Fundamental of Engineering Electromagnetics not only presents the fundamentals of electromagnetism in a concise and logical manner, but also includes a variety of interesting and important applications. While adapted from his popular and more extensive work, Field and Wave Electromagnetics, this text incorporates a number of innovative pedagogical features. Each chapter begins with an overview, which serves to offer qualitative guidance to the subject matter and motivate the student. Review questions and worked examples throughout each chapter reinforce the student's understanding of the material. Remarks boxes following the review questions and margin notes throughout the book serve as additional pedagogical aids.
Fundamentals of Engineering Electromagnetics is a shorter version of Dr. Cheng's best-selling Field and Wave Electromagnetics, Second Edition. Fundamentals has been written in summaries. Emphasizes examples and exercises that invite students to build their knowledge of electromagnetics by solving problems.
Besides presenting electromagnetics in a concise and logical manner, the text covers application topics such as electric motors, transmission lines, waveguides, antennas, antenna arrays, and radar systems.
Text for an undergraduate course, beginning with discussion of the electromagnetic model and continuing with coverage of vector analysis, static electric fields, steady electric currents, static magnetic fields, Maxwell's equations, plane electromagnetic waves, transmission lines, and antennas, among other subjects. Includes answers to odd- numbered problems. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)