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Engineering Electromagnetics with CD

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9780073104638

ISBN10:
0073104639
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Hardcover
Pub. Date:
1/20/2005
Publisher(s):
McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math
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Summary

Engineering Electromagneticsis a "classic" book that has been updated for electromagnetics in today's world. It is designed for introductory courses in electromagnetics or electromagnetic field theory at the junior-level, but can also be used as a professional reference. This widely respected book stresses fundamentals and problem solving and discusses the material in an understandable, readable way. Numerous illustrations and analogies are provided to the aid the reader in grasping difficult concepts. In addition, independent learning is facilitated by the presence of many examples and problems.

Table of Contents

Preface xii
Guided Tour xvi
Vector Analysis
1(25)
Scalars and Vectors
1(1)
Vector Algebra
2(2)
The Rectangular Coordinate System
4(1)
Vector Components and Unit Vectors
5(3)
The Vector Field
8(1)
The Dot Product
9(3)
The Cross Product
12(2)
Other Coordinate Systems: Circular Cylindrical Coordinates
14(5)
The Spherical Coordinate System
19(7)
References
22(1)
Chapter 1 Problems
23(3)
Coulomb's Law and Electric Field Intensity
26(25)
The Experimental Law of Coulomb
27(3)
Electric Field Intensity
30(4)
Field Due to a Continuous Volume Charge Distribution
34(3)
Field of a Line Charge
37(6)
Field of a Sheet of Charge
43(2)
Streamlines and Sketches of Fields
45(6)
References
48(1)
Chapter 2 Problems
48(3)
Electric Flux Density, Gauss's Law, and Divergence
51(29)
Electric Flux Density
51(4)
Gauss's Law
55(4)
Application of Gauss's Law: Some Symmetrical Charge Distributions
59(5)
Application of Gauss's Law: Differential Volume Element
64(3)
Divergence
67(3)
Maxwell's First Equation (Electrostatics)
70(2)
The Vector Operator ∇ and the Divergence Theorem
72(8)
References
75(1)
Chapter 3 Problems
76(4)
Energy and Potential
80(34)
Energy Expended in Moving a Point Charge in an Electric Field
81(1)
The Line Integral
82(5)
Definition of Potential Difference and Potential
87(2)
The Potential Field of a Point Charge
89(2)
The Potential Field of a System of Charges: Conservative Property
91(4)
Potential Gradient
95(6)
The Dipole
101(5)
Energy Density in the Electrostatic Field
106(8)
References
110(1)
Chapter 4 Problems
110(4)
Current and Conductors
114(22)
Current and Current Density
114(2)
Continuity of Current
116(2)
Metallic Conductors
118(5)
Conductor Properties and Boundary Conditions
123(5)
The Method of Images
128(2)
Semiconductors
130(6)
References
132(1)
Chapter 5 Problems
132(4)
Dielectrics and Capacitance
136(36)
The Nature of Dielectric Materials
137(6)
Boundary Conditions for Perfect Dielectric Materials
143(6)
Capacitance
149(3)
Several Capacitance Examples
152(3)
Capacitance of a Two-Wire Line
155(5)
Using Field Sketches to Estimate Capacitance in Two-Dimensional Problems
160(5)
Current Analogies
165(7)
References
167(1)
Chapter 6 Problems
167(5)
Poisson's and Laplace's Equations
172(38)
Derivation of Poisson's and Laplace's Equations
173(2)
Uniqueness Theorem
175(2)
Examples of the Solution of Laplace's Equation
177(7)
Example of the Solution of Poisson's Equation
184(4)
Product Solution of Laplace's Equation
188(8)
Solving Laplace's Equation Through Numerical Iteration
196(14)
References
202(1)
Chapter 7 Problems
203(7)
The Steady Magnetic Field
210(49)
Biot-Savart Law
210(8)
Ampere's Circuital Law
218(7)
Curl
225(7)
Stokes' Theorem
232(5)
Magnetic Flux and Magnetic Flux Density
237(3)
The Scalar and Vector Magnetic Potentials
240(7)
Derivation of the Steady-Magnetic-Field Laws
247(12)
References
253(1)
Chapter 8 Problems
253(6)
Magnetic Forces, Materials, and Inductance
259(47)
Force on a Moving Charge
260(1)
Force on a Differential Current Element
261(4)
Force Between Differential Current Elements
265(2)
Force and Torque on a Closed Circuit
267(6)
The Nature of Magnetic Materials
273(3)
Magnetization and Permeability
276(5)
Magnetic Boundary Conditions
281(3)
The Magnetic Circuit
284(6)
Potential Energy and Forces on Magnetic Materials
290(2)
Inductance and Mutual Inductance
292(14)
References
299(1)
Chapter 9 Problems
299(7)
Time-Varying Fields and Maxwell's Equations
306(25)
Faraday's Law
306(7)
Displacement Current
313(4)
Maxwell's Equations in Point Form
317(2)
Maxwell's Equations in Integral Form
319(2)
The Retarded Potentials
321(10)
References
325(1)
Chapter 10 Problems
325(6)
Transmission Lines
331(65)
Physical Description of Transmission Line Propagation
332(2)
The Transmission Line Equations
334(2)
Lossless Propagation
336(3)
Lossless Propagation of Sinusoidal Voltages
339(2)
Complex Analysis of Sinusoidal Waves
341(2)
Transmission Line Equations and Their Solutions in Phasor Form
343(2)
Lossless and Low-Loss Propagation
345(2)
Power Transmission and Loss Characterization
347(3)
Wave Reflection at Discontinuities
350(3)
Voltage Standing Wave Ratio
353(4)
Transmission Lines of Finite Length
357(3)
Some Transmission-Line Examples
360(4)
Graphical Methods
364(11)
Transient Analysis
375(21)
References
388(1)
Chapter 11 Problems
388(8)
The Uniform Plane Wave
396(38)
Wave Propagation in Free Space
396(8)
Wave Propagation in Dielectrics
404(9)
Poynting's Theorem and Wave Power
413(3)
Propagation in Good Conductors: Skin Effect
416(7)
Wave Polarization
423(11)
References
430(1)
Chapter 12 Problems
430(4)
Plane Wave Reflection and Dispersion
434(46)
Reflection of Uniform Plane Waves at Normal Incidence
434(7)
Standing Wave Ratio
441(4)
Wave Reflection from Multiple Interfaces
445(8)
Plane Wave Propagation in General Directions
453(3)
Plane Wave Reflection at Oblique Incidence Angles
456(6)
Total Reflection and Total Transmission of Obliquely Incident Waves
462(3)
Wave Propagation in Dispersive Media
465(6)
Pulse Broadening in Dispersive Media
471(9)
References
475(1)
Chapter 13 Problems
476(4)
Guided Waves and Radiation
480(62)
Transmission Line Fields and Primary Constants
481(9)
Basic Waveguide Operation
490(4)
Plane Wave Analysis of the Parallel-Plate Waveguide
494(9)
Parallel-Plate Guide Analysis Using the Wave Equation
503(3)
Rectangular Waveguides
506(5)
Planar Dielectric Waveguides
511(6)
Optical Fiber
517(10)
Basic Antenna Principles
527(15)
References
537(1)
Chapter 14 Problems
537(5)
Appendix A Vector Analysis
542(4)
A.1 General Curvilinear Coordinates
542(1)
A.2 Divergence, Gradient, and Curl in General Curvilinear Coordinates
543(2)
A.3 Vector Identities
545(1)
Appendix B Units
546(5)
Appendix C Material Constants
551(3)
Appendix D Origins of the Complex Permittivity
554(7)
Appendix E Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems
561(6)
Index 567


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