**Author**: V. V. Sarwate

**Publisher:** bohem press

**ISBN:** 9788122404685

**Category:** Electromagnetic fields

**Page:** 457

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Only 30% Of This Book Deals With Theory, The Rest Of It Is Application Of This Theory To Various Situations Of Different Levels Of Complexity. In Each Case The Reason For The Choice Of The Method Is Explained, And Various Doubts Which Assail The Minds Of Most Students Have Been Tackled. The Solved Examples In The Book Do Not Deal With Mere Substitution Of Numerical Values Of Formulae. They Are Aimed At Establishing A Strong Foundation Of Knowledge.All The Required Mathematics Has Been Explained In The First Chapter To Avoid The Need To Refer Frequently To Other Books In Mathematics. At The End Of Each Chapter A Summary Of The Achievements Is Given Along With Comments On The Nature Of Difficulties Encountered, And The Reader Is Thereafter Prepared For The Objectives To Be Attained In The Following Chapter. The Emphasis Throughout The Book Is On A Physical Understanding Of Fields And Waves And Their Characteristics, Rather Than Getting Lost In A Maze Of Mathematical Manipulations.This Is An Introductory Textbook Intended To Give The Reader A Solid Grounding In The Subject And To Prepare Him To Deal With More Advanced Texts. The Material Has Been Tested In One-Semester Courses Given By The Author In Various Colleges In Pune.

The Method of Lines (MOL) is a versatile approach to obtaining numerical solutions to partial differential equations (PDEs) as they appear in dynamic and static problems. This method, popular in science and engineering, essentially reduces PDEs to a set of ordinary differential equations that can be integrated using standard numerical integration methods. Its significant advantage is that the analysis algorithms follow the physical wave propagation and are therefore efficient. This is because the fields on the discretisation lines are described by generalised transmission line (GTL) equations. With this formulation we have a connection to the well known transmission line theory and resulting in an easy understanding. The method of lines is a very accurate and powerful way to analyze electromagnetic waves, enabling a full-wave solution without the computational burden of pure finite element or finite difference methods. With Analysis of Electromagnetic Fields and Waves, Reinhold Pregla describes an important and powerful method for analyzing electromagnetic waves. This book: Describes the general analysis principles for electromagnetic fields. Includes applications in microwave, millimetre wave and optical frequency regions. Unifies the analysis by introducing generalised transmission line (GTL) equations for all orthogonal coordinate systems and with materials of arbitrary anisotropy as a common start point. Demonstrates a unique analysis principle with the numerical stable impedance/admittance transformation and a physical adapted field transformation concept that is also useful for other modelling algorithms. Includes chapters on Eigenmode calculations for various waveguides, concatenations and junctions of arbitrary number of different waveguide sections in complex devices, periodic structures (e.g. Bragg gratings, meander lines, clystron resonators, photonic crystals), antennas (e.g. circular and conformal). Enables the reader to solve partial differential equations in other physical areas by using the described principles. Features an accompanying website with program codes in Matlab© for special problems. Analysis of Electromagnetic Fields and Waves will appeal to electromagnetic field practitioners in primary and applied research as well as postgraduate students in the areas of photonics, micro- and millimetre waves, general electromagnetics, e.g. microwave integrated circuits, antennas, integrated and fibre optics, optoelectronics, nanophotonics, microstructures, artificial materials.

This comprehensive introduction to classical electromagnetic theory covers the major aspects of the subject, including scalar fields, vectors, laws of Ohm, Joule, Coulomb, Faraday, Maxwell's equation, and more. Although an extensive background is not necessary, a general knowledge of physics and calculus is a prerequisite. This text is filled with numerous diagrams and illustrations.

This book presents the concept of fractional dimensional space applied to the use of electromagnetic fields and waves. It provides demonstrates the advantages in studying the behavior of electromagnetic fields and waves in fractal media. The book presents novel fractional space generalization of the differential electromagnetic equations is provided as well as a new form of vector differential operators is formulated in fractional space. Using these modified vector differential operators, the classical Maxwell's electromagnetic equations are worked out. The Laplace's, Poisson's and Helmholtz's equations in fractional space are derived by using modified vector differential operators.

Presents the introductory theory and applications of Maxwell's equations to electromagnetic field problems. Unlike other texts, Maxwell's equations and the associated vector mathematics are developed early in the work, allowing readers to apply them at the outset. Its unified treatment of coordinate systems saves time in developing the rules for vector manipulations in ways other than the rectangular coordinate system. The following chapters cover static and quasi-static electric and magnetic fields, wave reflection and transmission at plane boundaries, the Poynting power theorem, rectangular waveguide mode theory, transmission lines, and an introduction to the properties of linear antennas and aperture antennas. Includes an expanded set of problems, many of which extend the material developed in the chapters.

