Electromagnetic Field Theory Fundamentals 2nd ed - B. Guru, H. Hiziroglu

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Electromagnetic Field Theory Fundamentals 2nd ed - B. Guru, H. Hiziroglu 本书简明易懂,贴近读者,深受广大师生欢迎。   本书包含许多实例、问题、章末小结和适当的背景材料。书中首先介绍静电磁场和静磁场的基本概念,继而讲解麦克斯韦尔方程、电磁传播、电磁传输和电磁辐射。另外,还增加了关于有限元法和有限差分法的章节以及关于史密斯圆图的详细附录。   1 ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD THEORY 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Field Concept 1.3 Vector Analysis 1.4 Differential and Integral Formulations 1.5 Static Fields 1.6 Time-Varying Fields 1.7 Applications of Time-Varying Fields 1.8 Numerical Solutions 1.9 Further Study 2 VECTOR ANALYSIS 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Scalar and Vector Quantities 2.3 Vector Operations 2.4 The Coordinate Systems 2.5 Scalar and Vector Fields 2.6 Differential Elements of Length, Surface, and Volume 2.7 Line, Surface, and Volume Integrals 2.8 The Gradient of a Scalar Function 2.9 Divergence of a Vector Field 2.10 The Curl of a Vector Field 2.11 The Laplacian Operator 2.12 Some Theorems and Field Classifications 2.13 Vector Identities 2.14 Summary 2.15 Review Questions 2.16 Problems 3 ELECTROSTATICS 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Coulomb’s Law 3.3 Electric Field Intensity 3.4 Electric Flux and Electric Flux Density 3.5 The EIectric Potential 3.6 Electric Dipole 3.7 Materials in an Electric Field 3.8 Energy Stored in an EIectric Field 3.9 Boundary Conditions 3.10 Capacitor and Capacitance 3.11 Poisson’s and Laplace’s Equations 3.12 Method of Images 3.13 Summary 3.14 Review Questions 3.15 Problems 4 STEADY ELECTRIC CURRENTS 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Nature of Current and Current Density 4.3 Resistance of a Conductor 4.4 The Equation Of Continuity 4.S Relaxation Time 4.6 Joule’s Law 4.7 Steady Current in a Diode 4.8 Boundary Conditions for Current Density 4.9 Analogy Between D and J 4.10 The Electromotive Force 4.11 Summary 4.12 Review Questions 4.13 Problems 1 ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD THEORY 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Field Concept 1.3 Vector Analysis 1.4 Differential and Integral Formulations 1.5 Static Fields 1.6 Time-Varying Fields 1.7 Applications of Time-Varying F
CAMBRIDGE UNIYERSITY TRESS Cambridge, New York, Melbourne, Madrid, Cape Town, Singapore, Sao Paulo Cambridge university Press The Edinburgh Building, Cambridge CB2 2RU, UK Published in the United States of America by Cambridge University Press, New York wwtv. cambridge. org Informationonthistidde:www.cambridge.org/97805218.30164 o First edition PWS Publishing Company 1998 Second edition B. S. Guru and H. R. Hiziroglu 2004 This publication is in copyright. Subject to statutory exception and to the provision of relevant collective licensing agreements, no reproduction of any part may take place without the written permission of Cambridge University Press First published in print format 2004 ISBN-13 978-0-5II-21039-6 eBook (ebrary ISBN-10 O-SII-21039-6 eBook(ebrary ISBN-13978-0-521-83016-4 hardback ISBN-I0 0-521-83016-8 hardback Cambridge University Press has no responsibility for the persistence or accuracy of URls for external or third-Party internet websites referred to in this publication, and does not guarantee that any content on such websites is, or will remain, accurate or appropriate Contents Acknowledgments Electromagnetic field theory [1] 1. 1 Introduction II 1.2 Field concept【3 1.3 Vector analysis [4] 1.4 Differential and integral formulations [5] 1.5 Static fields [6] 1.6Ti ing fields [Tk 1.7 Applications of time-varying fields [9] 1.8 Numerical solutions [11I 1.9 Further study [I] 2 Vector analysis [14 1 Introduction [14 2.2 Scalar and vector quantitie 2.3 Vector operations [151 2. 4 TH 2.5 Scalar and vector fields [321 2.6 Differential elements of length, surface, and volume [34] 2.7 Line, surface, and volume integrals [36] 8 The gradient of a scalar function [411 2.9 Divergence of ield [44] 2. 