Engineering Electromagnetics, 9th Edition
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First published just over 50 years ago and now in its Eighth Edition, Bill Hayt and John Buck’s Engineering Electromagnetics is a classic text that has been updated for electromagnetics education today. This widely-respected book stresses fundamental concepts and problem solving, and discusses the material in an understandable and readable way. Numerous illustrations and analogies are provided to aid the reader in grasping the difficult concepts. In addition, independent learning is facilitated by the presence of many examples and problems. Important updates and revisions have been included in this edition. One of the most significant is a new chapter on electromagnetic radiation and antennas. This chapter covers the basic principles of radiation, wire antennas, simple arrays, and transmit-receive systems.
Chapter 2: Coulomb's Law and Electric Field Intensity
Chapter 3: Electric Flux Density, Gauss' Law, and Divergence
Chapter 4: Energy and Potential
Chapter 5: Conductors and Dielectrics
Chapter 6: Capacitance
Chapter 7: The Steady Magnetic Field
Chapter 8: Magnetic Forces, Materials and Inductance
Chapter 9: Time-Varying Fields and Maxwell's Equations
Chapter 10: Transmission Lines
Chapter 11: The Uniform Plane Wave
Chapter 12: Plane Wave Reflection and Dispersion
Chapter 13: Guided Waves
Chapter 14: Electromagnetic Radiation and Antennas
Appendix A Vector Analysis
Appendix B Units
Appendix C Material Constants
Appendix D The Uniqueness Theorem
Appendix E Origins of the Complex Primitivity
Appendix F Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems
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