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An electromagnetic field (also EMF or EM field) is a physical field produced by electrically charged objects.[1] It affects the behavior of charged objects in the vicinity of the field. The electromagnetic field extends indefinitely throughout space and describes the electromagnetic interaction. It is one of the four fundamental forces of nature (the others are gravitation, weak interaction and strong interaction).

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  • Lecture-1-Introduction to Vector
  • Lecture-2-Introduction to vector(contd..........)
  • Lecture-3-Coulomb's Law
  • Lecture-4-Electric Field
  • Lecture-5-Electro Static Potential
  • Lecture-6-The Gradient
  • Lecture-7-Gauss's Law
  • Lecture-8-Poisson's Equation
  • Lecture-9-Energy in the Field
  • Lecture-10-Example Problems in Eletro Statics
  • Lecture-11-Fields in Materials
  • Lecture-12-Fields in Material Bodies
  • Lecture-13-Displacement Vector
  • Lecture-14-Capacitors
  • Lecture-15-Method Of Image
  • Lecture-16-Poisson's Equation 2Dimensions
  • Lecture-17-Field near Sharp Edges and Points
  • Lecture-18-Magnetic Field--1
  • Lecture-19-Magnetic Field-2
  • Lecture-20-Stokes Theorems
  • Lecture-21-The Curl
  • Lecture-22-Field Due to Current Loop
  • Lecture-23-Ampere's Law
  • Lecture-24-Examples of Ampere,s Law
  • Lecture-25-Inductance
  • Lecture-26-Mutual Inductance
  • Lecture 27 Faraday's law
  • Lecture-28-Magnetic Energy
  • Lecture-29-Magnetic Energy-1
  • Lecture-30-Magnetic Energy-2
  • Lecture-31-Generalised Ampere's Law
  • Lecture-32-The Wave Equation
  • Lecture-33-Wave Equation
  • Lecture-34-Poynting Theorem
  • Lecture-35-Skin Effect
  • Lecture-36-Skin Effect (Continued)
  • Lecture-37-Radiation&Circuits
  • Lecture-38-Phasor Form of Poynting Theorem
  • Lecture-39-Reflection at Dielectric boundaries
  • Lecture - 40 Reflection at Dielectric boundaries (Continued)
  • Lecture-41-Transmission Lines
  • Lecture-42-Transmission Lines(contd)&Conclusion

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