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Depth of the penetration, surface impedance and surface resistance. MagnetostaticsContinuity equation and definition of steady state current. Chapter 10 Electromagnetic Waves.

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Uniform Plane WaveEM waves in charge free, current free dielectric. Chapter10 Poynting Vector and Flow of Power.

Magnetic Field Intensity and Potential Magnetic flux and flux density Ampere s circuital law and its application. Properties of conductors and dielectrics. Transformation of co-ordinates, physical significance of gradient, divergence and Del operator.

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Derivation of Wave Equations and Ttansmission Equations. Capacitance – Parallel plate, spherical and for co-axial cables. Field due to continuous charge distribution line, surface and Volume. Equipotentials, Potential gradients, Relation between E and V.

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