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# Category: Electromagnetic Fields and Waves

**Electromagnetic Field****s**** and Waves****: Preface**

**Aim of the study element **

To explain the basic concepts of electrostatics, magnetism, electromagnet waves and fields, and to use this knowledge to solve complex electrical engineering problems, electrical devices and materials analysis.

**Learning outcome**

Having successfully completed this element you will be able:

- Understand and use the concepts of electrostatics.
- Understand and use the concepts of magnetism.
- Analyse electrical and magnetic
- Use main electro- and magnetostatic rules and theorems applied to real situations.
- Apply Maxwell equations to circuits.
- Use mathematical tools for circuits in an electromagnetic environment.

**Covered topics**

- Electric field – Columb law.
- Gauss theorem.
- Work in electrostatic fields.
- Conductors in electrostatic fields.
- Electric fields in insulators.
- Magnetic fields in a vacuum.
- Magnet induction.
- Electromotive force.
- Magnetic fields in compounds.
- Maxwell theory.

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