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Field and Wave Electromagnetics, Second Edition features many examples of practical applications to give students an excellent physical -- as well as mathematical -- understanding of important concepts. These include applications drawn from important new areas of technology such as optical fibers, radome design, satellite communication, and microstrip lines. There is also added coverage of several new topics, including Hall effect, radar equation and scattering cross section, transients in transmission lines, waveguides and circular cavity resonators, wave propagation in the ionosphere, and helical antennas. New exercises, new problems, and many worked-out examples make this complex material more accessible to students.

Preface

**Chapter 1: The Electromagnetic Model**

Introduction

The electromagnetic model

SI units and universal constants

Review questions

**Chapter 2: Vector Analysis**

Introduction

Vector addition and subtraction

Products of vectors

Orthogonal coordinate systems

Integrals containing vector functions

Gradient of a scalar field

Divergence of a vector field

Divergence theorem

Curl of a vector field

Stoke's theorem

Two null identities

Helmholtz's theorem

Review questions

Problems

**Chapter 3: Static Electric Fields**

Introduction

Fundamental postulates of electrostatics in free space

Coulomb's law

Gauss's law and applications

Electric potential

Conductors in static electric field

Dielectrics in static electric field

Electric flux density and dielectric constant

Boundary conditions for electrostatic fields

Capacitances and capacitors

Electrostatic energy and forces

Solution of electrostatic boundary-value problems

Review questions

Problems

**Chapter 4: Solution of Electrostatic Problems**

Introduction

Poisson's and Laplaces' equations

Uniqueness of electrostatic functions

Method of Images

Boundary-Value Problems in Cartesian Coordinates

Boundary-Value Problems in Cylindrical Coordinates

Boundary-Value Problems in Spherical Coordinates

Review questions

Problems

**Chapter 5: Steady Electric Currents**

Introduction

Current density and Ohm's law

Electromotive force and Kirchoff's voltage law

Equation of continuity and Kirchoff's current law

Power dissipation and Joule's law

Boundary conditions for current density

Resistance calculations

Review questions

Problems

**Chapter 6: Static Magnetic Fields**

Introduction

Fundamental postulates of magnetostatics in free space

Vector magnetic potential

The Biot-Savart law and applications

The magnetic dipole

Magnetization and equivalent current densities

Magnetic field intensity and relative permeability

Magnetic circuits

Behavior of magnetic materials

Boundary conditions for magnetostatic fields

Inductances and inductors

Magnetic energy

Magnetic forces and torques

Review questions

Problems

**Chapter 7: Time-Varying Fields and Maxwell's Equations**

Introduction

Faraday's law of electromagnetic induction

Maxwell's equations

Potential functions

Electromagnetic boundary conditions

Wave equations and their solutions

Time-harmonic fields

Review questions

Problems

**Chapter 8: Plane Electromagnetic Waves**

Introduction

Plane waves in lossless media

Plane waves in lossy media

Group velocity

Flow of electromagentic power and the poynting vector

Normal incidence of plane waves at a plane conducting boundary

Oblique incidence of plane waves at a plane conducting boundary

Normal incidence of plane waves at a plane dielectric boundary

Normal incidence of plane waves at multiple dielectric interfaces

Oblique incidence of plane waves at a plane dielectric boundary

Review questions

Problems

**Chapter 9: Theory and Application of Transmission Lines**

Introduction

Transverse Electromagnetic wave along a parallel-plate transmission line General transmission-line equations

