Electromagnetics / Edition 5by Daniel A. Fleisch, John Daniel Kraus
Pub. Date: 01/01/1999
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
This book is a classic and has been one of the traditional market leaders since its first publication in 1953. In this revision, the authors have made some drastic changes to keep pace with the transformation that has been going on in the curriculum over the past few years. In many schools this course has gone from a two-semester course to a one-semester course. In the fifth edition, transmission lines and other practical applications are addressed early in the text and the coverage of electrostatics is reduced to make this book suitable for a one-semester course. This text provides flexibility in that the core material is provided in the first five chapters with supplementary material that may be used as desired in the remaining chapters.
This text is unique in having hundreds of real-world examples accompanied by problems of varying difficulty. Additionally, this book covers numerical techniques and contains useful computer programs and projects to afford students the opportunity to gain direct experience in the use of electromagnetic software and hardware. This text is accompanied by a website containing projects, recent developments in the field, and demonstrations of electromagnetic principles.
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Table of Contents1 Introduction2 Electric and Magnetic Fields 3 Transmission Lines 4 Wave Propagation, Attenuation, Polarization, Reflection, Refraction and Diffraction 5 Antennas, Radiation, Radar and Wireless 6 Electrodynamics 7 Dielectric and Magnetic Materials 8 Waveguides, Resonators and Fiber Optics 9 Bio-Electromagnetics 10 Electromagnetic Effects in High-Speed Digital Systems 11 Numerical Techniques
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I appreciate the subject and know other books. In my opinion this is the best book of electromagnetism.
We are using this book at Northeastern University. It is terrible. Sample problems are to easy to be useful. More difficult problems are given only answers with no derivation. The Author does a terrible job of explaining equations. Avoid this book!!!