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ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD THEORY

ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD THEORY

Vikas Publishing
  • 9789325978584
  • 528 pages
  • Paperback
  • 6.75" x 9.5" inches
  • Book 375.00
  • 2014

 

The book Electromagnetic Field Theory caters to the students of BE/BTech Electronics and Communication Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, and Electronic Instrumentation Engineering, as electromagnetics is an integral part of their curricula. It covers a wide range of topics that deal with various physical and mathematical concepts, including vector functions, coordinate systems, integration and differentiation, complex numbers, and phasors.

The book helps in understanding the electric and magnetic fields on different charge and current distributions, such as line, surface, and volume. It also explains the electromagnetic behaviour of waves, fields in transmission lines, and radiation in antennas. A number of electromagnetic applications are also included to develop the interest of students.

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• Vector Analysis • Electrostatic Fields • Conductors and Dielectrics in Electric Field • Boundary Value Problems in Electrostatics • Static Magnetic Fields • Magnetic Forces, Materials, and Boundary Conditions • Maxwell's Equations and Time-varying Fields • Electromagnetic Waves • Waveguides • Transmission Lines • Antennas • Electromagnetic Interference and Compatibility