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By Fawwaz T. Ulaby, Eric Michielssen, Umberto Ravaioli

 

Fundamentals of utilized Electromagnetics is meant to be used in a single- or two-semester classes in electromagnetics. It additionally serves as a reference for engineers.

 

Widely acclaimed either within the U.S. and in a foreign country, this authoritative textual content bridges the distance among circuits and new electromagnetics fabric. Ulaby starts off insurance with transmission strains, major scholars from accepted techniques into extra complicated issues and functions. A basic strategy, full-color figures and pictures, and a suite of interactive simulations may help readers comprehend the options presented.

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M1 • The weak-interaction force, whose strength is only 10−14 that of the nuclear force. Its primary role is in interactions involving certain radioactive elementary particles. • The gravitational force is the weakest of all four forces, having a strength on the order of 10−41 that of the nuclear force. However, it often is the dominant force in macroscopic systems, such as the solar system. This book focuses on the electromagnetic force and its consequences. Even though the electromagnetic force operates at the atomic scale, its effects can be transmitted in the form of electromagnetic waves that can propagate through both free space and material media.

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