Fundamentals of Engineering Electromagnetics

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ISBN:

9780198077947

Publication date:

30/06/2012

Paperback

608 pages

243.0x160.0mm

Price: 710.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780198077947

Publication date:

30/06/2012

Paperback

608 pages

243.0x160.0mm

First Edition

Sunil Bhooshan

Fundamentals of Engineering Electromagnetics is designed for undergraduate engineering courses in electromagnetics. The book aims to provide students of electrical engineering and electronics and communication engineering with an understanding of the fundamentals of electromagnetic fields and their applications.

Suitable for: Fundamentals of Engineering Electromagnetics is designed for undergraduate engineering courses in electromagnetics.

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First Edition

Sunil Bhooshan

Description

Fundamentals of Engineering Electromagnetics is designed for undergraduate engineering courses in electromagnetics. The book aims to provide students of electrical engineering and electronics and communication engineering with an understanding of the fundamentals of electromagnetic fields and their applications.

The book begins with the basics of mathematics in Part I such as scalars and vectors, coordinate systems, and vector calculus. Part II discusses electrostatics covering topics such as electric field, electrostatic energy and potential, Laplace's and Poisson's equations. Part III focusses on magnetostatics detailing steady magnetic fields, magnetic forces, inductance, and magnetisation. Part IV deals with time-varying fields and radiation and propagation. In this section, antennas and radio wave propagation have covered in detail. The appendices at the end of the book equip the students with all the important tables and information they would require for this course.

First Edition

Sunil Bhooshan

Table of contents

Part I Introduction
Chapter 1. Scalars and Vectors
Chapter 2. Coordinate Systems and Fields
Chapter 3. Vector Calculus
Part II Electrostatics
Chapter 4. The Electric Field and Gauss's Law
Chapter 5. Energy and Potential
Chapter 6. The Electric Field and Material Media
Chapter 7. Laplace's and Poisson's Equations
Part III Magnetostatics
Chapter 8. The Steady Magnetic Field
Chapter 9. Magnetic Forces, Inductance, and Magnetisation
Part IV Time Varying Fields, Radiation, and Propagation
Chapter 10. Time-Dependant Fields
Chapter 11. Electromagnetic Waves
Chapter 12. Transmission Lines and Waveguides
Chapter 13. Radiation from Currents
Chapter 14. Introduction to Antennas
Chapter 15. Radio Wave Propagation

First Edition

Sunil Bhooshan

Features

  • Includes over 250 illustrations, many of which provide a three-dimensional view for better understanding
  • Provides additional interesting information related to the topic under discussion
  • Provides numerous solved examples within the chapter, and a self-assessment section at the end of the chapter comprising numerical problems, objective type questions, review questions, and short-answer questions
  • Provides quick recapitulation of important formulae and definitions

Description

Fundamentals of Engineering Electromagnetics is designed for undergraduate engineering courses in electromagnetics. The book aims to provide students of electrical engineering and electronics and communication engineering with an understanding of the fundamentals of electromagnetic fields and their applications.

The book begins with the basics of mathematics in Part I such as scalars and vectors, coordinate systems, and vector calculus. Part II discusses electrostatics covering topics such as electric field, electrostatic energy and potential, Laplace's and Poisson's equations. Part III focusses on magnetostatics detailing steady magnetic fields, magnetic forces, inductance, and magnetisation. Part IV deals with time-varying fields and radiation and propagation. In this section, antennas and radio wave propagation have covered in detail. The appendices at the end of the book equip the students with all the important tables and information they would require for this course.

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Table of contents

Part I Introduction
Chapter 1. Scalars and Vectors
Chapter 2. Coordinate Systems and Fields
Chapter 3. Vector Calculus
Part II Electrostatics
Chapter 4. The Electric Field and Gauss's Law
Chapter 5. Energy and Potential
Chapter 6. The Electric Field and Material Media
Chapter 7. Laplace's and Poisson's Equations
Part III Magnetostatics
Chapter 8. The Steady Magnetic Field
Chapter 9. Magnetic Forces, Inductance, and Magnetisation
Part IV Time Varying Fields, Radiation, and Propagation
Chapter 10. Time-Dependant Fields
Chapter 11. Electromagnetic Waves
Chapter 12. Transmission Lines and Waveguides
Chapter 13. Radiation from Currents
Chapter 14. Introduction to Antennas
Chapter 15. Radio Wave Propagation

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