10 The curl of a vector field [491 2. 11 The Laplacian operator [55 2.12 Some theorems and field classifications [56 2. 13 Vector identities [6o] 2.14 Summary L6l」 2.15 Review questions [6] 2.16 Exercises|64」 2. 17 Problems [66] Contents 3 Electrostatics 70 3. 1 Introd omb s law [70 3. 3 Electric field 3. 4 Electric flux and electric fux density [81] 3. 5 The electric potential [85] 3.6 Electric dipole [8y 3.7 Materials in an electric field 921 3.8E lectric field [100l 3.9 Bound ditions ' 1(4 3.10 Capacitors and capacitance [108] 3. 11 Poisson's and Laplace's equations [112] 3. 12 Method of images [I 16] 3.13s y[!2 3. 14 Review questions [123] 3.15F xercises 3.16 Problems [129 4 Steady electric currents [137] 4.1 Introduction [137] 4.2 Nature of current and current density [138] 4.3 Resistance of a conductor [144 4.4 The equation of continuity 1145] 4.5 Relaxation time [1501 4.6 Joules la 4.7 Steady current in a diode [1541 4.8 Boundary conditions for current density [157] 4.9 Analogy between D andj [1591 4.10 The electromotive forcc [162] 4.11S 4. 12 Review questions [16 4.13E [169 4.14 Problems [172] 5 Magnetostatics [177 5.1 Introduction【!77 5.2 The Biot-Savart law 1781 5.3 Amperes force law [83] 5. 4 Magnetic torque [1881 5.5 Magnetic flux and Gauss's law for magnetic fields [191 5.6M 5.7 Magnetic field nd Ampere's circuital law [1971 5. 8 Magn terials [201 5.9 Magnetic scalar potential [209] 5.10 Boundary conditions for magnetic fields [ 211] ⅶi Contents 5.11 Energy in a magnetic field [2151 5.12 Magnetic circuits [216] 5.13Su 5. 14 Review questions [229] 5.15 Exercises [230) 6 Applications of static fields [241] 6.2 Deflection of a charged particle [241] 6.3 Cathod 6.4 Ink-jet printer [2461 6.5S ls[247 6.6 Electrostatic generator [2501 6.7 Electrostatic voltmeter [252 6.8 Magnetic separator [253 6.9 Magnetic deflection [254] 6. 11 The velocity selector and the mass spectrometer [2581 6.12 The Hall effect [2611 6.13 Magnetohydrodynamic generator [2631 6. 14 An electromagnetic pump [2641 6.15 a direct-current motor [2651 6.16 Summary [267 6. 17 Review questions [269 6. 18 Exercises [2701 6. 19 Problems [272 7 Time-varying electromagnetic fields [276 7.1 Introduction 276 7. 2 Motional electromotive force [276 7. 3 Faraday's law of inducti 7.4 Maxwells e Faradays law) [286] 7.5 Self-inductance 290 7.6 Mutual inductance [294 7.7 Inductance of coupled coils [2981 78E in a magnetic field [301 7.9 Maxwell's equation from Ampere's law [3041 7.10 MaxwelI's equations from Gausss laws [308 7.11 Maxwell's equations and boundary conditions [30)9] 7. 12 Poynting's the 7. 13 Time-harmonic fields [319 7. 14 Applications of electromagnetic fields [324 7. 15 Summary [3.36 7.16 Review questions [3391 Contents 7.17 Exercises 340 7. 18 Proble 8 Plane wave propagation [351 8.1 ntroduct 8.2 general 8.3 Plane wave in a dielectric medium [353] 8.4 Plane wave in free space 1362] 8.5 Plane wave in a conducting medium [] 8.6 Plane wave in a good conductor [3701 8.7 Plane wave in a good dielectric [374 8.8 Polarization of a wave 376] 8.9 Normal incidence of uniform plane waves [3801 8.10 Oblique incidence on a plane boundary [392] 8. 11 Summary [4101 8.12 Review questions [412 8.13 Exercises [414] 8.14 Problems [416] 9 Transmission lines 421] 9.1 Introd 9.2 A parallel-plate transmission line [423 9.3 Voltage and current in terms of sending-end and receiving-end variables[44(小 9. 4 The dance [443 9.5 Reflections at discontinuity points along transmission l4 9.6 Standi transmission lines [4.53] 9.7 Impedance matching with shunt stub lines 1460] 9.8 Transmission lines with imperfect materials [462 9.9 Transients in transmission lines [46] 9.10 Skin effect and resistance [485] 9. 11 Summary [4911 9.12 Review questions [493] 2. 13 Exercises [4941 9. 