Electromagnetics (EM) is the underpinning physics that defines all electronic engineering. It is traditionally thought of as difficult and the mathematical approach traditionally taken can be off-putting. For these reasons it is given less attention in many modern undergraduate degree courses.
This two day course is designed to take the mystery out of the subject by presenting it in an applications oriented manner, with explanations through word, pictures and through experiments supported by the maths where necessary.
The attendees will acquire a good basic background in engineering electromagnetics and will be well placed to further their knowledge in this field.
The course comprises a basic introduction to electromagnetics which can inform other studies on topics such as antennas, propagation, EMC and related areas. It also serves as an introduction to studies of electromagnetic numerical modelling.
This course is available on request as an in-house course at your premises or at York EMC Services. Please contact us for more information.
CPD hours | 12
Course Leader | Rob Armstrong
What is it about?
- Electric and magnetic fields and their sources
- Faraday’s Law and time varying fields
- Electromagnetics and Maxwell’s equations
- Electromagnetic waves in free space and other media
- Electromagnetic wave polarisation
- Wave reflection and transmission at boundaries
Who should attend?
- Engineers who need to have a basic understanding of the electromagnetic phenomena encountered in their workplace
- Engineers who are interested in a short introduction to the subject of Engineering electromagnetics
What will I achieve?
The attendees will acquire a good basic background in engineering Electromagnetics and will be well placed to apply their knowledge in the workplace and to further their knowledge in this field.
- Understanding of Electromagnetic (EM) fields and sources
- Simple explanations of complex subject matter
- Baseline knowledge for the working use of Electromagnetics
- 12 continuing professional development (CPD) hours* for chartered engineers or those working towards their chartered status
*Please note that the IET requirement is now 30 hours per year and can be monitored.