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The Resource A Primer on Electromagnetic Fields

A Primer on Electromagnetic Fields

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A Primer on Electromagnetic Fields
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A Primer on Electromagnetic Fields
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eng
Summary
This book is a concise introduction to electromagnetics and electromagnetic fields that covers the aspects of most significance for engineering applications by means of a rigorous, analytical treatment. After an introduction to equations and basic theorems, topics of fundamental theoretical and applicative importance, including plane waves, transmission lines, waveguides and Green's functions, are discussed in a deliberately general way. Care has been taken to ensure that the text is readily accessible and self-consistent, with conservation of the intermediate steps in the analytical derivations. The book offers the reader a clear, succinct course in basic electromagnetic theory. It will also be a useful lookup tool for students and designers
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A Primer on Electromagnetic Fields
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A Primer on Electromagnetic Fields
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Contents
  • Preface -- Contents -- 1 Fundamental Theorems and Equations of Electromagnetism -- 1.1 Properties of the Nabla Vector Linear Operator -- 1.2 Solenoidal and Irrotational Fields -- 1.3 Fundamental Theorems of Vector Analysis -- 1.4 Physical Dimensions and Notation of the Quantities Treated in the text -- 1.5 Maxwell's Equations and Continuity Conditions -- 1.6 Duality Principle and Impressed Sources -- 1.7 Constitutive Relations -- 1.8 Boundary Conditions -- 1.9 Polarization of Vectors -- 1.10 Maxwell's Equations and Constitutive Relations in Frequency Domain -- 1.11 Dispersive Media -- 1.12 Poynting's Theorem -- 1.12.1 Poynting's Theorem in the Time Domain -- 1.12.2 Poynting's Theorem in the Frequency Domain -- 1.13 Uniqueness Theorem -- 1.13.1 Uniqueness Theorem in the Time Domain -- 1.13.2 Uniqueness Theorem in the Frequency Domain -- 1.14 Wave Equation -- 1.14.1 Helmholtz Equation -- 1.15 Electromagnetic Potentials -- 2 Properties of Plane Electromagnetic Waves -- 2.1 Wave Functions -- 2.2 Plane Waves -- 2.3 General Properties of Plane Waves -- 2.3.1 Uniform Non-attenuated Plane Wave -- 2.3.2 Non-uniform Plane Wave Attenuated Perpendicularly to the Direction of Propagation -- 2.3.3 Uniform Attenuated Plane Waves -- 2.4 Spectrum of Plane Waves -- 2.4.1 Electric Field of a Monochromatic Wave in a Half-Space -- 2.5 Non-monochromatic Plane Waves -- 2.5.1 Beat Velocity -- 2.5.2 Group Velocity of a Wave Packet -- 2.5.3 Bandwidth Relation -- 2.6 Reflection and Transmission of Plane Waves ... -- 2.7 Reflection and Transmission (Refraction) of Plane Waves at a Plane Interface: Oblique Incidence -- 2.7.1 Horizontal Polarization -- 2.7.2 Vertical Polarization -- 2.7.3 Total Reflection -- 2.7.4 Reflection and Transmission from Conductors, Leontovich's Condition -- 3 Introduction to Transmission Lines
  • 3.1 Transmission Line Equations, Primary and Secondary Constants {u0083} -- 3.2 Impedance, Admittance, Reflection Coefficient -- 3.3 Standing-Wave Ratio -- 3.4 Anti-reflective Layers -- 4 Guided Electromagnetic Propagation -- 4.1 General Relations of Waveguides -- 4.1.1 TE Fields -- 4.1.2 TM Fields -- 4.1.3 TEM Fields -- 4.2 Boundary Conditions for Metallic Waveguides. Propagation Modes -- 4.3 The Guided Propagation as an Eigenvalue Problem -- 4.4 Rectangular Waveguide -- 4.5 Waveguides of Circular Section -- 4.5.1 TE and TM Modes in Circular Metallic Waveguides -- 4.5.2 TEM Mode for the Coaxial Metallic Cable -- 4.6 Cavity Resonators -- 4.6.1 Cylindrical Resonator -- 5 Green's Functions -- 5.1 Non-homogeneous Helmholtz Equation, Deterministic Problem -- 5.2 Definition and Properties of the Green's Function -- 5.3 Boundary Conditions at Infinity for Free Space -- 5.4 Green's Function Calculation for the Helmholtz Equation in Free Space -- 5.5 Electromagnetic Field Produced by a Distribution of Impressed Currents ... -- Bibliography -- Index
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