Time-Harmonic Electromagnetic Fields

ISBN-10: 047120806X

ISBN-13: 9780471208068

Edition: 2nd 2001

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List price: $182.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 9/13/2001
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 496
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.046

Roger F. Harrington is professor emeritus of electrical engineering and computer science at Syracuse University..He is also visiting professor at the University of Arizona. He was awarded the Van der Pol Medal from URSI in 1996, the Jubilee Tesla Medal from the Nicola Tesla Society, Yugoslavia, in l998, and the IEEE Electromagnetics Award in 2000.

Foreword to the Revised Edition
Fundamental Concepts
Basic Equations
Constitutive Relationships
The Generalized Current Concept
Energy and Power
Circuit Concepts
Complex Quantities
Complex Equations
Complex Constitutive Parameters
Complex Power
A-C Characteristics of Matter
A Discussion of Current
A-C Behavior of Circuit Elements
Singularities of the Field
Introduction to Waves
The Wave Equation
Waves in Perfect Dielectrics
Intrinsic Wave Constants
Waves in Lossy Matter
Reflection of Waves
Transmission-line Concepts
Waveguide Concepts
Resonator Concepts
Antenna Concepts
On Waves in General
Some Theorems and Concepts
The Source Concept
Image Theory
The Equivalence Principle
Fields in Half-space
The Induction Theorem
Green's Functions
Tensor Green's Functions
Integral Equations
Construction of Solutions
The Radiation Field
Plane Wave Functions
The Wave Functions
Plane Waves
The Rectangular Waveguide
Alternative Mode Sets
The Rectangular Cavity
Partially Filled Waveguide
The Dielectric-slab Guide
Surface-guided Waves
Model Expansions of Fields
Currents in Waveguides
Apertures in Ground Planes
Plane Current Sheets
Cylindrical Wave Functions
The Wave Functions
The Circular Waveguide
Radial Waveguides
The Circular Cavity
Other Guided Waves
Sources of Cylindrical Waves
Two-dimensional Radiation
Wave Transformations
Scattering by Cylinders
Scattering by Wedges
Three-dimensional Radiation
Apertures in Cylinders
Apertures in Wedges
Spherical Wave Functions
The Wave Functions
The Spherical Cavity
Orthogonality Relationships
Space as a Waveguide
Other Radial Waveguides
Other Resonators
Sources of Spherical Waves
Wave Transformations
Scattering by Spheres
Dipole and Conducting Sphere
Apertures in Spheres
Fields External to Cones
Maximum Antenna Gain
Perturbational and Variational Techniques
Perturbations of Cavity Walls
Cavity-material Perturbations
Waveguide Perturbations
Stationary Formulas for Cavities
The Ritz Procedure
The Reaction Concept
Stationary Formulas for Waveguides
Stationary Formulas for Impedance
Stationary Formulas for Scattering
Scattering by Dielectric Obstacles
Transmission through Apertures
Microwave Networks
Cylindrical Waveguides
Modal Expansions in Waveguides
The Network Concept
One-port Networks
Two-port Networks
Obstacles in Waveguides
Posts in Waveguides
Small Obstacles in Waveguides
Diaphragms in Waveguides
Waveguide Junctions
Waveguide Feeds
Excitation of Apertures
Modal Expansions in Cavities
Probes in Cavities
Aperture Coupling to Cavities
Vector Analysis
Complex Permittivities
Fourier Series and Integrals
Bessel Functions
Legendre Functions
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