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Review: Engineering Electromagnetics (Electrical and Electronic Engineering Series)
User Review  Chaitanya  GoodreadsThis book is much similar to book by sadiku. It will surely dump you into a bad feeling about electromagnetics, Never go for this book. Not quite interesting for beginers. For Engg students I say read Intro. to Electrodynamics followed by Adv Engg EM by CA Balanis Read full review
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Contents
COULOMBS  29 
ELECTRIC FLUX DENSITY  57 
Electric Flux Density Gausss Law Application  66 
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Ampere's circuital law amplitude angle antenna apply assume axis BiotSavart law boundary conditions capacitance capacitor cartesian coordinates Chap chapter charge density closed path closed surface coaxial component constant coordinate system Coulomb's law coulombs cross section curl current density current element cylindrical coordinates defined determine dielectric dipole direction distance divergence dot product electric field intensity electric flux density electromagnetic electron electrostatic energy equipotential surfaces example expression filament force free space frequency function Gauss's law given inductance infinite Laplace's equation length line charge line integral located loop lossless magnetic potential magnitude material Maxwell's equations meter obtained plane wave point charge potential difference potential field Prob problem produced radius region result scalar shown in Fig shows spherical coordinates streamlines tangent theorem total charge total current transmission line uniform plane wave unit vector vector field velocity voltage volume charge density wavelength