# Electromagnétism (05AOGELM)

**Coefficient :**2**Hourly Volume:**50h (including 36h supervised)- CTD : 36h supervised (and 6h unsupervised)
- Out-of-schedule personal work : 8h

### AATs Lists

## Description

Study of the origin and properties of potentials, fields and electrostatic forces, and associated energies, calculation of simple fields, notions of capacitance. Magnetostatic fields and forces, notion of induction and Faraday's law, Maxwell's equations

## Learning Outcomes AAv (AAv)

AAv1 [heures: 14, B2, F1] : At the end of the semester, students will be able to precisely describe the physical properties (Coulomb forces, electric field, electric potential) induced in a vacuum by simple distributions of static point, line, surface and volume loads.

AAv2 [heures: 13, B2, B3] : At the end of the semester, students will be able to carefully explain, through simple and documented calculations and/or diagrams and/or precise descriptions, physical phenomena (field electric, electric potential, flow of the electric field) generated by distributions of point, linear, surface or volume electric charges both in a vacuum, on the passage of charged surfaces, as well as on the surfaces and inside conductors in electrostatic and dielectric balance.

AAv3 [heures: 11, B3, C1, F1] : At the end of the semester, students should be able to clearly explain the influence phenomena between potentially charged conductors, and apply them to capacitors.

AAv4 [heures: 6, B2] : At the end of the semester, the student must be able to determine the direction, the direction and the module of the magnetic induction vector generated by a system formed of rectilinear wires, turns and of solenoids each carrying a current.

AAv5 [heures: 6, B3] : At the end of the semester, the student is able to use the consequences of the Lenz-Faraday law to analyze the induction phenomena generated in conductive loops.

## Assessment methods

A long assessment (coefficient 1) and the average of several short assessments (coefficient 1)

## Key Words

Electrostatic field and potential, Coulomb's law, Gauss' theorem, capacitor Magnetostatic field, Biot and Savart law, Ampère's theorem, Faraday's law, inductance

## Prerequisites

Basic knowledge of electricity, basics of engineering mathematics (integration and derivation in particular)

## Resources

- Handouts
- J.-P. Perez, R. Carles, R. Fleckinger, ”Electromagnétisme : Fondements et applications”, Dunod
- J.D. Jackson, ”Electrodynamique classique”, Dunod