## 2016-11-03

### Altan BAYKAL: Electromagnetic Theory II (Middle East Technical University)

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source: METUOpenCourseWare     2014年1月15日
Course: Electromagnetic Theory II - PHYS506
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Course Objective:
This course is designed to introduce PhD level of Electromagnetic Theory. The subjects inculde the waveguides, radiating, systems, scattering and diffraction theory, special theory of relativity, dynamics of relativistic particles and radiation from relativistic particles.
Course Content:
Diffraction radiation; introduction to special relativity and the covariant formulation; radiation from moving charges; multiple expansions; radiation reaction.

Electromagnetic Theory II - Lecture 1.1 Maxwell equations, Maxwell Displacement Current, Vector and Scalar Potentials, Gauge Transformations, Lorentz and Coulomb Gauge, Green Function for the wave equations.  50:23
Lecture 1.2 Maxwell equations, Maxwell Displacement Current, Vector and Scalar Potentials, Gauge Transformations, Lorentz and Coulomb Gauge, Green Function for the wave equations. 47:19
Lecture 2.1 Green Function for the wave equation, Poynting's theorem and conservation of energy, Momentum for a system of charge particles and electromagnetic fields.  54:54
Lecture 2.2 Green Function for the wave equation, Poynting's theorem and conservation of energy, Momentum for a system of charge particles and electromagnetic fields. 46:09
Lecture 3.1 Plane waves in a nonconducting medium, Linear and Circular Polarization, Reflection and refraction of electromagnetic waves at a plane interface between dielectrics. 48:57
Lecture 3.2 Plane waves in a nonconducting medium, Linear and Circular Polarization, Reflection and refraction of electromagnetic waves at a plane interface between dielectrics. 38:27
Lecture 4.1 Fields at the Surface of and within a Conductor and Waveguides 1:00:49
Lecture 4.2 Fields at the Surface of and within a Conductor and Waveguides  46:11
Lecture 5.1 Waveguides, Modes in a rectangular waveguide, Energy flow in waveguides. 1:03:32
Lecture 5.2 Waveguides, Modes in a rectangular waveguide, Energy flow in waveguides. 18:28
Lecture 6.1 Attenuation in Waveguides, Resonant Cavities, Fields and radiation of a localized oscillating source.  54:38
Lecture 6.2 Attenuation in Waveguides, Resonant Cavities, Fields and radiation of a localized oscillating source. 39:32
Lecture 7.1 Electric Dipole Fields and Radiation 55:59
Lecture 7.2 Electric Dipole Fields and Radiation  45:05
Lecture 8.1 Magnetic dipole and Quadrupole Fields 51:58
Lecture 8.2 Magnetic dipole and Quadrupole Fields  41:27
Lecture 9.1 Multipole Expansion of the Electromagnetic Fields 56:05
Lecture 9.2 Multipole Expansion of the Electromagnetic Fields 40:57
Lecture 10.1  Angular Distribution of Multipole Radiation, Sources of Multipole Radiation, Scattering at Long Wavelengths. 53:28
Lecture 10.2 Angular Distribution of Multipole Radiation, Sources of Multipole Radiation, Scattering at Long Wavelengths.  46:00
Lecture 11.1 Scattering by dipoles, Scattering by a small dielectric sphere, Scattering by a small perfectly conducting sphere.  59:02
Lecture 11.2 Scattering by dipoles, Scattering by a small dielectric sphere, Scattering by a small perfectly conducting sphere.  41:44
Lecture 12.1 Perturbation theory of scattering, Born approximation, Blue Sky. 50:35
Lecture 12.2 Perturbation theory of scattering, Born approximation, Blue Sky. 37:12
Lecture 13.1 Diffraction Theory, Diffraction by a Circular Aperture. 53:45
Lecture 13.2 Diffraction Theory, Diffraction by a Circular Aperture. 47:34
Lecture 14.1 Special Theory of Relativity, Lorentz transformations, 4 vectors, Light Cone, Proper Time, Time Dilation. 50:22
Lecture 14.2 Special Theory of Relativity, Lorentz transformations, 4 vectors, Light Cone, Proper Time, Time Dilation. 42:52
Lecture 15 Relativistic Doppler Shift 45:24
Lecture 16.1 Addition of Velocities, 4- Velocity, Relativistic Momentum and Energy of Particle, Mathematical Properties of the Space Time of Special Relativity. 1:01:42
Lecture 16.2 Addition of Velocities, 4- Velocity, Relativistic Momentum and Energy of Particle, Mathematical Properties of the Space Time of Special Relativity. 31:24
Lecture 17.1 Invariance of Electric Charge, Covariance of Electrodynamics.  51:41
Lecture 17.2 Invariance of Electric Charge, Covariance of Electrodynamics.  46:14
Lecture 18.1 Transformation of Electromagnetic Fields, Elementary Approach to a Relativistic Lagrangian.  1:08:46
Lecture 18.2 Transformation of Electromagnetic Fields, Elementary Approach to a Relativistic Lagrangian. 27:16
Lecture 19.1 Hamiltonian for a charge particle interacting with external electromagnetic fields, Manifestly Covariant Treatment of the Relativistic Lagrangian. 47:55
Lecture 19.2 Hamiltonian for a charge particle interacting with external electromagnetic fields, Manifestly Covariant Treatment of the Relativistic Lagrangian.  33:24
Lecture 20 Motion in Combined, Uniform, Static Electric and Magnetic Field, Lagrangian for the Electromagnetic Field.  1:08:13
Lecture 21.1 Canonical and Symmetric Stress Tensors, Conservation Laws. 1:00:11
Lecture 21.2 Canonical and Symmetric Stress Tensors, Conservation Laws.  30:11
Lecture 22 Solution of the Wave Equation in Covariant Form, Invariant Green Function.  1:11:10
Lecture 23.1 Lienard-Wiechert Potentials and Fields for a Point Charge, Larmor's Formula.  54:46
Lecture 23.2 Lienard-Wiechert Potentials and Fields for a Point Charge, Larmor's Formula.  43:26
Lecture 24 Larmor's Formula and Its Relativistic Generalization  49:00
Lecture 25.1 Angular Distribution of Radiation Emitted by an Accelerated Charge, Distribution in Frequency Radiated by Accelerated Charges, Summary of Bremsstrahlung Emission. 49:47
Lecture 25.2 Angular Distribution of Radiation Emitted by an Accelerated Charge, Distribution in Frequency Radiated by Accelerated Charges, Summary of Bremsstrahlung Emission. 50:46