Wave characteristics on finite transmission lines

Transients on transmission lines

The Smith chart

Transmission-line impedance matching

Review questions

Problems

**Chapter 10: Waveguides and Cavity Resonators**

Introduction

General wave behaviors along uniform guiding structures

Parallel-plate waveguide

Rectangular waveguides

Circular waveguides

Dielectric waveguides

Cavity resonators

Review questions

Problems

**Chapter 11: Antennas and Radiating Systems**

Introduction

Radiation fields of elemental dipoles

Antenna patterns and antenna parameters

Thin linear antennas

Antenna arrays

Receiving antennas

Transmit-receive Systems

Some other antenna types

Review questions

Problems

Appendixes

A: Symbols and units

B: Some useful material constants

Bibliography

Answers to selected problems

Index

Back Endpapers

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Summary

Field and Wave Electromagnetics, Second Edition features many examples of practical applications to give students an excellent physical -- as well as mathematical -- understanding of important concepts. These include applications drawn from important new areas of technology such as optical fibers, radome design, satellite communication, and microstrip lines. There is also added coverage of several new topics, including Hall effect, radar equation and scattering cross section, transients in transmission lines, waveguides and circular cavity resonators, wave propagation in the ionosphere, and helical antennas. New exercises, new problems, and many worked-out examples make this complex material more accessible to students.

Table of Contents

Preface

**Chapter 1: The Electromagnetic Model**

Introduction

The electromagnetic model

SI units and universal constants

Review questions

**Chapter 2: Vector Analysis**

Introduction

Vector addition and subtraction

Products of vectors

Orthogonal coordinate systems

Integrals containing vector functions

Gradient of a scalar field

Divergence of a vector field

Divergence theorem

Curl of a vector field

Stoke's theorem

Two null identities

Helmholtz's theorem

Review questions

Problems

**Chapter 3: Static Electric Fields**

Introduction

Fundamental postulates of electrostatics in free space

Coulomb's law

Gauss's law and applications

Electric potential

Conductors in static electric field

Dielectrics in static electric field

Electric flux density and dielectric constant

Boundary conditions for electrostatic fields

Capacitances and capacitors

Electrostatic energy and forces

Solution of electrostatic boundary-value problems

Review questions

Problems

**Chapter 4: Solution of Electrostatic Problems**

Introduction

Poisson's and Laplaces' equations

Uniqueness of electrostatic functions

Method of Images

Boundary-Value Problems in Cartesian Coordinates

Boundary-Value Problems in Cylindrical Coordinates

Boundary-Value Problems in Spherical Coordinates

Review questions

Problems

**Chapter 5: Steady Electric Currents**

Introduction

Current density and Ohm's law

Electromotive force and Kirchoff's voltage law

Equation of continuity and Kirchoff's current law

Power dissipation and Joule's law

Boundary conditions for current density

Resistance calculations

Review questions

Problems

**Chapter 6: Static Magnetic Fields**

Introduction

Fundamental postulates of magnetostatics in free space

Vector magnetic potential

The Biot-Savart law and applications

The magnetic dipole

Magnetization and equivalent current densities

Magnetic field intensity and relative permeability

Magnetic circuits

Behavior of magnetic materials

Boundary conditions for magnetostatic fields

Inductances and inductors

Magnetic energy

Magnetic forces and torques

Review questions

Problems

**Chapter 7: Time-Varying Fields and Maxwell's Equations**

Introduction

Faraday's law of electromagnetic induction

Maxwell's equations

Potential functions

Electromagnetic boundary conditions

Wave equations and their solutions

Time-harmonic fields

Review questions

Problems

**Chapter 8: Plane Electromagnetic Waves**

Introduction

Plane waves in lossless media

Plane waves in lossy media

Group velocity

Flow of electromagentic power and the poynting vector

Normal incidence of plane waves at a plane conducting boundary

Oblique incidence of plane waves at a plane conducting boundary

Normal incidence of plane waves at a plane dielectric boundary

Normal incidence of plane waves at multiple dielectric interfaces

Oblique incidence of plane waves at a plane dielectric boundary

Review questions

Problems

**Chapter 9: Theory and Application of Transmission Lines**

Introduction

Transverse Electromagnetic wave along a parallel-plate transmission line General transmission-line equations

Wave characteristics on finite transmission lines

Transients on transmission lines

The Smith chart

Transmission-line impedance matching

Review questions

Problems

**Chapter 10: Waveguides and Cavity Resonators**

Introduction

General wave behaviors along uniform guiding structures

Parallel-plate waveguide

Rectangular waveguides

Circular waveguides

Dielectric waveguides

Cavity resonators

Review questions

Problems

**Chapter 11: Antennas and Radiating Systems**

Introduction

Radiation fields of elemental dipoles

Antenna patterns and antenna parameters

Thin linear antennas

Antenna arrays

Receiving antennas

Transmit-receive Systems

Some other antenna types

Review questions

Problems

Appendixes

A: Symbols and units

B: Some useful material constants

Bibliography

Answers to selected problems

Index

Back Endpapers

Publisher Info

Publisher: Addison-Wesley Longman, Inc.

