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Roger F. Harrington

Time-Harmonic Electromagnetic Fields

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First published in 1961, Roger Harrington s Time Harmonic Electromagnetic Fields is one of the most significant works in electromagnetic theory and applications. Over the past forty years, it proved to be a key resource for students, professors, researchers, and engineers who require a comprehensive, in depth treatment of the subject.


Taal / Language : English

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Foreword to the Revised Edition vii
Preface ix
Fundamental Concepts
Introduction
1(1)
Basic Equations
1(4)
Constitutive Relationships
5(2)
The Generalized Current Concept
7(2)
Energy and Power
9(3)
Circuit Concepts
12(1)
Complex Quantities
13(3)
Complex Equations
16(2)
Complex Constitutive Parameters
18(1)
Complex Power
19(4)
A-C Characteristics of Matter
23(3)
A Dissuasion of Current
26(3)
A-C Behavior of Circuit Elements
29(3)
Singularities of the Field
32(5)
Introduction to Waves
The Wave Equation
37(4)
Waves in Perfect Dielectrics
41(7)
Intrinsic Wave Constants
48(3)
Waves in Lossy Matter
51(3)
Reflection of Waves
54(7)
Transmission-line Concepts
61(5)
Waveguide Concepts
66(8)
Resonator Concepts
74(3)
Radiation
77(4)
Antenna Concepts
81(4)
On Waves in General
85(10)
Some Theorems and Concepts
The Source Concept
95(3)
Duality
98(2)
Uniqueness
100(3)
Image Theory
103(3)
The Equivalence Principle
106(4)
Fields in Half-space
110(3)
The Induction Theorem
113(3)
Reciprocity
116(4)
Green s Functions
120(3)
Tensor Green`s Functions
123(2)
Integral Equations
125(4)
Construction of Solutions
129(3)
The Radiation Field
132(11)
Plane Wave Functions
The Wave Functions
143(2)
Plane Waves
145(3)
The Rectangular Waveguide
148(4)
Alternative Mode Sets
152(3)
The Rectangular Cavity
155(3)
Partially Filled Waveguide
158(5)
The Dielectric-slab Guide
163(5)
Surface-guided Waves
168(3)
Modal Expansions of Fields
171(6)
Currents in Waveguides
177(3)
Apertures in Ground Planes
180(6)
Plane Current Sheets
186(12)
Cylindrical Wave Functions
The Wave Functions
198(6)
The Circular Waveguide
204(4)
Radial Waveguides
208(5)
The Circular Cavity
213(3)
Other Guided Waves
216(7)
Sources of Cylindrical Waves
223(5)
Two-dimensional Radiation
228(2)
Wave Transformations
230(2)
Scattering by Cylinders
232(6)
Scattering by Wedges
238(4)
Three-dimensional Radiation
242(3)
Apertures in Cylinders
245(5)
Apertures in Wedges
250(14)
Spherical Wave Functions
The Wave Functions
264(5)
The Spherical Cavity
269(4)
Orthogonality Relationships
273(3)
Space as a Waveguide
276(3)
Other Radial Waveguides
279(4)
Other Resonators
283(3)
Sources of Spherical Waves
286(3)
Wave Transformations
289(3)
Scattering by Spheres
292(6)
Dipole and Conducting Sphere
298(3)
Apertures in Spheres
301(2)
Fields External to Cones
303(4)
Maximum Antenna Gain
307(10)
Perturbational and Variational Techniques
Introduction
317(1)
Perturbations of Cavity Walls
317(4)
Cavity-material Perturbations
321(5)
Waveguide Perturbations
326(5)
Stationary Formulas for Cavities
331(7)
The Ritz Procedure
338(2)
The Reaction Concept
340(5)
Stationary Formulas for Waveguides
345(3)
Stationary Formulas for Impedance
348(7)
Stationary Formulae for Scattering
355(7)
Scattering by Dielectric Obstacles
362(3)
Transmission through Apertures
365(16)
Microwave Networks
Cylindrical Waveguides
381(8)
Modal Expansions in Waveguides
389(2)
The Network Concept
391(2)
One-port Networks
393(5)
Two-port Networks
398(4)
Obstacles in Waveguides
402(4)
Posts in Waveguides
406(5)
Small Obstacles in Waveguides
411(3)
Diaphragms in Waveguides
414(6)
Waveguide Junctions
420(5)
Waveguide Feeds
425(3)
Excitation of Apertures
428(3)
Modal Expansions in Cavities
431(3)
Probes in Cavities
434(2)
Aperture Coupling to Cavities
436(11)
Appendix A. Vector Analysis 447(4)
Appendix B. Complex Permittivities 451(5)
Appendix C. Fourier Series and Integrals 456(4)
Appendix D. Bessel Functions 460(5)
Appendix E. Legendre Functions 465(6)
Bibliography 471(2)
Index 473
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Januari 2001
816 gram
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