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by Paul Diament

Cover type: PaperbackEdition: 00

Copyright: 2000

Publisher: Prentice Hall, Inc.

Published: 2000

International: No

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Drawn from the author's decades of experience teaching the subject, Dynamic Electromagnetics offers a uniquely accessible approach to a discipline often viewed as complicated and mysterious. The text addresses the key principles with extensive problems and examples and provides comprehensive coverage without overwhelming the student with advanced math. Gauss's Law, Surface Integrals, and Electric Fields, Ampère's Law, Line Integrals, and Magnetic Fields, Emf, Field Dynamics, and Maxwell's Equations, Maxwell's Equations and Quasistatic Analysis, Transmission Lines, Time Delay, and Wave Propagation, Steady-State Wave Transmission and Plane Waves, Impedance Matching Techniques and Oblique Waves, Poynting Theorems and Lossy Transmission Lines, Waveguiding and Radiating Structures. For individuals interested in an accessible approach to Electromagnetics.

**Diament, Paul : Columbia University in the City of New York**

**1. Gauss's Law, Surface Integrals, and Electric Fields. **

Motivation. Field Concept. Definition Of Field. Electric Field. Effect Of The Medium. Flux Of Vector Field. Gauss's Law. Determination Of Field From Flux. Point Charge. Coulomb's Law. Superposition Of Fields. Summary. Problems.

**2. Ampère's Law, Line Integrals, and Magnetic Fields. **

Magnetic Field. Effect Of The Medium. Magnetomotive Force. Ampère's Law. Determination Of Field From Current. Current And Current Density. Conservation Of Charge. Magnetic Field Of Semi-Infinite Filament. Current Element. Superposition Of Fields. Biot-Savart Law. Current Element As Dipole Flow Source. Summary. Problems.

**3. Emf, Field Dynamics, and Maxwell's Equations. **

Electromotive Force. Ohm's Law. Electric Power Density. Faraday-Maxwell Law. How Ampère's Law Fails. Ampère-Maxwell Law. Types Of Current. Magnetic Field Of A Moving Charge. Gauss's Magnetic Law. Boundary Conditions. Extraordinary Boundary Conditions. Summary Of Boundary Conditions And Effects Of Conductivity. Superconductors, Plasmas, And Space Charge. Summary. Problems.

**4. Maxwell's Equations and Quasistatic Analysis. **

Field Equations. Maxwell's Equations. Quasistatic Fields. Surprises For Circuit Analysts. Systematic Quasistatic Analysis. Normal Modes. Cylindrical Cavity. Fields In A Wire. Microstrip Lines. Summary. Problems.

**5. Transmission Lines, Time Delay, and Wave Propagation. **

Transmission Line Parameters. Transmission Line Equations. Quasistatic Analysis Of Transmission Line. Summation Of Series. Interpretation: Matched Line. Interpretation Waves. Mismatched Line. Incident And Reflected Waves. Summary. Problems.

**6. Steady-State Wave Transmission and Plane Waves. **

Sinusoidal Steady State. Complex Exponentials. Sinusoidal Waves. Transmission Lines In The Steady State. Power Transfer. Plane Waves. Wave Designators. Sinusoidal Plane Waves. Polarization. Linear And Circular Polarization. Optically Active Media. Incident And Reflected Plane Waves. Source Of Plane Waves. Load Impedances For Plane Waves. Summary. Problems.

**7. Impedance Matching Techniques and Oblique Waves. **

Standing Waves. Impedance Measurement And Standing Wave Ratio. Impedance Matching With A Tuning Stub. Smith Chart. Reflection At A Mirror. Antireflection Coating. Oblique Incidence. Oblique Waves As Nonuniform Transverse Waves. Snell's Laws. Transverse Electric And Transverse Magnetic Polarizations. Brewster's Angle. Failure Of Snell's Law. Reactive Impedances. Total Internal Reflection. Significance For Dielectric Waveguides. Reflection At Grazing Incidence. Summary. Problems.

**8. Poynting Theorems and Lossy Transmission Lines. **

Poynting Theorem. Interpretation. Coaxial Line. Complex Poynting Theorem. Interpretation. General Transmission Lines. Solution To General Transmission Line Equations. Interpretation. Plane Waves In Conductors. Summary. Problems.

**9. Waveguiding and Radiating Structures. **

Parallel-Plate Transmission Line. Waveguides. Separation Of Variables. TE And TM Modes. Interpretation Of Waveguide Modes. Wave Dispersion And Group Velocity. Antennas And Radiation. Antenna Terminology. Summary. Problems.

**10. Review, Epilogue, and Appendix. **

Review Of Concepts. Vistas Ahead. Appendix. Problems.

Answers to Problems.

Index.

