Foundations of Electrical Engineering: Fields-Networks-Waves describes the general principles of electrical engineering, with emphasis on fields, networks, and waves. The limitations of validity are defined and methods of calculation are outlined. Examples are used to illustrate the theory and microphysical explanations based on simple models are given.
This book is divided into five sections and begins with an overview of the inductive approach to Maxwell's equations, along with the uniqueness of their solution. Energy conversion in the electromagnetic field as well as the basic concepts of vector algebra and vector analysis are also considered. Subsequent chapters focus on static and steady fields, including cylindrically symmetrical fields and magnetic fields; the laws of network analysis and network synthesis; transient phenomena; and transmission lines. The remaining sections deal with electromagnetic waves, with emphasis on boundary value problems, and further developments in electrical engineering.
This monograph will be of interest to students of electrical engineering and mathematics.
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|Size: ||77.2 MB|
|Date published: || 1963|
|ISBN: ||9781483151045 (DRM-PDF)|
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