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# Engineering electromagnetics / by Umran S. Inan and Aziz S. Inan

Material type: TextPublisher: New Delhi : Pearson Education Private Limited, 2010cDescription: xx, 776, 28 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cmISBN: 9788131733189 (pbk)DDC classification: 530.141
Contents:
1. Introduction. Lumped versus Distributed Electrical Circuits. Electromagnetic Components. Maxwell's Equations and Electromagnetic Waves. Summary. 2. Transient Response of Transmission Lines. Heuristic Discussion of Transmission Line Behavior and Circuit Models. Transmission Line Equations and Wave Solutions. Reflection at Discontinuities. Transient Response of Transmission Lines with Resistive Terminations. Transient Response of Transmission Lines with Reactive or Nonlinear Terminations. Selected Practical Topics. Transmission Line Parameters. Summary. Problems. 3. Steady-State Waves on Transmission Lines Wave Solutions Using Phasors. Voltage and Current on Lines with Short- or Open-Circuit. Terminations. Lines Terminated with Arbitrary Impedance. Power Flow on a Transmission Line. Impedance Matching. The Smith Chart. Selected Application Examples. Sinusoidal Steady-State Behavior of Lossy Lines. Transmission Lines as Resonant Circuits Elements. Summary. Problems. 4. The Static Electric Field. Electric Charge. Coulomb's Law. The Electric Field. The Electric Potential. Electric Flux and Gauss's Law. Divergence: Differential Form of Gauss's Law. Metallic Conductors. Poisson's and Laplace's Equations. Capacitance. Dielectric Materials. Electrostatic Boundary Conditions. Electrostatic Energy. Electrostatic Forces. Summary. Problems. 5. Steady Electric Currents. Current Density and the Microscopic View of Conduction. Current Flow, ohm's Law, and Resistance. Electromotive Force and Kirchoff's Voltage Law. The Continuity Equation and Kirchoff's Current Law. Redistribution of Free Charge. Boundary Conditions for Steady Current Flow. Duality of J and D: The Resistance-Capacitance Analogy. Joule's Law. Summary. Problems. 6. The Static Magnetic Field. Ampere's Law of Force. The Biot-Savart Law and Its Applications. Ampere's Circuital Law. Curl of the Magnetic Field: Differential Form of Ampere's Law. Vector Magnetic Potential. The Magnetic Dipole. Divergence of B, Magnetic Flux, and Inductance. Magnetic Fields in Material Media. Boundary Conditions for Magnetostatic Fields. Magnetic Forces and Torques. Summary. Problems. 7. Time-Varying Fields and Maxwell's Equations. Faraday's Law. Induction Due to Motion. Energy in a Magnetic Field. Maxwell's Equations. Review of Maxwell's Equations. Summary. Problems. 8. Electromagnetic Waves. Plane Electromagnetic Waves in an Unbounded Medium. Reflection and Transmission of Waves at Planar Interfaces. Guided Waves. Summary. Problems. Appendix A: Vector Analysis. Appendix B: Derivation of Ampere's Circuital Law from the Biot-Savart Law. Appendix C: Frequently Used Symbols and Units for Basic Quantities. Appendix D: Fundamental Physical Constants. General Bibliography. Answers to Odd Numbered Problems. Index.
Summary: Provides a foundation in electromagnetics fundamentals by emphasizing physical understanding and practical applications. This text starts with coverage of transmission lines before addressing
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1. Introduction. Lumped versus Distributed Electrical Circuits. Electromagnetic Components. Maxwell's Equations and Electromagnetic Waves. Summary. 2. Transient Response of Transmission Lines. Heuristic Discussion of Transmission Line Behavior and Circuit Models. Transmission Line Equations and Wave Solutions. Reflection at Discontinuities. Transient Response of Transmission Lines with Resistive Terminations. Transient Response of Transmission Lines with Reactive or Nonlinear Terminations. Selected Practical Topics. Transmission Line Parameters. Summary. Problems. 3. Steady-State Waves on Transmission Lines Wave Solutions Using Phasors. Voltage and Current on Lines with Short- or Open-Circuit. Terminations. Lines Terminated with Arbitrary Impedance. Power Flow on a Transmission Line. Impedance Matching. The Smith Chart. Selected Application Examples. Sinusoidal Steady-State Behavior of Lossy Lines. Transmission Lines as Resonant Circuits Elements. Summary. Problems. 4. The Static Electric Field. Electric Charge. Coulomb's Law. The Electric Field. The Electric Potential. Electric Flux and Gauss's Law. Divergence: Differential Form of Gauss's Law. Metallic Conductors. Poisson's and Laplace's Equations. Capacitance. Dielectric Materials. Electrostatic Boundary Conditions. Electrostatic Energy. Electrostatic Forces. Summary. Problems. 5. Steady Electric Currents. Current Density and the Microscopic View of Conduction. Current Flow, ohm's Law, and Resistance. Electromotive Force and Kirchoff's Voltage Law. The Continuity Equation and Kirchoff's Current Law. Redistribution of Free Charge. Boundary Conditions for Steady Current Flow. Duality of J and D: The Resistance-Capacitance Analogy. Joule's Law. Summary. Problems. 6. The Static Magnetic Field. Ampere's Law of Force. The Biot-Savart Law and Its Applications. Ampere's Circuital Law. Curl of the Magnetic Field: Differential Form of Ampere's Law. Vector Magnetic Potential. The Magnetic Dipole. Divergence of B, Magnetic Flux, and Inductance. Magnetic Fields in Material Media. Boundary Conditions for Magnetostatic Fields. Magnetic Forces and Torques. Summary. Problems. 7. Time-Varying Fields and Maxwell's Equations. Faraday's Law. Induction Due to Motion. Energy in a Magnetic Field. Maxwell's Equations. Review of Maxwell's Equations. Summary. Problems. 8. Electromagnetic Waves. Plane Electromagnetic Waves in an Unbounded Medium. Reflection and Transmission of Waves at Planar Interfaces. Guided Waves. Summary. Problems. Appendix A: Vector Analysis. Appendix B: Derivation of Ampere's Circuital Law from the Biot-Savart Law. Appendix C: Frequently Used Symbols and Units for Basic Quantities. Appendix D: Fundamental Physical Constants. General Bibliography. Answers to Odd Numbered Problems. Index.

Provides a foundation in electromagnetics fundamentals by emphasizing physical understanding and practical applications. This text starts with coverage of transmission lines before addressing

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