## Introduction to Vector Analysis for Radio and Electronic Engineers |

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### Contents

Why Vector Analysis? | 1 |

Introduction to Vectors | 5 |

Vector Algebra | 20 |

Copyright | |

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algebra amperes applied axis boundary conditions Cartesian chapter charge density closed path co-ordinate system components constant curl curl curl F current density curve cylindrical co-ordinates defined definition differential equations distance div F divergence divergence theorem dot product electric field intensity electromagnetic field electron electrostatic field electrostatic potential enclosed equal example EXERCISES expression finite flux density follows function of position given gives gradient identity Laplace's equation line integral loop magnetic field magnitude Maxwell's equations medium metre normal flux obtained permittivity plane point charge problem radius reader rectangular co-ordinates region result right angles right-hand scalar and vector scalar function scalar potential scalar product shown in Fig sinh solution space static surface integral theorem tion transformation unit vector vector analysis vector F vector field vector function VECTOR LAPLACIAN vector potential vector product vector quantities velocity write zero