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*launch*### Elements Of Electromagnetics7th EditionSadiku, Matthew N. O. Publisher: Oxford University PressISBN: 9780190698614

Elements Of Electromagnetics

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Chapter MA - Math AssessmentChapter 1 - Vector AlgebraChapter 1.6 - Position And Distance VectorsChapter 1.8 - Components Of A VectorChapter 2 - Coordinate Systems And TransformationChapter 2.4 - Spherical Coordinates (r, Θ, ɸ)Chapter 2.5 - Constant-coordinate SurfacesChapter 3 - Vector CalculusChapter 3.2 - Differential Length, Area, And VolumeChapter 3.3 - Line, Surface, And Volume Integrals

Chapter 3.5 - Gradient Of A ScalarChapter 3.6 - Divergence Of A Vector And Divergence TheoremChapter 3.7 - Curl Of A Vector And Stokes's TheoremChapter 3.8 - Laplacian Of A ScalarChapter 3.9 - Classification Of Vector FieldsChapter 4 - Electrostatic FieldsChapter 4.2 - Coulomb's Law And Field IntensityChapter 4.3 - Electric Fields Due To Continuous Charge DistributionsChapter 4.4 - Electric Flux DensityChapter 4.6 - Applications Of Gauss's LawChapter 4.7 - Electric PotentialChapter 4.8 - Relationship Between E And V-maxwell's EquationChapter 4.9 - An Electric Dipole And Flux LinesChapter 4.10 - Energy Density In Electrostatic FieldsChapter 5 - Electric Fields In Material SpaceChapter 5.4 - ConductorsChapter 5.7 - Linear, Isotropic, And Homogeneous DielectricsChapter 5.9 - Boundary ConditionsChapter 6 - Electrostatic Boundary-value ProblemsChapter 6.4 - General Procedures For Solving Poisson's Or Laplace's EquationChapter 6.5 - Resistance And CapacitanceChapter 6.6 - Method Of ImagesChapter 7 - Magnetostatic FieldsChapter 7.2 - Biot-savart's LawChapter 7.4 - Applications Of Ampère's LawChapter 7.7 - Magnetic Scalar And Vector PotentialsChapter 8 - Magnetic Forces, Materials, And DevicesChapter 8.2 - Forces Due To Magnetic FieldsChapter 8.4 - A Magnetic DipoleChapter 8.6 - Classification Of MaterialsChapter 8.7 - Magnetic Boundary ConditionsChapter 8.9 - Magnetic EnergyChapter 8.11 - Force On Magnetic MaterialsChapter 9 - Maxwell's EquationsChapter 9.3 - Transformer And Motional Electromotive ForcesChapter 9.4 - Displacement CurrentChapter 9.7 - Time-harmonic FieldsChapter 10 - Electromagnetic Wave PropagationChapter 10.2 - Waves In GeneralChapter 10.3 - Wave Propagation In Lossy DielectricsChapter 10.6 - Plane Waves In Good ConductorsChapter 10.7 - Wave PolarizationChapter 10.8 - Power And The Poynting VectorChapter 10.9 - Reflection Of A Plane Wave At Normal IncidenceChapter 10.10 - Reflection Of A Plane Wave At Oblique IncidenceChapter 10.11 - Application Note-microwavesChapter 11 - Transmission LinesChapter 11.3 - Transmission Line EquationsChapter 11.4 - Input Impedance, Standing Wave Ratio, And PowerChapter 11.7 - Transients On Transmission LinesChapter 11.8 - Application Note-microstrip Lines And Characterization Of Data CablesChapter 12 - WaveguidesChapter 12.4 - Transverse Electric ModesChapter 12.5 - Wave Propagation In The GuideChapter 12.7 - Waveguide Current And Mode ExcitationChapter 12.8 - Waveguide ResonatorsChapter 12.9 - Application Note-optical FiberChapter 13 - AntennasChapter 13.5 - Small-loop AntennaChapter 13.6 - Antenna CharacteristicsChapter 13.7 - Antenna ArraysChapter 13.8 - Effective Area And The Friis EquationChapter 13.9 - The Radar EquationChapter 14 - Numerical MethodsChapter 14.2 - Field PlottingChapter 14.3 - The Finite Difference MethodChapter 14.6 - Application Note-microstrip LinesChapter C - Matlab

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*Elements of Electromagnetics*, Seventh Edition, covers electrostatics, magnetostatics, fields, waves, and applications like transmission lines, waveguides, and antennas. The text also provides a balanced presentation of time-varying and static fields, preparing students for employment in today's industrial and manufacturing sectors.Streamlined to facilitate student understanding,

*Elements of Electromagnetics*features worked examples in every chapter that explain how to use the theory presented in the text to solve different kinds of problems. It also covers numerical methods, including MATLAB and vector analysis, to help students analyze situations that they are likely to encounter in industry practice.## Sample Solutions for this Textbook

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