- Developing analytical and quantitative approach
- Developing an abstract visualization of natural phenomena
- Identify the problem, engage in problem solving and logical link key facts and elements
- Developing accountability and ethics
|Content (Course curriculum)
- Coulomb’s law
- of the electric field
- on the principle of linear superposition
- of Gauss’ law
- of the scalar potential – Poisson equation
- Work on the charge in an electrostatic field
- magnetic induction and Biot-Savart law
- the vector potential calibration freedom
- Multipole on development
- the magnetic moment
- force and torque on the localized currents in a given magnetic field
- Electrodynamics in a vacuum
- charge motion in default electromagnetic fields
- motion in a constant homogeneous fields
- motion in periodic fields
- electromagnetic field of the charge and current whose motion default
- Maxwell’s equations in vacuum
- the continuity equation
- Maxwell’s equations away from the current and charge – electromagnetic waves, polarization
- energy and momentum of electromagnetic fields
- electromagnetic potentials, their significance and gradient invariance
- retarded and advanced solutions
- Lienard-Wichert potentials
the effects of radiation
- Griffiths, David J.: Introduction to Electrodynamics, 4rd edition Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 1999.
- D. Jackson: Classical Electrodynamics, 3rd edition, John Wiley, New York, 1998.
- I. Supek: Teorijska fizika I struktura materije, Školska knjiga, Zagreb, 1977.
- O. Barut: Electrodynamics and Classical Theory of Fields and Particles, MacMillan, New York, 1964.
- F. Rorlich: Classical charged particles. Addison-Wisley, Reading, Massachusetts, 1965.
||Lectures on the theory and the problem-solving exercises and seminars
||The exam is in writing and oral form
|Quality control and successfulness follow up
||Student’s survey and statistical analysis of exam results