teaching*
Session Proposed Actual Ref with
Topics to be covered Method/
No. Date date page No.
Aid
Unit-1: Electrostatics and Magnetostatics
Introduction- Dicussion on Prerequisites T1(105-106)
01 21-11-16 PPT
and course objectives T1(55-89)
02 Electrostatics: Coulombs law 23-11-16 T1(106-108) Chalk&Talk
03 Electric Field Intensity, Electric flux density 24-11-16 T1(108-125) Chalk&Talk
04 Gauss law and applications 25-11-16 T1(126-132) Chalk&Talk
Electric Potential, Maxwells two equations for 26-11-16
05 T1(135-142) Chalk&Talk
electrostatic fields
06 Tutorial 28-11-16 ----- Chalk&Talk
07 Energy density, Illustrative problems 30-11-16 T1(148-152) Chalk&Talk
Convention and conduction currents, Dielectric 1-12-16 T1(170-172)
08 Chalk&Talk
Constant T1(182-183)
Continuity equation, Relaxation 2-12-16 T1(188-189)
09 Chalk&Talk
Time,Poissions and laplaces equations T1(209-210)
10 Capacitance-Parallel plate, coaxial 3-12-16 T1(235-237) Chalk&Talk
11 Tutorial 5-12-16 ----- Chalk&Talk
12 Sperical Caopacitors, Illustrative problems 7-12-16 T1(237-250) Chalk&Talk
Magnetostatics: Biot-savart law, Amperes
13 8-12-16 T1(274-290) Chalk&Talk
Circuit law and Applications
Magnetic flux density, Maxwells two
14 9-12-17 T1(293-295) Chalk&Talk
equations for magnetostatic Fileds
Magnetic scalar and vector potentials, Forces T1(296-298)
15 10-12-16 Chalk&Talk
due to Magnetic Fields T1(319-322)
16 Tutorial 12-12-16 ----- Chalk&Talk
14-12-16 Lecture
Inductance and Magnetic Energy, Illustrative
17
Problems
T1(350-355) cum
Discussion
Unit-2: Maxwells Equations (Time Varying Fields)
18 Faradays Law and Transformer emf 15-12-16 T1(386-389) Chalk&Talk
19 Inconsistency of Amperes law, 16-12-16 T2(101-103) Chalk&Talk
20 Displacement Current density 17-12-16 T1(397-399) Chalk&Talk
21 Tutorial 19-12-16 ----- Chalk&Talk
Maxwells equations in different Final forms 21-12-16
22 T2(103-105) Chalk&Talk
and word statements
23 Conditions at boundery surface: Dielectric- 22-12-16 T1(109-193) Chalk&Talk

Page 1 of 4
Dielectric interface (Electric Fields)
Dielectric-Conductor interfaces(Electric 23-12-16
24 T1(193-195) Chalk&Talk
Fields)
25 Boundary conditions for magnetic fields 24-12-16 T1(344-346) Chalk&Talk
26 Tutorial 26-12-16 ----- Chalk&Talk
28-12-16 Lecture
27 Illustartive Problems T1(196-199) cum
Discussion
Unit-3: EM Waves Characteristics-I
Chalk&Talk
28 Introduction (Wave definitions, Media types) 29-12-16 T1(429-433) &
Animations
29 Wave equation for conducting media 30-12-16 T1(436-441) Chalk&Talk
30 Wave equation for dielectric media 31-12-16 T1(441-443) Chalk&Talk
31 Tutorial 2-1-17 ----- Chalk&Talk
Uniform Plane waves- Definition, relations
32 4-1-17 T2(116-119) Chalk&Talk
between E&H
Sinusoidal Variations, wave Propagation in
33 5-1-17 T2(121-125) Chalk&Talk
lossless medium
34 Wave propagation in conducting medium 6-1-17 T2(125-126) Chalk&Talk
35 Coductors and Dilectrics Characterization 7-1-17 T2(127-128) Chalk&Talk
36 Tutorial 9-1-17 ----- Chalk&Talk
37 Wave Propagation in good condutors 11-1-17 T2(129-130) Chalk&Talk
38 Tutorial 16-1-17 ----- Chalk&Talk
39 wave propagation in good dilectrics 12-1-17 T2(128-129) Chalk&Talk
40 Polarization(Elliptical) 18-1-17 T2(130-133) Chalk&Talk
41 Polarization(Circular) 19-1-17 T2(130-132) Chalk&Talk
Unit-4: EM Waves Characteristics-II
Reflection and refraction of plane waves-
42 20-1-17 T2(136-139) Chalk&Talk
Normal incidence by perfect conductor
43 Normal incidence by perfect dielectrics 21-1-17 T2(140-142) Chalk&Talk
44 Tutorial 23-1-17 ----- Chalk&Talk
45 Oblique incidence by perfect conductor 25-1-17 T2(143-144) Chalk&Talk
46 Oblique incidence by perfect dielectrics 27-1-17 T2(139-143) Chalk&Talk
Brewster angle, Critical angle and total internal
47 28-1-17 T2(144-147) Chalk&Talk
reflections
48 Tutorial 30-1-17 ----- Chalk&Talk
49 Surface impedance 1-2-17 T2(147-150) Chalk&Talk
Pointing Vector and Pointing theorem, 2-2-17
50 T2(153-155) Chalk&Talk
Applications
51 Power loss in a plane conductor 3-2-17 T2(162-165) Chalk&Talk
52 Illustative problems 4-2-17 T2(173-174) Chalk&Talk
53 Tutorial 6-2-17 ----- Chalk&Talk
Unit-5: Transmission Lines-I
Demonstarte
54 Types of Transmission Lines, Line parameters 8-2-17 R4(1-4)
with models
55 Transmission line equations 9-2-17 R4(8-12) Chalk&Talk
R4(5)&
56 Primary & Secondary Constants 10-2-17 Chalk&Talk
R4(15-16)
57 Expressions for Characteristics Impedance 11-2-17 R4(16-17) Chalk&Talk
58 Tutorial 13-2-17 ----- Chalk&Talk
59 Propagation constant, Phase and Group 15-2-17 R4(17-21) Chalk&Talk

