The Electromagnetic Field

The Electromagnetic Field

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by Albert Shadowitz, Shadowitz
     
 

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Directed to advanced undergraduates in physics or electrical engineering, this comprehensive text covers electric and magnetic fields, electromagnetic theory, and related topics, including relativity. Each section includes worked examples and 15 to 25 problems, with solutions for odd-number problems only. 1975 edition.  See more details below

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Directed to advanced undergraduates in physics or electrical engineering, this comprehensive text covers electric and magnetic fields, electromagnetic theory, and related topics, including relativity. Each section includes worked examples and 15 to 25 problems, with solutions for odd-number problems only. 1975 edition.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780486656601
Publisher:
Dover Publications
Publication date:
07/21/2010
Series:
Dover Books on Physics Series
Edition description:
Unabridged
Pages:
768
Sales rank:
619,311
Product dimensions:
5.57(w) x 8.17(h) x 1.45(d)

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'The Electromagnetic Field' is the Best Book on explaining electromagnetics I have found. Electrostatics and Magnetostatics are treated in parallel making easier to digest the material. Included are two chapters on Special Relativity, an introduction to Tensors and Electrodynamics and of course Maxwell's equations. Shadowitz also includes a chapter on Radiation which is one of the best I have ever read. Answers to the odd numbered problems are included in the back which is extremely helpful to self study. I would recommend, although not absolutely necessary, 'Basic Electromagnetic Theory' by Demetrius Paris and F. Kenneth Hurd if you can find it. I would further recommend Walter Lewin of MIT video lectures on electromagnetics at MIT Opencourseware site. 'JC Maxwell'