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Seventh Edition

January 2021

ISBN: 9780190698621

824 pages
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235x191mm

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Using a vectors-first approach, Elements of Electromagnetics, Seventh Edition, covers electrostatics, magnetostatics, fields, waves, and applications like transmission lines, waveguides, and antennas. The text also provides a balanced presentation of time-varying and static fields, preparing students for employment in today's industrial and manufacturing sectors.

• Uses a vectors-first approach to explain electrostatics, magnetostatics, fields, waves, and applications like transmission lines, waveguides, and antennas.
• A balanced presentation of time-varying and static fields, preparing students for employment in today's industrial and manufacturing sectors.
• Worked examples in every chapter that explain how to use the theory presented in the text to solve different kinds of problems.

Matthew Sadiku, Professor of Electrical Engineering, Prairie View A&M University, and Sudarshan Nelatury, Penn State Erie Behrend College

Matthew Sadiku is Professor of Electrical Engineering at Prairie View A&M University and a fellow of IEEE.

PREFACE
A NOTE TO THE STUDENT
MATH ASSESSMENT
PART 1: VECTOR ANALYSIS
1. VECTOR ALGEBRA
—1.1 Introduction
—1.2 A Preview of the Book
—1.3 Scalars and Vectors
—1.4 Unit Vector
—1.6 Position and Distance Vectors
—1.7 Vector Multiplication
—1.8 Components of a Vector
—-Summary
—-Review Questions
—-Problems
2. COORDINATE SYSTEMS AND TRANSFORMATION
—2.1 Introductio
—2.2 Cartesian Coordinates (x, y, z)
—2.3 Circular Cylindrical Coordinates (r, f, z)
—2.4 Spherical Coordinates (r, u, f)
—2.5 Constant-Coordinate Surfaces
—-Summary
—-Review Questions
—-Problems
3. VECTOR CALCULUS
—3.1 Introduction
—3.2 Differential Length, Area, and Volume
—3.3 Line, Surface, and Volume Integrals
—3.4 Del Operator
—3.6 Divergence of a Vector and Divergence Theorem
—3.7 Curl of a Vector and Stokes's Theorem
—3.8 Laplacian of a Scalar
—3.9 Classification of Vector Fields
—-Summary
—-Review Questions
—-Problems
PART 2: ELECTROSTATICS
4. ELECTROSTATIC FIELDS
—4.1 Introduction
—4.2 Coulomb's Law and Field Intensity
—4.3 Electric Fields Due to Continuous Charge Distributions
—4.4 Electric Flux Density
—4.5 Gauss's Law-Maxwell's Equation
—4.6 Applications of Gauss's Law
—4.7 Electric Potential
—4.8 Relationship between E and V-Maxwell's Equation
—4.9 An Electric Dipole and Flux Lines
—4.10 Energy Density in Electrostatic Fields
—4.11 Application Note-Electrostatic Discharge
—-Summary
—-Review Questions
—-Problems
5. ELECTRIC FIELDS IN MATERIAL SPACE
—5.1 Introduction
—5.2 Properties of Materials
—5.3 Convection and Conduction Currents
—5.4 Conductors
—5.5 Polarization in Dielectrics
—5.6 Dielectric Constant and Strength
—5.7 Linear, Isotropic, and Homogeneous Dielectrics
—5.8 Continuity Equation and Relaxation Time
—5.9 Boundary Conditions
—5.10 Application Note-High Dielectric Constant Materials
—5.11 Application Note-Graphene
—5.12 Application Note - Piezoelectrics
—-Summary
—-Review Questions
—-Problems
6. ELECTROSTATIC BOUNDARY-VALUE PROBLEMS
—6.1 Introduction
—6.2 Poisson's and Laplace's Equations
—6.3 Uniqueness Theorem
—6.4 General Procedures for Solving Poisson's or Laplace's Equation
—6.5 Resistance and Capacitance
—6.6 Method of Images
—6.7 Application Note-Capacitance of Microstrip Lines
—6.8 Application Note-RF MEMS
—6.9 Application NOte-Supercapacitors
—-Summary
—-Review Questions
—-Problems
PART 3: MAGNETOSTATICS
7. MAGNETOSTATIC FIELDS
—7.1 Introduction
—7.2 Biot-Savart's Law
—7.3 Ampere's Circuit Law-Maxwell's Equation
—7.4 Applications of Ampere's Law
—7.5 Magnetic Flux Density-Maxwell's Equation
—7.6 Maxwell's Equations for Static Fields
—7.7 Magnetic Scalar and Vector Potentials
—7.8 Derivation of Biot-Savart's Law and Ampere's Law
—7.9 Application Note-Lightning
—7.10 Application Note-Polywell