Published: 1989

International: No

Published: 1989

International: No

Preface

**Chapter 1: The Electromagnetic Model**

Introduction

The electromagnetic model

SI units and universal constants

Review questions

**Chapter 2: Vector Analysis**

Introduction

Vector addition and subtraction

Products of vectors

Orthogonal coordinate systems

Integrals containing vector functions

Gradient of a scalar field

Divergence of a vector field

Divergence theorem

Curl of a vector field

Stoke's theorem

Two null identities

Helmholtz's theorem

Review questions

Problems

**Chapter 3: Static Electric Fields**

Introduction

Fundamental postulates of electrostatics in free space

Coulomb's law

Gauss's law and applications

Electric potential

Conductors in static electric field

Dielectrics in static electric field

Electric flux density and dielectric constant

Boundary conditions for electrostatic fields

Capacitances and capacitors

Electrostatic energy and forces

Solution of electrostatic boundary-value problems

Review questions

Problems

**Chapter 4: Solution of Electrostatic Problems**

Introduction

Poisson's and Laplaces' equations

Uniqueness of electrostatic functions

Method of Images

Boundary-Value Problems in Cartesian Coordinates

Boundary-Value Problems in Cylindrical Coordinates

Boundary-Value Problems in Spherical Coordinates

Review questions

Problems

**Chapter 5: Steady Electric Currents**

Introduction

Current density and Ohm's law

Electromotive force and Kirchoff's voltage law

Equation of continuity and Kirchoff's current law

Power dissipation and Joule's law

Boundary conditions for current density

Resistance calculations

Review questions

Problems

**Chapter 6: Static Magnetic Fields**

Introduction

Fundamental postulates of magnetostatics in free space

Vector magnetic potential

The Biot-Savart law and applications

The magnetic dipole

Magnetization and equivalent current densities

Magnetic field intensity and relative permeability

Magnetic circuits

Behavior of magnetic materials

Boundary conditions for magnetostatic fields

Inductances and inductors

Magnetic energy

Magnetic forces and torques

Review questions

Problems

**Chapter 7: Time-Varying Fields and Maxwell's Equations**

Introduction

Faraday's law of electromagnetic induction

Maxwell's equations

Potential functions

Electromagnetic boundary conditions

Wave equations and their solutions

Time-harmonic fields

Review questions

Problems

**Chapter 8: Plane Electromagnetic Waves**

Introduction

Plane waves in lossless media

Plane waves in lossy media

Group velocity

Flow of electromagentic power and the poynting vector

Normal incidence of plane waves at a plane conducting boundary

Oblique incidence of plane waves at a plane conducting boundary

Normal incidence of plane waves at a plane dielectric boundary

Normal incidence of plane waves at multiple dielectric interfaces

Oblique incidence of plane waves at a plane dielectric boundary

Review questions

Problems

**Chapter 9: Theory and Application of Transmission Lines**

Introduction

Transverse Electromagnetic wave along a parallel-plate transmission line General transmission-line equations

Wave characteristics on finite transmission lines

Transients on transmission lines

The Smith chart

Transmission-line impedance matching

Review questions

Problems

**Chapter 10: Waveguides and Cavity Resonators**

Introduction

General wave behaviors along uniform guiding structures

Parallel-plate waveguide

Rectangular waveguides

Circular waveguides

Dielectric waveguides

Cavity resonators

Review questions

Problems

**Chapter 11: Antennas and Radiating Systems**

Introduction

Radiation fields of elemental dipoles

Antenna patterns and antenna parameters

Thin linear antennas

Antenna arrays

Receiving antennas

Transmit-receive Systems

Some other antenna types

Review questions

Problems

Appendixes

A: Symbols and units

B: Some useful material constants

Bibliography

Answers to selected problems

Index

Back Endpapers