After a brief introduction into the theory of electromagnetic fields and the definition of the field quantities the book teaches the analytical solution methods of Maxwell’s equations by means of several characteristic examples. The focus is on static and stationary electric and magnetic fields, quasi stationary fields, and electromagnetic waves. For a deeper understanding, the many depicted field patterns are very helpful. The book offers a collection of problems and solutions which enable the reader to understand and to apply Maxwell’s theory for a broad class of problems including classical static problems right up to waveguide eigenvalue problems.

This book gives a complete overview of the classical electromagnetic theory, together with detailed insight in modern numerical methods for analysis of the problems in electromagnetics. Classical electromagnetic theory was developed in the 19th century, but due to the wide range of applications from electrical apparatus such as motors or heaters to telecommunications this subject is still very interesting. This book explains basic postulates and laws of the theory and its specialization to static and time-dependent problems. Special attention is given to utilization of computers in application of the modern numerical methods to solution of electromagnetic field problems.

Although the fundamental concepts of Maxwell remain for the most part unchanged since their inception, electromagnetic theory has continued to evolve, extending, most significantly, to shorter and shorter wavelengths. This has revealed many of nature's mysteries. And led to a myriad of applications that have literally changed our world. The second edition of Electromagnetic Theory and Wave Propagation begins by presenting the basic concepts of electromagnetic theory, then explores the field's extended areas primarily discovered after World War II. The author elaborates on the work of pioneer investigators, particularly with respect to the identity of light and electromagnetic waves and then derives the fundamental laws of optics from electromagnetic considerations. He has also added several new topics including meteor astronomy, remote sensing and, most notably, discussions on relativistic electrodynamics.

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. SALIENT FEATURES • Simple and easy-to-follow text • Complete coverage of the subject as per the syllabi of most universities • Lucid, well-explained concepts with clear examples • Relevant illustrations for better understanding and retention • Some of the illustrations provide three-dimensional view for in-depth knowledge • Numerous mathematical examples for full clarity of concepts • Chapter objectives at the beginning of each chapter for its overview • Chapter-end summary and exercises for quick review and to test your knowledge

Market_Desc: · Intended for a Senior Level Course to follow Introduction to Electromagnetics Special Features: · New material in the optics chapter· New material in the Microwave Networks and Resonator chapters · Added material on design methodologies and numerical methods · New problems in each chapter · Updating of references About The Book: The text helps define the second electromagnetic course that electrical engineers take in their senior year. This rigorous book on engineering electromagnetic fields and waves topics is packed with useful derivations and applications.

Electrical Engineering/Electromagnetics Methods for Electromagnetic Field Analysis A volume in the IEEE Series on Electromagnetic Wave Theory Donald G. Dudley, Series Editor . a gigantic platter of formulae of the dyadic kind.'--Akhlesh Lakhtaki, Professor, The Pennsylvania State University This monograph discusses mathematical and conceptual methods applicable in the analysis of electromagnetic fields and waves. Dyadic algebra is reviewed and armed with new identities it is applied throughout the book. The power of dyadic operations is seen when working with boundary, sheet and interface conditions, medium equations, field transformations, Greens functions, plane wave problems, vector circuit theory, multipole and image sources. Dyadic algebra offers convenience in handling problems involving chiral and bianisotropic media, of recent interest because of their wide range of potential applications. The final chapter gives, for the first time in book form, a unified presentation of EIT, the exact image theory, introduced by this author and colleagues. EIT is a general method for solving problems involving layered media by replacing them through image sources located in complex space. The main emphasis of the monograph is not on specific results but methods of analysis. The contents should be of interest to scientists doing research work in various fields of electromagnetics, as well as to graduate students. The addition of problems and answers in this reprint will enhance the teaching value of this work. Also in the series. Mathematical Foundations for Electromagnetic Theory Donald D. Dudley, University of Arizona, Tucson 1994 Hardcover 256 pp Methods for Electromagnetic Wave Propagation D. S. Jones, University of Dundee 1995 Hardcover 672 pp The Transmission Line Modeling Method: TLM Christos Christopoulos, University of Nottingham 1995 Hardcover 232 pp

This classic introduction to electromagnetic fields, thoroughly revised in 1964 and available here in a one-volume edition, includes a self-contained section on quantum theory. Problems with solutions. 148 illustrations.