Electronicsforu brings a sorted collection of ebooks for the electromagnetics students, hope you find them helpful!
Being a student of electronics, the subject electromagnetism can be imposing at times. So to help you deal with the troubled electrons, we bring to you 9 extremely helpful texts which will help you understand everything from electromagnetic fields to their operations. Good luck learning!
by Zoya Popovic, Branko D. Popovic – Prentice Hall, 1999
This book is aimed towards the intermediate level engineering and physics students studying electromagnetic fields. Although the book is very much self sufficient but a prior knowledge of vector calculus and basic physics is required.
by Roger F. Harrington – McGraw-Hill, 1958
Instead of taking the classical force-relationship approach, the book is based on circuit theory. This book makes use of the theory of electric circuits to create a system of experiments and to introduce the series of field concepts as a orderly extension of the theory of circuit.
by Ahmed Kishk – InTech, 2011
The book highlights the non-classic demonstration of the wave propagation and its interaction with the matter. The book bridges the gap that lies between physics and engineering.
by Ali Akdagli – InTech, 2011
The comprehensive book talks about computational techniques of the electromagnetic waves and the wave propagation behaviors in different complex mediums. The book is a must read for those studying microwave engineering and electromagnetics.
by Vitaliy Zhurbenko – InTech, 2011
This book explains different aspects of electromagnetic wave theory together with its applications. It talks about the physics of electromagnetic waves, the methods of computational analysis, the theory of electromagnetic wave propagation and scattering et al.
by Alain Bossavit – Academic Press, 1997
Computational Electromagnetism is the contemporary concept of computer-aided design and analysis of almost all electric devices virtually.
by Richard Carter – BookBoon, 2009
The book based on electromagnetism begins with a conventional sequence of presentation. It starts with the electrostatics and moves on to current electricity, the magnetic effects of currents, the electromagnetic induction and electromagnetic waves.
by Richard Carter – BookBoon, 2010
The book comes as a companion with the ‘Electromagnetism for Electronic Engineers’. For better understanding of the readers the book comes with worked examples supported with worked solutions at the end of chapter examples.
by Stanley Humphries, 2010
The book covers vast range of practical applications which are involved int the electric and magnetic fields. It emphasizes on the finite-element techniques which helps to solve the real-world problems faced in the research and industry.
The writer is a senior correspondent at EFY, Gurgaon