Electromagnetic Engineering (A Conceptual Approach) by Uday A. Bakshi, Ajay V. Bakshi
Electromagnetics is a branch of physics or electrical engineering which is used to study the electric and magnetic phenomena. The comprehensive study of characteristics of electric, magnetic and combined fields, is nothing but the Electromagnetic Engineering. Many practical procedures and devices, not only related to electrical and electronics but related to other branches such as medical, chemical, agricultural are based on the basics of the engineering electromagnetics.This book covers the entire syllabus of the subject Electromagnetic Engineering.
The book uses the plain, lucid and everyday language to explain the subject. The book prepares carefully, the background of each topic giving suitable practical illustrations. Detail explanation of each step given makes it easy for the students to understand the complicated derivations. Clear and stepwise methods are given to sketch the complicated diagrams. In every section of each chapter, the important basic concepts are highlighted by Key Points which is the feature of this book. The large number of solved problems are added in each chapter which helps students to understand the theory in great depth. The problems from various other University papers are considered while preparing this book. The Review Questions a long with the answers and the collection of questions asked in the previous University papers are included at the end of each chapter, which will help students to prepare the subject from examination point of view.
Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Electrical & Electronics Engineering student.
Table of Contents:
1. Vector Analysis
2. Coulomb's Law and Electric Field Intensity
3. Electric Flux Density and Gauss's Law
4. Energy and Potential
5. Conductors, Dielectrics and Capacitance
6. Poisson's and Laplace's Equations
7. Steady Magnetic Field
8. Time Varying Fields and Maxwell's Equations
9. Uniform Plane Waves
10. Radiation and Antennas
Appendix-A Inductance and Mutual Inductance