ELEMENTS OF ENGINEERING ELECTROMAGNETICS BY NANNAPANENI NARAYANA RAO PDF

Preface The introductory textbooks on engineering electromagnetics can be classified broadly into three categories: 1. Two-semester textbooks with the first half or more covering electrostatics and magnetostatics as in category 1 and the remainder devoted to topics associated with electromagnetic waves. One- or two-semester textbooks that have deviated from the traditional approach with the degree and nature of deviation depending on the author. The bulk of the textbooks fall into categories 1 and 2, and only a small minority, including this book, belong to category 3. The deviation from the traditional approach originated with the first edition, a one-semester text with the basic material built up on time-varying fields and their engineering applications so as to enhance its utility for the one-semester student of engineering electromagnetics, while enabling the student to take further elective courses in electromagnetics to learn many of the same field concepts and mathematical tools provided by the traditional treatment.

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About this title Provides a one semester text with the basic material built up on time-varying fields and their engineering applications so as to enhance its utility for the one-semester student of engineering electromagnetics, while enabling the student to take further courses in electromagnetics.

DLC: Electromagnetic theory. From the Back Cover: This is a successful book with a versatile approach including thorough coverage of statics with an emphasis on the dynamics of engineering electromagnetics. It integrates practical applications, numerical details, and the thorough coverage of principles. Serves the needs of twenty-first century electromagnetics. NEW—Review problems—Follow homework problems in each chapter.

Serve as review of material covered in a chapter by integrating concepts introduced in more than one section of the chapter. Comprehensive coverage of field and line topics—Begins with p-n junction and circuit elements, progresses through transmission-line time-domain analysis, leading to interconnections between logic gates, and culminating in crosstalk on transmission lines.

Coverage of principles of guided waves developed in one chapter—For both electronics and optoelectronics. Confines the treatment to one-dimensional wave guides comprising parallel-plate metallic waveguides followed by dielectric slab waveguides. Devotes a full chapter to pertinent topics of electronics and photonics—Ch.

Focus on numerical methods—Comprising the finite-difference method; method of moments; finite-element method; and finite-difference time-domain method. Dynamic field approach—Builds basic material upon time varying fields while retaining important topics of static fields. Sinusoidal steady-state analysis of transmission lines. Familiarizes the reader with graphical and computer solutions.

Radiation introduction followed by basic concepts of antennas. Demonstrates for the reader the complete field solution to the Hertzian dipole field through the magnetic vector potential. Solid pedagogy— worked examples, drill problems with answers, marginal notes, chapter summaries, and review questions. Practical application discussions and experiment demonstrations.

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ELEMENTS OF ENGINEERING ELECTROMAGNETICS BY NANNAPANENI NARAYANA RAO PDF

About this title Provides a one semester text with the basic material built up on time-varying fields and their engineering applications so as to enhance its utility for the one-semester student of engineering electromagnetics, while enabling the student to take further courses in electromagnetics. DLC: Electromagnetic theory. From the Back Cover: This is a successful book with a versatile approach including thorough coverage of statics with an emphasis on the dynamics of engineering electromagnetics. It integrates practical applications, numerical details, and the thorough coverage of principles. Serves the needs of twenty-first century electromagnetics. NEW—Review problems—Follow homework problems in each chapter. Serve as review of material covered in a chapter by integrating concepts introduced in more than one section of the chapter.

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Baran Some ideas are about engineering. The second part of the book covers communications, guided wave principles, electronics and photonics, and radiation and antennae. Want to Read saving…. About Nannapaneni Narayana Rao. No trivia or quizzes yet.

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