Electromagnetism for Engineers: An Introductory Course

Paperback | September 1, 1997

byP. Hammond

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This book is a concise introduction to electromagnetic fields for students on degree and diploma courses. Physical processes and their descriptions are elucidated in words rather than mathematical symbols. Only simple differentiation, integration, and a little trigonometry are required. Forthis new edition there are new sections on electromechanics and high-frequency phenomena.

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This book is a concise introduction to electromagnetic fields for students on degree and diploma courses. Physical processes and their descriptions are elucidated in words rather than mathematical symbols. Only simple differentiation, integration, and a little trigonometry are required. Forthis new edition there are new sections on ele...

He is Honorary Research Professor in the Electrical Engineering dept at Southampton but asked for this to be taken off publicity material as it strikes the wrong note as far as this is book is concerned.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:248 pages, 9.09 × 6.14 × 0.55 inPublished:September 1, 1997Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0198562985

ISBN - 13:9780198562986

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Table of Contents

1. The principle of electromagnetism2. Electric charges at rest - I3. Electric charges at rest - II4. Steady electric currents5. The magnetic fields of steady electric currents6. Electromagnetic induction7. The magnetic effects of iron8. Electromechanics9. Electromagentic radiationAppendicesFurther readingIndex