Lines and Electromagnetic Fields for Engineers (The Oxford Series in Electrical and Computer Engineering)
Lines and Electromagnetic Fields for Engineers takes an unusual approach by emphasizing engineering applications (transmission lines, propagation, and waveguides) while downplaying static fields. This well written text is outstanding for its efforts to connect electromagnetic field analysis with subjects that students know, e.g. circuit theory, and for emphasizing practical aspects of transmission lines and waveguides. The text is organized along a historical line in order that students might better appreciate the thinking and synthesis methods of the pioneers in the field. Miner's method of presentation have many advantages over traditional approaches, building on student's knowledge of circuits by beginning with a discussion of transmission lines. Numerous examples and figures illustrate presented concepts and provide a thorough understanding of the basic experiments of electromagnetic field theory and the mathematical description of the results of those experiments. All examples are worked completely with worded explanations of what is being done. Each section includes exercised to illustrate presented concepts, and end-of-chapter exercises are also included throughout.
Specifications of Lines and Electromagnetic Fields for Engineers (The Oxford Series in Electrical and Computer Engineering)
|Author||Gayle F. Miner|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Number Of Pages||1008|
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