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Drawn from the author's decades of experience teaching the subject, Dynamic Electromagnetics offers a uniquely accessible approach to a discipline often viewed as complicated and mysterious. The text addresses the key principles with extensive problems and examples and provides comprehensive coverage without overwhelming the student with advanced math. Gauss's Law, Surface Integrals, and Electric Fields, Ampère's Law, Line Integrals, and Magnetic Fields, Emf, Field Dynamics, and Maxwell's Equations, Maxwell's Equations and Quasistatic Analysis, Transmission Lines, Time Delay, and Wave Propagation, Steady-State Wave Transmission and Plane Waves, Impedance Matching Techniques and Oblique Waves, Poynting Theorems and Lossy Transmission Lines, Waveguiding and Radiating Structures. For individuals interested in an accessible approach to Electromagnetics.

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**Diament, Paul : Columbia University in the City of New York**

Table of Contents
Motivation. Field Concept. Definition Of Field. Electric Field. Effect Of The Medium. Flux Of Vector Field. Gauss's Law. Determination Of Field From Flux. Point Charge. Coulomb's Law. Superposition Of Fields. Summary. Problems.

Magnetic Field. Effect Of The Medium. Magnetomotive Force. Ampère's Law. Determination Of Field From Current. Current And Current Density. Conservation Of Charge. Magnetic Field Of Semi-Infinite Filament. Current Element. Superposition Of Fields. Biot-Savart Law. Current Element As Dipole Flow Source. Summary. Problems.

Electromotive Force. Ohm's Law. Electric Power Density. Faraday-Maxwell Law. How Ampère's Law Fails. Ampère-Maxwell Law. Types Of Current. Magnetic Field Of A Moving Charge. Gauss's Magnetic Law. Boundary Conditions. Extraordinary Boundary Conditions. Summary Of Boundary Conditions And Effects Of Conductivity. Superconductors, Plasmas, And Space Charge. Summary. Problems.

Field Equations. Maxwell's Equations. Quasistatic Fields. Surprises For Circuit Analysts. Systematic Quasistatic Analysis. Normal Modes. Cylindrical Cavity. Fields In A Wire. Microstrip Lines. Summary. Problems.

Transmission Line Parameters. Transmission Line Equations. Quasistatic Analysis Of Transmission Line. Summation Of Series. Interpretation: Matched Line. Interpretation Waves. Mismatched Line. Incident And Reflected Waves. Summary. Problems.

Sinusoidal Steady State. Complex Exponentials. Sinusoidal Waves. Transmission Lines In The Steady State. Power Transfer. Plane Waves. Wave Designators. Sinusoidal Plane Waves. Polarization. Linear And Circular Polarization. Optically Active Media. Incident And Reflected Plane Waves. Source Of Plane Waves. Load Impedances For Plane Waves. Summary. Problems.

Standing Waves. Impedance Measurement And Standing Wave Ratio. Impedance Matching With A Tuning Stub. Smith Chart. Reflection At A Mirror. Antireflection Coating. Oblique Incidence. Oblique Waves As Nonuniform Transverse Waves. Snell's Laws. Transverse Electric And Transverse Magnetic Polarizations. Brewster's Angle. Failure Of Snell's Law. Reactive Impedances. Total Internal Reflection. Significance For Dielectric Waveguides. Reflection At Grazing Incidence. Summary. Problems.

Poynting Theorem. Interpretation. Coaxial Line. Complex Poynting Theorem. Interpretation. General Transmission Lines. Solution To General Transmission Line Equations. Interpretation. Plane Waves In Conductors. Summary. Problems.

Parallel-Plate Transmission Line. Waveguides. Separation Of Variables. TE And TM Modes. Interpretation Of Waveguide Modes. Wave Dispersion And Group Velocity. Antennas And Radiation. Antenna Terminology. Summary. Problems.

**1. Gauss's Law, Surface Integrals, and Electric Fields. **

**2. Ampère's Law, Line Integrals, and Magnetic Fields. **

**3. Emf, Field Dynamics, and Maxwell's Equations. **

**4. Maxwell's Equations and Quasistatic Analysis. **

**5. Transmission Lines, Time Delay, and Wave Propagation. **

**6. Steady-State Wave Transmission and Plane Waves. **

**7. Impedance Matching Techniques and Oblique Waves. **

**8. Poynting Theorems and Lossy Transmission Lines. **

**9. Waveguiding and Radiating Structures. **

**10. Review, Epilogue, and Appendix. **

Review Of Concepts. Vistas Ahead. Appendix. Problems.

Answers to Problems.

Index.

Publisher Info

Publisher: Prentice Hall, Inc.

Published: 2000

International: No

Published: 2000

International: No

**Diament, Paul : Columbia University in the City of New York**

**1. Gauss's Law, Surface Integrals, and Electric Fields. **

**2. Ampère's Law, Line Integrals, and Magnetic Fields. **

**3. Emf, Field Dynamics, and Maxwell's Equations. **

**4. Maxwell's Equations and Quasistatic Analysis. **

**5. Transmission Lines, Time Delay, and Wave Propagation. **

**6. Steady-State Wave Transmission and Plane Waves. **

**7. Impedance Matching Techniques and Oblique Waves. **

**8. Poynting Theorems and Lossy Transmission Lines. **

**9. Waveguiding and Radiating Structures. **

**10. Review, Epilogue, and Appendix. **

Review Of Concepts. Vistas Ahead. Appendix. Problems.

Answers to Problems.

Index.