Electromagnetism and Circuits module (EG11006)
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EG11006
Modern life is underpinned by reliance on electricity. In this module, you will explore the fundamental concepts that enable us to understand how electric circuits operate and the intimate connection between electrical and magnetic phenomena.
You will develop an understanding of these concepts and the appropriate mathematical and problemsolving tools to allow an analysis of electrostatic, circuit, and electromagnetic induction problems.
This module will give you the foundation for studying at higher levels in physics and engineering subjects. Still, it will also interest those studying a broader range of courses with an appropriate mathematics and physics background.
Topics include:

properties of electric charge, conductors and insulators, Coulomb’s Law of electrostatic attraction

electric fields, electric dipoles, electric forces

electric potential and potential energy, equipotentials, potential gradients

circuit properties, direct current, capacitance, dielectrics, resistivity, resistance, electromagnetic force, Kirchoff’s Laws, resistive capacitive circuits

magnetic fields, magnetic flux
Courses
This module is available on following courses: