Engineering Electromagnetics teaches fundamental concepts and problem solving from their theoretical conception to their practical realizations. Numerous analogies and illustrations are provided to aid the reader in grasping the concepts with ease. The book lays emphasis on independent learning and this is facilitated by the inclusion of many problems and examples. Engineering Electromagnetics contains chapters on Vector Analysis, Columbus’ Law and Electric Field Intensity, Energy and Potential, Current and Conductors, Transmission Lines, Waveguide, and a host of other chapters on theories of electromagnetism. Included in this updated version are sections on micro strip line and transmission line losses in the chapters Waveguide and Transmission Lines respectively. Engineering Electromagnetics comes with a CD that contains varied sets of animations that illustrate some of the concepts of electromagnetism. These animations are designed to help the reader build visual maps in his/her head to understand the concepts. This is an added advantage since students are known to grasp information more efficiently when aided by visual resources. The CD also presents to the reader an interactive mode of learning in the form of quizzes.


General Information  
Author(s)HAYT and BUCK
PublisherMcGraw Hill
Publish YearJanuary 2011