In their successful text, Shen and Kong cover fundamentals of static and dynamic electromagnetism fields and waves. The authors employ a unique approach, beginning with a study of Maxwell's equations and waves and covering electromagnetic fields later. This presentation allows students to work with electromagnetic concepts using relatively simple computational analysis, building in a logical progression to more complex topics and mathematical methods for analysis. The Third Edition provides computer-based problems, homework problems, end-of-chapter summaries, and a rich collection of real-world application examples that include discussion of cellular phone and microwave exposure limits set by IEEE; safety concerns about electromagnetic fields from power lines; new and powerful magnets; and single-mode optical fibers.
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Review: Applied ElectromagnetismUser Review - Kao Ethan - Goodreads
it's not a good introductory EM book to me. I've read Griffiths and Rao's EM book. Those book will explain what Maxwell equation exactly is, but this book doesn't explain those things. However, it's a ... Read full review
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Fields are Fun.
Complex Vectors Chapter
Maxwells Equations Chapter 2
Uniform Plane Waves Chapter 3
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