An introduction to applied electromagnetism

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Wiley, 1990 - Science - 183 pages
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This text, which introduces electromagnetism to students of electrical/electronic engineering & applied physics, emphasizes physical processes, the development of models for these processes & their use in the study of engineering problems. Mathematical techniques are introduced gradually & methodically. The first section of the text covers basic electrostatics & magnetostatics & develops the framework within which a vast area of applications are treated in Part Two. This second section deals with situations where the couplings between electric & magnetic fields cannot be ignored. Part Three covers composite dielectrics/stress control, actuators, classification of machine types & description of circuit components. Throughout, a major effort has been made to help students relate mathematical formalism to physical ideas & practical systems. Several solid examples are given, followed by problems & answers.

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