Guru and Hiziroglu have produced an accessible and user-friendly text on electromagnetics that will appeal to both students and professors teaching this course. This lively book includes many worked examples and problems in every chapter, as well as chapter summaries and background revision material where appropriate. The book introduces undergraduate students to the basic concepts of electrostatic and magnetostatic fields, before moving on to cover Maxwell’s equations, propagation, transmission and radiation. Chapters on the Finite Element and Finite Difference method, and a detailed appendix on the Smith chart are additional enhancements. MathCad code for many examples in the book and a comprehensive solutions set are available at www.cambridge.org/9780521830164.Read more
- Great introductory electromagnetics book for undergraduate students
- Lots of worked examples, problems and summaries and a comprehensive solutions set
- MathCad examples and a solutions set have also been made available
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"… a comprehensive account of electromagnetic theory for undergraduate physics and electronics engineering students. Its key feature is that the physics is developed assuming that the student is thoroughly familiar with all of the vector analysis."
Dr T. A. Birks, Contemporary Physics
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- Edition: 2nd Edition
- Date Published: July 2009
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9780521116022
- length: 700 pages
- dimensions: 244 x 170 x 36 mm
- weight: 1.1kg
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
1. Electromagnetic field theory
2. Vector analysis
4. Steady electrical currents
6. Applications of static fields
7. Time-varying electromagnetic fields
8. Plane wave propagation
9. Transmission lines
10. Waveguides and cavity resonators
12. Computer-aided analysis of electromagnetic fields
Appendix A. Smith chart and its applications
Appendix B. Computer programs for various problems
Appendix C. Useful mathematical tables
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