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by John D. Kraus,Keith R. Carver

eBook Electromagnetics epub
  • ISBN: 0070853886
  • Author: John D. Kraus,Keith R. Carver
  • Genre: Science
  • Subcategory: Physics
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education; Internat.2r.e. edition (December 1973)
  • Pages: 700 pages
  • ePUB size: 1842 kb
  • FB2 size 1610 kb
  • Formats doc txt doc lit

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Best textbook EVER on practical as well as theoretical electromagnetics. I wished I had this book when I studied electromagnetics at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. One person found this helpful.

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This fourth edition of the classic electromagnetics text has been extensively revised to present balanced, thorough coverage of both static and dynamic electromagnetics for today's courses in the subject. It explains both the basic theory and its application to practical designs and contains many computer programs for running on a personal computer. Many new topics are presented including heart dipole; superconductors; wave absorption, fiber optics and dielectric resonators.
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This book was designed for the undergrad and beginning graduate/ambitious senior undergrad (for the later chapters that deal with PDE's). It's very well-written and even explains mathematical concepts like divergence and curl in a very clear manner, providing good examples to illustrate what can be tough to understand material. It's very detailed and mathematically rigorous. I wish that more EM texts/physics books were written this way, because it includes real-world examples for many of the concepts. I like how the chapters are sequentially arranged and also titled to make the concepts clearer. For example, Faraday's law is in the chapter entitled "Time-changing Electric and Magnetic Fields". This gives the student a better perspective on crucial concepts, rather than only a so-called "conditional statement" within the chapter as most other books are written.

I recommend this to the student seeking a thorough book where the concepts are more completely derived, not just "hand-waved" seemingly out of thin air as most popular undergraduate physics and EM books seem to do these days. That can be frustrating and impede a student's learning, and it seems that many modern textbook authors "dumb-down" their texts in a disrespectful manner to the average student's intellect. This isn't how Kraus wrote this book, so if you read it and do the problems be prepared to be challenged!...in a good way.
As a physicist, I am required to worship at the altar of Jackson Classical Electrodynamics Third Edition and rightly so. But I also work with antennas, for which Kraus has written the great masterpiece Antennas, but bridging the physics and the engineering in E&M is not trivial. Most EE E&M textbooks have an extremely weird feel to a physicist, prominent errors, odd terminology, and a disdain for physical reasoning dominate. This book is different. It brings a rigorous treatment as well as engineering terminology and interests to the party.
Best textbook EVER on practical as well as theoretical electromagnetics. I wished I had this book when I studied electromagnetics at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
I am 71 years old and studied from this book in the 1960s when going for my BS in electrical engineering. My son graduated with his BS in electrical engineering a few years ago and when we had discussions about electrostatics I would show him information in this book. His textbook skipped much of the information that can be found in this book. Eventually my son made the comment that he would like me to will him this textbook. I bought this book for my son so he would have a good source of technical information at his fingertips. He was ecstatic. Besides, I am hoping it will be many years before my WILL is read.
This is a professional work with chapter divisions in a logical receivable order. Maxwell's equations
are given importance, and coordinate systems are treated in detail for solving problems. Much
detail is given to the electric field and its properties. The physics aspects are presented as well.
Use it all the time as my primary reference. Lots of stuff in this little book.
I love this book. It's packed with information and valid to many branches of engineering and science. You won't go wrong if you get it.
The material covered is good basic physics, the examples, though, appear to not have been proof read. Some of the errors are probably just oversight, but there are too many of them. Some are clearly just wrong. This would have been a much better book for self study if a solutions manual were available, even if solutions to odd or even problems were available the value of the book would be much higher. I have read other books by Fleisch and they were very good. This one does not quite make that list.
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