Electromagnetism: Principles and Applications
An abbreviated version of the more advanced "Electromagnetic Fields and Waves", the second edition of Lorrain and Corson's "Electromagnetism and Applications" is a text for applications-oriented, one-semester courses covering all the essentials of electromagnetism - from Coulomb's Law to Maxwell's Equations. Many features of the longer work appear in this version, including: problems from the current literature; worked examples and chapter summaries; and true perspective drawings. This edition benefits from a general streamlining including revised and updated chapters on induced electric fields and simplified coverage of alternating currents.
Specifications of Electromagnetism: Principles and Applications
|Author||Paul Lorrain, Dale R. Corson|
|Publisher||W. H. Freeman|
|Number Of Pages||472|
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