| About The Book Applied Electromagnetic Theory
Designed as a textbook for the students of electronics and communi-cation engineering, and electrical and electronics engineering, it covers the subject of electromagnetism with a clear exposition of the theory in association with the practical applications. The text explains the physical and mathematical aspects of the highly complicated electromagnetic theory in a very simple manner.
The book begins with a introductory chapter on vector theory and then moves on to explain the effectiveness of Amperes circuital law and Biot-Savarts law in dealing with magnetostatic problems, derivation of Maxwells field equations from the fundamental laws of Faraday and Ampere, free-space solutions of wave equations, and the theory of skin effect. Finally, it concludes with the applications of Smith chart in solving transmission line problems and the theory
of rectangular and circular waveguides.
Large number of solved examples and chapter-end problems
Appendices to give the solutions of wave equations in waveguides
Three-dimensional figures to illustrate theories
Generalized solution of Maxwells equations
Besides undergraduate students of engineering, it would be useful for the postgraduate students of physics.
Table of Contents:
0 Introduction to Vector Theory
1 Coulombs Law and Its Applications
2 Poissons and Laplaces Equations
4 Maxwells Equations
5 Poyntings Theorem
6 Electromagnetic Waves
7 Reflection and Refraction of Plane Waves
8 Uniform Transmission Lines
9 Impedance Matching Using Stub Lines
10 Rectangular and Circular Waveguides
A:Transverse Electric (TE) Waves in Rectangular Waveguides
B:Circular Cylindrical Waveguides
C:Properties of Materials