Written by one of the most prominent experts in the field, this text explains the physical nature of the electric and magnetic fields encountered in the study of electrical engineering. The author's approach combines clearly set forth basic theory, easily understood computational methods, and practical engineering applications. This approach does not depend on a difficult mathematical development, rather it seeks to derive its lessons from a simple geometrical method of visualizing fields. An accompanying IBM disc provides a program that enables students to understand and use the author's approach from the outset, including the solution of practical design problems. The text is intended for use in advanced undergraduate electrical and electronic engineering courses, as well as for courses in aeronautical and mechanical engineering. Practicing engineers will find it a valuable resource and reference.
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P. Hammond, Honorary Research Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Southampton. J. K. Sykulski, Lecturer, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Southampton.Review:
'The explanation of the finite element is particularly lucid, and will reward the interested reader, but it is probably too detailed for an undergraduate text.'
Times Higher Education Supplement
`The object of this book is first to stimulate the reader's imagination by helping him to acquire a vocabulary of electromagnetic terms ... Once the vocabulary has been acquired the language of electromagnetism can be learned by its use in engineering applications. The second aim of the work
is to guide the reader in the use of electromagnetic terms and relationships. The emphasis is on understanding and practical applications with the mathematical formulations presented in the simplest possible way.'
L'Onde Electrique - Septembre/Octobre 1994 - Vol. 74 - No. 5
`This highly recommended book and its associated disk give a clear insight to engineering electromagnetism. From this base the authors develop an effective introduction to computational electromagnetics and a stimulating discussion of pracical applications ... greatly enhanced by a menu-driven
tubes and slices (TAS) computer program provided on disk with it ... With its emphasis on the visualization of fields, backed by a user-friendly computer program, it will prove indispensable for teachers and students of the subject alike.'
T.M. Benson, University of Nottingham, International Journal of Electrical Engineering Education. Vol. 32, Number 3, July 1995
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