978-81-8487-445-7 Publication Year: 2016
Pages: 364 Binding: Paper Back
About the book
CONCEPTS OF ELECTRODYNAMICS begins with a detailed discussion on the important formulae and theorems on vector algebra and calculus. The topics such as the Coulomb’s law of electrostatic forces, Gauss’ theorem for electrostatics, and electrostatics in matter are elaborately dealt with. The text also explains the magnetic field, magnetic field in matter, Maxwell’s equations and their relevance to the electromagnetic character of light and the electromagnetic propagation in bounded media and guiding system.
• Includes worked-out problems in chapters.
• Exercises at the end of chapters to help students for in-depth understanding of key concepts.
Preface / Vector Algebra / Electrostatic Field / Electric Fields in Matter / Magnetic Field / Magnetic Fields in Matter / Electromagnetic Induction / Maxwell Equations and Wave Propagation / Electromagnetic Waves in Bound Media / Electromagnetic Guiding Systems.