14 Problems 496 10 Waveguides and cavity resonators 502 10.1 Introduction [5021 10.2 Wave equations in Cartesian coordinates [5051 10.3 Transverse magnetic(TM)mode [508 10. 4 Transverse electric(TE)mode [5181 10.5 Losses in a waveguide [526 10.6 Cavity resonators [5.321 10.7Su [540 10.8 Review questions [541] 109 Exercises【542 10.10 Proble 「543 11 Antennas [547 11. Intre on[547] 11.2 Wave equations in tems of potential functions [5491 11. 3 her ole [552] 11. 4 A magnetic dipole [559 11.5 A short dipole antenna [5631 11.6 A half-wave dipole antenna [541 11.7 Antenna arrays [5671 A 1. 8 Linear arrays [5711 11.9 Efficiency of an antenna [574 11.10 Receiving antenna and Friis equation [576] 11.11 The radar systen [579 11.12 Summary [5821 11.13 Review questions [5831 11 14 Exercises [5843 11.15 Problems [585 12 Computer-aided analysis of electromagnetic fields [590 12.1 Introduction 5901 12.2 Finite-difference method [5911 12.3 Finite-element method [5981 12. 4 Method of moments [6111 12.5 Summary [615 12.6 Review questions [66] 12.7 Exercises [616 12.8 Problems [6171 Appendix a Smith chart and its applications [620 Appendix b computer programs for various problems [643 Appendixc Useful mathematical tables [663 Index [6711 Preface Electromagnetic field theory has been and will continue to be one of the most important fundamental courses of the electrical engineering cur riculum. It is one of the best-established general theories that provides explanations and solutions to intricate electrical engineering problems when other theories are no longer applicable This book is intended as a basic text for a two-semester sequence for undergraduate students desiring a fundamental comprehension of elec tromagnetic felds. The text can also be used for a one-semester course as long as the topics omitted neither result in any loss of continuity of the subject matter nor hamper the students preparation for the courses that follows. This te erence for students preparing for an advanced course in electromagnetic fields The first edition of this book appeared in 1998 and was well accepted by both the students and the faculty. Among the numerous comments we received from the students the one that transcends the others is that the book is written in simple, everyday language so that anyone can easily understand even the most sophisticated concepts of electromagnetic fields, We attribute such a favorable comment to the fact that the book was written fro first-hand experience of class-room teaching. The development of this second edition also follows the same time-tested approac a thorough understanding of vector analysis is required to compre- hend electromagnetic theory in a logical manner Without much exagger ation, we can say that vector analysis is the backbone of the mathematical formulation of electromagnetic field theory. Therefore, a complete grasp of vector analysis is crucial to the comprehension of electromagnetic fields. In order to ensure that every reader begins with essentially the same level of understanding of vectors, we have devoted an entire chap- ter, Chapter 2, to the study of vector analysis. a great deal of emphasis is placed upon the coordinate transformations and various theorems In the development and application of electromagnetic field theory il from his/her ious nath ematical relationships. To help those who fail to recall some of the required mathematical formulas we have included enough information

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alto1394 Electromagnetic Field Theory Fundamentals 2nd ed. Bhag. Singh Guru, Huseyin R Hiziroglu Kettering University Cambridge University Press Second edition B.S.Guru and H.R.Hiziroglu 2004
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yinglun 入门时用的该书的中文版,接触越来越多的外文文献后,有必要了解电磁场的英文表达,翻了这书的原文后,发现英文的表达更准确,所以需要深入学习的,建议阅读英文原文,此书就是非常好的选择 另外,清华大学出版的Dr.Cheng的英文原书也是不错的选择
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qq10172776 英文版的看着有点难了……不错,感谢分享
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