A four year Electrical and Electronic engineering curriculum normally contains two modules of electromagnetic field theories during the first two years. However, some curricula do not have enough slots to accommodate the two modules. This book, Electromagnetic Field Theories, is designed for Electrical and Electronic engineering undergraduate students to provide fundamental knowledge of electromagnetic fields and waves in a structured manner. A comprehensive fundamental knowledge of electric and magnetic fields is required to understand the working principles of generators, motors and transformers. This knowledge is also necessary to analyze transmission lines, substations, insulator flashover mechanism, transient phenomena, etc. Recently, academics and researches are working for sending electrical power to a remote area by designing a suitable antenna. In this case, the knowledge of electromagnetic fields is considered as important tool.
Electromagnetic Field Theory and Transmission Lines is an ideal textbook for a single semester, first course on Electromagnetic Field Theory (EMFT) at the undergraduate level. This book uses plain and simple English, diagrammatic representations and real life examples to explain the fundamental concepts, notations, representation and principles that govern the field of EMFT. The chapters cover every aspect of EMFT from electrostatics to advanced topics dealing with Electromagnetic Interference (EMI)/Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC), EMC standards and design methods for EMC. Careful and deta.
This is a textbook designed to provide analytical background material in the area of Engineering Electromagnetic Fields for the senior level undergraduate and preparatory level graduate electrical engineering students. It is also an excellent reference book for researchers in the field of computational electromagnetic fields. The textbook covers ? Static Electric and Magnetic Fields: The basic laws governing the Electrostatics, Magnetostatics with engineering examples are presented which are enough to understand the fields and the electric current and charge sources. Dynamic Electromagnetic Fields: The Maxwell's equations in Time-Domain and solutions, the Maxwell's equations in Frequency-Domain and solutions. Extensive approaches are presented to solve partial differential equations satisfying electromagnetic boundary value problems. Foundation to electromagnetic field radiation, guided wave propagation is discussed to expose at the undergraduate level application of the Maxwell's equations to practical engineering problems.
Electric Field Analysis is both a student-friendly textbook and a valuable tool for engineers and physicists engaged in the design work of high-voltage insulation systems. The text begins by introducing the physical and mathematical fundamentals of electric fields, presenting problems from power and dielectric engineering to show how the theories are put into practice. The book then describes various techniques for electric field analysis and their significance in the validation of numerically computed results, as well as: Discusses finite difference, finite element, charge simulation, and surface charge simulation methods for the numerical computation of electric fields Provides case studies for electric field distribution in a cable termination, around a post insulator, in a condenser bushing, and around a gas-insulated substation (GIS) spacer Explores numerical field calculation for electric field optimization, demonstrating contour correction and examining the application of artificial neural networks Explains how high-voltage field optimization studies are carried out to meet the desired engineering needs Electric Field Analysis is accompanied by an easy-to-use yet comprehensive software for electric field computation. The software, along with a wealth of supporting content, is available for download with qualifying course adoption.
The book Electromagnetic Field Theory caters to the students of BE/BTech Electronics and Communication Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, and Electronic Instrumentation Engineering, as electromagnetics is an integral part of their curricula. It covers a wide range of topics that deal with various physical and mathematical concepts, including vector functions, coordinate systems, integration and differentiation, complex numbers, and phasors. The book helps in understanding the electric and magnetic fields on different charge and current distributions, such as line, surface, and volume. It also explains the electromagnetic behaviour of waves, fields in transmission lines, and radiation in antennas. A number of electromagnetic applications are also included to develop the interest of students. SALIENT FEATURES • Simple and easy-to-follow text • Complete coverage of the subject as per the syllabi of most universities • Lucid, well-explained concepts with clear examples • Relevant illustrations for better understanding and retention • Some of the illustrations provide three-dimensional view for in-depth knowledge • Numerous mathematical examples for full clarity of concepts • Chapter objectives at the beginning of each chapter for its overview • Chapter-end summary and exercises for quick review and to test your knowledge
Engineering Field Theory focuses on the applications of field theory in gravitation, electrostatics, magnetism, electric current flow, conductive heat transfer, fluid flow, and seepage. The manuscript first ponders on electric flux, electrical materials, and flux function. Discussions focus on field intensity at the surface of a conductor, force on a charged surface, atomic properties, doublet and uniform field, flux tube and flux line, line charge and line sink, field of a surface charge, field intensity, flux density, permittivity, and Coulomb's law. The text then takes a look at gravitation and fluid flow, magnetic flux, and electric potential. Topics include capacitance with mixed dielectric, capacitance, potential function, electric intensity, magnetization, field intensity, current loop and magnetic dipole, magnetic field of an electric current, velocity, pressure, gravitational field intensity, and gravitational constant. The book ponders on experimental techniques, numerical methods, and electromagnetic induction, including Hall effect, magnetic energy, method of construction, computer techniques, and space diagram. The publication is a highly recommended source material for engineers and researchers wanting to study further engineering field theory.
This volume includes contributions on: field theory and advanced computational electromagnetics; electrical machines and transformers; optimization and interactive design; electromagnetics in materials; coupled field and electromagnetic components in mechatronics; induction heating systems; bioelectromagnetics; and electromagnetics in education.