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Course syllabus I-AMAG - Applied Magnetism (FEEIT - WS 2016/2017)

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University: Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava
Faculty: Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
Course unit title: Applied Magnetism
Course unit code: I-AMAG
Mode of completion and Number of ECTS credits: Exam (5 credits)
Name of lecturer: Ing. Jozef Paľa, PhD. (instructor) - slovak, english
Ing. Martin Šoka, PhD. (instructor) - slovak, english
doc. Ing. Elemír Ušák, PhD. (instructor, lecturer, person responsible for course) - slovak, english
Learning outcomes of the course unit:
By completing the course the student obtains basic information from the field of physical phenomena and processes manifested in magnetic materials as well as knowledge of the classification of substances in terms of their magnetic properties. The students will learn basic methods of evaluating the properties of such materials with respect to the requirements of specific applications in the field of electrical engineering (e.g., electrical machines - transformers, generators, motors, etc..).
Prerequisites and co-requisites: none
Course contents:
Basic concepts and values ​​of the electromagnetic field, Maxwell's equations in integral and differential form. Material relationships, magnetic permeability and susceptibility, complex permeability. Atomic magnetism. The classification of substances according to magnetic properties. Substances without a magnetic structure and with disordered structure, diamagnetism, paramagnetism. Substances with an organized structure, ferromagnetism, antiferromagnetism, ferrimagnetism. Magnetic anisotropy and its classification. Magnetostriction (Joule effect) and its categorisation. Magnetoelastic (Vilari's) phenomenon and its relationship with magnetostriction, magnetoelastic energy. Domain structure of ferromagnets. Methods of magnetic domains observation. Magnetisation processes, domain walls motion, magnetic polarisation vector rotations, paraproces, saturation magnetic polarisation. The mechanism of magnetisation (formation of magnetic reversal nuclei), reasons for magnetic hysteresis. Basics of measurement of magnetic properties of massive samples. Methods of sample demagnetization.
Recommended or required reading:
HAJKO, V. -- POTOCKÝ, L. -- ZENTKO, A. Magnetizačné procesy. Bratislava : Alfa, 1982. 318 p.
BERTOTTI, G. Hysteresis in magnetism: for physicists, materials scientists, and engineers. San Diego : Academic Press, 1998. 558 p. ISBN 0-12-093270-9.
JILES, D C. Introduction to Magnetism and Magnetic Materials. London: Stanley Thornes Pub. Ltd, 1998. ISBN 0-41-279860-3.
HUBERT, A. -- SCHÄFER, R. Magnetic domains: The analysis of magnetic microstructures. Berlin : Springer Verlag, 1998. 696 p. ISBN 3-540-64108-4.
CHIKAZUMI, S. Physics of magnetism. New York : John Wiley & Sons, 1964. 554 p.
WHITE, R M. Quantum theory of magnetism. New York: McGraw-Hill, Inc., 1970. ISSN 0171-1873.

Planned learning activities and teaching methods: lectures, seminars, laboratory exercises
Assesment methods and criteria: ongoing test, preparation of reports, final exam (written/oral)
Language of instruction: Slovak, English
Work placement(s): There is no compulsory work placement in the course unit.

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