—-Summary
—-Review Questions
—-Problems
8. MAGNETIC FORCES, MATERIALS, AND DEVICES
—8.1 Introduction
—8.2 Forces Due to Magnetic Fields
—8.3 Magnetic Torque and Moment
—8.4 A Magnetic Dipole
—8.5 Magnetization in Materials
—8.6 Classification of Materials
—8.7 Magnetic Boundary Conditions
—8.8 Inductors and Inductances
—8.9 Magnetic Energy
—8.10 Magnetic Circuits
—8.11 Force on Magnetic Materials
—8.12 Application Note-Magnetic Levitation
—8.13 Application Note-SQUIDs
—-Summary
—-Review Questions
—-Problems
PART 4: WAVES AND APPLICATIONS
9. MAXWELL'S EQUATIONS
—9.1 Introduction
—9.3 Transformer and Motional Electromotive Forces
—9.4 Displacement Current
—9.5 Maxwell's Equations in Final Forms
—9.6 Time-Varying Potentials
—9.7 Time-Harmonic Fields
—9.8 Application Note-Memristor
—9.9 Application Note-Optical Nanocircuits
—9.10 Application Note-Wireless Power Transfer and Qi Standard
—-Summary
—-Review Questions
—-Problems
10. ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE PROPAGATION
—10.1 Introduction
—10.2 Waves in General
—10.3 Wave Propagation in Lossy Dielectrics
—10.4 Plane Waves in Lossless Dielectrics
—10.5 Plane Waves in Free Space
—10.6 Plane Waves in Good Conductors
—10.7 Wave Polarization
—10.8 Power and the Poynting Vector
—10.9 Reflection of a Plane Wave at Normal Incidence
—10.10 Reflection of a Plane Wave at Oblique Incidence
—10.11 Application Note-Microwaves
—10.12 Application Note-60 GHz Technology
—-Summary
—-Review Questions
—-Problems
11. TRANSMISSION LINES
—11.1 Introduction
—11.2 Transmission Line Parameters
—11.3 Transmission Line Equations
—11.4 Input Impedance, Standing Wave Ratio, and Power
—11.5 The Smith Chart
—11.6 Some Applications of Transmission Lines
—11.7 Transients on Transmission Lines 574
—11.8 Application Notes-Microstrip Lines and Characterization of Data Cables
—11.9 Application Note-Metamaterials
—11.10 Application Note-Microwave Imaging
—-Summary
—-Review Questions
—-Problems
12. WAVEGUIDES
—12.1 Introduction
—12.2 Rectangular Waveguides
—12.3 Transverse Magnetic (TM) Modes
—12.4 Transverse Electric (TE) Modes
—12.5 Wave Propagation in the Guide
—12.6 Power Transmission and Attenuation
—12.7 Waveguide Current and Mode Excitation
—12.8 Waveguide Resonators
—12.9 Application Note-Optical Fiber
—12.10 Application Note-Cloaking and Invisibility
—-Summary
—-Review Questions
—-Problems
13. ANTENNAS
—13.1 Introduction
—13.2 Hertzian Dipole
—13.3 Half-Wave Dipole Antenna
—13.4 Quarter-Wave Monopole Antenna
—13.5 Small-Loop Antenna
—13.6 Antenna Characteristics
—13.7 Antenna Arrays
—13.8 Effective Area and the Friis Equation
—13.10 Application Note-Electromagnetic Interference and Compatibility
—13.11 Application Note-Textile Antennas and Sensors
—13.12 Application Note-Fractal Antennas
—-Summary
—-Review Questions
—-Problems
14. NUMERICAL METHODS
—14.1 Introduction
—14.2 Field Plotting
—14.3 The Finite Difference Method
—14.4 The Moment Method
—14.5 The Finite Element Method
—14.6 Application Note-Microstrip Lines
—-Summary
—-Review Questions
—-Problems
APPENDIX A: Mathematical Formulas
APPENDIX B: Material Constants
APPENDIX C: MATLAB
APPENDIX D: The Complete Smith Chart
APPENDIX E: Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems
INDEX

### Reviews

"This is one of the best electromagnetics textbooks on the market. With its understandable language and strong approach, Elements of Electromagnetics is almost perfect." - Lili H. Tabrizi, California State University, Los Angeles

"Well-written and easy to follow, with an excellent balance of rigor, ease, and clarity. This text has lots of practice problems and a wonderful collection of application notes." - Sudarshan Nelatury, Pennsylvania State University, Erie

"Elements of Electromagnetics provides easy-to-understand explanations without losing the complexity of the material. The solved problems are detailed and a good reference for students to practice the theory behind the concepts." - Sima Noghanian, University of North Dakota