Mathematical Methods in Electromagnetism: Linear Theory and Applications

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World Scientific, 1996 - Science - 376 pages
This book provides the reader with basic tools to solve problems of electromagnetism in their natural functional frameworks thanks to modern mathematical methods: integral surface methods, and also semigroups, variational methods, etc., well adapted to a numerical approach.As examples of applications of these tools and concepts, we solve several fundamental problems of electromagnetism, stationary or time-dependent: scattering of an incident wave by an obstacle, bounded or not, by gratings; wave propagation in a waveguide, with junctions and cascades. We hope that mathematical notions will allow a better understanding of modelization in electromagnetism and emphasize the essential features related to the geometry and nature of materials.

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