Electromagnetic Lab

About the lab

The Electromagnetic Lab provides practical hands-on experiments on basic and applied electromagnetic to second and third year undergraduate students and antenna and propagation to fourth year undergraduate students.

The equipment is also used as part of teaching materials for the Field Theory, Electromagnetic and Antenna and Propagation courses.

Equipment

Coil and iron core, Variable transformator, Transformer, Paired coils in Helmholtz arrangement, Rectifier

Courses related to the lab

KIE2007: Basic Electromagnetics

KIE3004: Applied Electromagnetics

KEEE1123: Field Theory

KEEE3213: Electromagnetic theory

Experiments in the lab

EM1: MAGNETIC INDUCTION & FERROMAGNETIC HYSTERESIS

EM2: MAGNETIC FIELD OUTSIDE A CONDUCTOR & IN HELMHOLTZ ARRANGEMENT

EM3: LORENTZ FORCE AND TRANSFORMER

G1: IMPEDANCE MEASUREMENT BY SMITH CHART

G2: HORN ANTENNA DESIGN

G3: ANTENNA MEASUREMENT

Location

3rd floor, Block Y (Engineering Summit), Department of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering

Opening hours

Monday – Thursday (9 am – 1 pm, 2 pm - 5 pm)

Friday (9 am – 12 pm, 3 pm - 5 pm)

Contact info

Tel: +6037967 2717 / 2721 / 5205

 

Lab Layout

 

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