Page 2 of 4
Velocities
60 Infanite line concepts 16-2-17 R4(13-15) Chalk&Talk
61 Losslessness/Low Loss Characterization 17-2-17 T1(508) Chalk&Talk
Distortion- Conditions for distortionlessness 18-2-17
62 R4(137-141) Chalk&Talk
and minimum attenuation
63 Tutorial 20-2-17 ----- Chalk&Talk
64 Loading-types of loading 22-2-17 R4(141-144) Chalk&Talk
23-2-17 Flipped
65 Illustrative Problems R4(145-148)
Class
Unit-6: Transmission Lines-II
66 Input Impedance Relations 25-2-17 R4(64-66) Chalk&Talk
67 Tutorial 27-2-17 ----- Chalk&Talk
68 SC and OC lines 1-3-17 R5(900-904) Chalk&Talk
69 Reflection Coefficient 2-3-17 R5(913-916) Chalk&Talk
70 VSWR 3-3-17 R5(916-921) Chalk&Talk
71 UHF lines as a Circuit elements 4-3-17 T2(224-226) Chalk&Talk
72 Tutorial 6-3-17 ----- Chalk&Talk
73 /8, /4, /2 lines-Impedance transformations 8-3-17 R5(922-923) Chalk&Talk
74 Smitt chart configuration 9-3-17 R1(520-526) Chalk&Talk
75 Applications of Chart 10-3-17 R1(527-532) Chalk&Talk
76 Single stub matching 11-3-17 R5(923-932) Chalk&Talk
77 Tutorial 13-3-17 ----- Chalk&Talk
78 Double stub matching 15-3-17 R5(932-934) Chalk&Talk
79 Illustative problems 16-3-17 R5(935-937) JigSaw
80 Illustative problems 17-3-17 R5(938-939) Chalk&Talk
NPTEL
81 Radiation from two wire transmission line 18-3-17 W1
Video

Text books:
T1. Elements of Electromagnetics-Mathew N. O. Sadiku, Oxford Univ. Press, 3rd ed., 2001.
T2. Electromagnetic Waves and Radiating systems-E.C Jordon and K.G. Balmain, PHI, 2nd
Edition, 2000.
References :
R1. Electromagnetic Fields and wave Theory-GSN Raju, Person Education, 2006
R2. Engineering Electromagnetics-Nathan Ida, Springer(India) Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 2nd ed.
R3. Engineering electromagnetic-William H. Hyth jr. John A. Buck, TMH, 7th ed., 2006
R4. Transmission Lines and Networks- Umesh Sinha, Satya Prakashan (Tech. India
Publications), New Delhi, 2001.
R5. Antenns and Wave Propagation K.D.Prasad, Satya Prakashan, 3rd Edition, New Delhi.
Web Source:
W1. http://nptel.ac.in/courses/117101056/
W2. http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/electrical-engineering-and-computer-science/6-632-
electromagnetic-wave-theory-spring-2003

Page 3 of 4
Prepared by Approved by

Signature
Name K.Durga Devi N.V.G. Prasad
Designation Assistant Professor Head of the Department
Date

*Teaching Method: Flipped Class, Lecture cum discussion, jigsaw, etc.


Teaching Aid: PPT, Video, Chalk & Talk etc.

Page 4 of 4