Electromagnetics (McGraw-Hill series in electrical engineering)
This fourth edition of the classic electromagnetics text has been extensively revised to present balanced, thorough coverage of both static and dynamic electromagnetics for today's courses in the subject. It explains both the basic theory and its application to practical designs and contains many computer programs for running on a personal computer. Many new topics are presented including heart dipole; superconductors; wave absorption, fiber optics and dielectric resonators.
Specifications of Electromagnetics (McGraw-Hill series in electrical engineering)
|Author||John D. Kraus|
|Number Of Pages||770|
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