by Sedki Riad
Out of stockISBN: 9780128123096Format: PaperbackTotal Pages: 316By: Panfeng HuangPublisher: Academic PressPublication Year: 2018Weight (kg): 0.51---------------
Understand electromagnetic field principles, engineering techniques, and applications
This core introductory-level undergraduate textbook gives you a solid overview of electromagnetic fields and waves. Designed to accommodate both one- and two-semester curricula, the book is laid out in accessible and holistic “learning blocks” to maximize flexibility in the classroom.
Electromagnetic Fields and Waves: Fundamentals of Engineering shows how electromagnetic fields work, how to design them, how to control their parameters, and how to use them in real-world situations. You will learn about electric and magnetic fields, potentials, and energy, time-varying fields and Maxwell’s Equations, wave propagation and polarization, transmission lines and waveguides, and much more. Each chapter starts with an outline of learning objectives and ends with a comprehensive summary.
*Contains a holistic presentation of the math and physics fundamentals needed to comprehend the material*Presents the material with students’ realistic preparation in mind to ensure lasting comprehension rather than being trained to carry out procedures*Chapter material is presented with “tangential/complementary” material moved to addenda at the end of the chapter. This allows the learners to decide which and how much of the material in these addenda to cover*Written by a recognized electrical engineering expert and experienced educator