Applied Electromagnetic Field Theory

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Applied Electromagnetic Field Theory

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Download Table of Contents (283 KB)

Download Chapter 1 - Vectors and Vector Arithmetic (855 KB)

Download Chapter 2 - Coordinate Systems (774 KB)

Download Chapter 3 - Coulomb’s Law / Electric Fields I (819 KB)

Download Chapter 4 - Electric Fields II (774 KB)

Download Chapter 5 - Gauss's Law I (986 KB)

Download Chapter 6 - Gauss's Law II (767 KB)

Download Chapter 7 - Potential Energy and Voltage (1.2 MB)

Download Chapter 8 - Insulators and Conductors (840 KB)

Download Chapter 9 - Capacitance (684 KB)

Download Chapter 10 - Electric Currents and Power (1.0 MB)

Download Chapter 11 - Magnetic Fields (1.4 MB)

Download Chapter 12 - Magnetic Vector Potential and Biot-Savart Law (954 KB)

Download Chapter 13 - Magnetic Forces (937 KB)

Download Chapter 14 - Magnetic Materials and Magnetic Circuits (955 KB)

Download Chapter 15 - Inductance (874 KB)

Download Chapter 16 - Faraday's Law of Induction (1.2 MB)

Download Chapter 17 - Displacement Current and Maxwell’s Equations (1.3 MB)

Download Chapter 18 - Poynting’s Theorem and the Wave Equation (1.4 MB)

Download Chapter 19 - Plane Wave Propagation in a Vacuum (1.6 MB)

Download Chapter 20 - Plane Wave Propagation in a Dielectric Medium (1.4 MB)

Download Chapter 21 - Reflection and Transmission of an Electromagnetic Wave (1.2 MB)

Download Chapter 22 - Bounce Diagrams and Standing Waves (1.3 MB)

Download Chapter 23 - Equivalent Electric Circuits, Transmission Line Equations (Samuel Morse) (1.1 MB)

Download Chapter 24 - Sinusoidal Waves, Terminations, and Reflections (James West, electret) (1.4 MB)

Download Chapter 25 - Impedance Matching (Mark Dean, ISA bus and RISC chip) (1.8 MB)

Description

Applied Electromagnetic Field Theory presents an application-oriented approach to electrostatics, magnetostatics, induction, Maxwell's equations, electromagnetic wave propagation, transmission lines, and antennas. Many examples are included in each chapter, and an accompanying video works through these examples for each chapter. Derivations are presented with a high level of detail and support for the reader, with an emphasis on the real-world significance of the result.

This Open Textbook was developed to support the course Electromagnetic Field Theory (ECE 430) at Valparaiso University.

Publication Date

8-2018

Publisher

Valparaiso University

City

Valparaiso

Keywords

electrical engineering

Disciplines

Electrical and Computer Engineering | Engineering Education

Comments

Copyright © 2018 by Doug Tougaw.

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Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 4.0 License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 4.0 License

Applied Electromagnetic Field Theory

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