Electrostatics and Electric Circuits, Magnetism 5N00EI69-3002 01.01.2020-31.07.2020 3 cr(19I132, ...)+-
Learning outcomes of the course unit
- knows how to describe electromagnetic phenomena and electric circuits with physical quantities and their dependencies
- is able to give justifiable solutions to related problems.
- knows how the electric and magnetic fields are generated and how these fields are used in applications.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Mechanics, fluid mechanics and thermophysics.
Electric and magnetic fields, electric circuits and different electronic components, electric and magnetic properties of matter, electromagnetic induction, principals of electric sensors.
Student is able to use quantities and units of electrostatics and magnetism. Student is able to analyze phenomena quantitatively and solve simple problems which resemble exemplary problems given during the course.
In addition to previous, student is also able to utilize the basic laws of electrostatics and magnetism in new problems and justify the solutions.
Student has a comprehensive understanding of the basic laws in electrostatics and magnetism, the interrelations between the laws and utilization of them in problem-solving. Student is fluent in analyzing problems and justifying the solutions.