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56 The Electric Field
2-2-3 The Electric Field
2-2-4 Superposition
Charge Distributions 59
2-3 CHARGE DISTRIBUTIONS
(a) Single Sheet
(c) Uniformly Charged Volume
(a) Single Hoop
(b) Disk of Surface Charge
(d) Cylinder of Volume Charge
2-4 GAUSS'S LAW
(b) Charge Distributions
(a) Surface Charge
(a) Hollow Cylinder of Surface Charge
(b) Cylinder of Volume Charge
2-4-5 Gauss's Law and the Divergence Theorem
2-5 THE ELECTRIC POTENTIAL
2-5-1 Work Required to Move a Point Charge
2-5-2 The Electric Field and Stokes' Theorem
2-5-3 The Potential and the Electric Field
2-5-4 Finite Length Line Charge
2-5-6 Poisson's and Laplace's Equations
2-6-1 Two Parallel Line Charges
2-6-2 The Method of Images
(a) General properties
2-6-3 Line Charge and Cylinder
2-6-4 Two Wire Line
(b) Force of Attraction
2-7-3 Sphere With Constant Charge
2-7-4 Constant Voltage Sphere
3-1 POLARIZATION
(a) Polarizability
(b) The Local Electric Field
3-1-5 Spontaneous Polarization
(b) Electrets
3-2 CONDUCTION
(a) Governing Equations
(c) Ohm's Law
(d) Superconductors
3-3 FIELD BOUNDARY CONDITIONS
3-3-1 Tangential Component of E
3-3-2 Normal Component of D
3-3-4 Normal Component of P and EE
3-3-5 Normal Component of J
3-4 RESISTANCE
3-4-1 Resistance Between Two Electrodes
3-4-3 Coaxial Resistor
3-5 CAPACITANCE
3-5-2 Capacitance for any Geometry
3-5-3 CurrentFlow Through a Capacitor
3-5-4 Capacitance of Two Contacting Spheres
3-6 LOSSY MEDIA
3-6-2 Uniformly Charged Sphere
3-6-3 Series Lossy Capacitor
(b) Open Circuit
(d) Sinusoidal Steady State
(a) Governing Equations
3-6-5 Effects of Convection
(a) Assembling the Charges
(b) Binding Energy of a Crystal
3-8-3 Energy Density of the Electric Field
3-8-4 Energy Stored in Charged Spheres
(c) Binding Energy of an Atom
3-8-5 Energy Stored in a Capacitor
3.9 FIELDS AND THEIR FORCES
3-9-2 Forces on a Polarized Medium
(a) Force Density
(b) Permanently Polarized Medium
3-10 ELECTROSTATIC GENERATORS
3-10-4 Self-Excited Multi-frequency Generators
4-1 THE UNIQUENESS THEOREM
4-2-1 Separation of Variables
(a) Hyperbolic Electrodes
(b) Resistor in an Open Box
4-2-4 Spatially Periodic Excitation
4-3-2 Cylinder in a Uniform Electric Field
(a) Field Solutions
(b) Field Line Plotting
4-3-4 High Voltage Insulator Bushing
4-4-1 One-Dimensional Solutions
4-4-2 Axisymmetric Solutions
4-4-3 Conducting Sphere in a Uniform Field
4-5-1 Finite Difference Expansions
4-5-2 Potential Inside a Square Box
5-1-1 The Lorentz Force Law
5-1-3 The Mass Spectrograph
5-1-4 The Cyclotron
5-1-5 Hall Effect
5-2-1 The Biot-Savart Law
5-2-2 Line Currents
5-2-3 CurrentSheets
(a) Single Sheet of Surface Current
(c) Two Parallel Current Sheets
5-2-4 Hoops of Line Current
(a) Single hoop
5-3-1 Gauss's Law for the Magnetic Field
5-3-3 Currents With Cylindrical Symmetry
(a) Surface Current
5-4 THE VECTOR POTENTIAL
distribution:
5-4-3 The Vector Potential and Magnetic Flux
(b) Finite Width Surface Current
5-5 MAGNETIZATION
(a) Diamagnetism
(b) Paramagnetism
5-6 BOUNDARY CONDITIONS
5-6-1 Tangential Component of H
5-6-2 Tangential Component of M
5-6-3 Normal Component of B
5-7-1 The Method of Images
5-7-2 Sphere in a Uniform Magnetic Field
5-8 MAGNETIC FIELDS AND FORCES
5-8-1 Magnetizable Media
5-8-2 Force on a Current Loop
(b) Magnetization Force Only
6-1 FARADAY'S LAW OF INDUCTION
6-1-1 The Electromotive Force (EMF)
(a) Short Circuited Loop
(c) Reaction Force
6-1-3 Laminations
6-1-4 Betatron
6-1-5 Faraday's Law and Stokes' Theorem
Magnetic Circuits 405
6-2 MAGNETIC CIRCUITS
6-2-1 Self-Inductance
(a) Reluctances in Series
(c) Real Transformers
6-3-1 The Electric Field Transformation
6-3-2 Ohm's Law for Moving Conductors
(a) Imposed Magnetic Field
(b) Self-Excited Generator
(c) Self-Excited ac Operation
(d) Periodic Motor Speed Reversals
6-3-4 Basic Motors and Generators
(a) ac Machines
6-3-5 MHD Machines
6-4-2 The Magnetic Diffusion Equation
6-4-4 The Sinusoidal Steady State (Skin Depth)
6-4-5 Effects of Convection
6-4-6 A Linear Induction Machine
6-4-7 Superconductors
6-5-1 A Single Current Loop
(b) Mechanical Work
6-5-2 Energy and Inductance
6-5-4 Magnetic Energy Density
6-5-5 The Coaxial Cable
(a) External Inductance
6-6 THE ENERGY METHOD FOR FORCES
6-6-1 The Principle of Virtual Work
6-6-2 Circuit Viewpoint
6-6-3 Magnetization Force
7-1 MAXWELL'S EQUATIONS
7-2 CONSERVATION OF ENERGY
7-2-1 Poynting's Theorem
7-2-2 A Lossy Capacitor
7-2-3 Power in Electric Circuits
7-2-4 The Complex Poynting's Theorem
7-3-1 Plane Waves
7-3-2 The Wave Equation
(a) Solutions
(b) Properties
7-3-3 Sources of Plane Waves
7-7-3 Nonuniform Plane Waves
7-8-1 E Field Parallel to the Interface
7-9-1 E Parallel to the Interface
7-9-2 Brewster's Angle of No Reflection
7-9-3 Critical Angle of Transmission
7-9-4 H Field Parallel to the Boundary
7-10 APPLICATIONS TO OPTICS
7-10-4 Light Propagation In Water
(a) Straight Light Pipe
(b) Bent Fibers
waves
8-1-1 The Parallel Plate Transmission Line
8-1-2 General Transmission Line Structures
8-1-5 The Wave Equation
8-2-2 Reflections from Resistive Terminations
(b) Step Voltage
8-2-3 Approach to the dc Steady State
8-2-5 Reflections from Arbitrary Terminations
Sinusoidal Time Variations 595
8-3 SINUSOIDAL TIME VARIATIONS
8-3-2 Lossless Terminations
(a) Short Circuited Line
8-3-4 Effects of Line Losses
(a) Distributed Circuit Approach
8-4-1 The Generalized Reflection Coefficient
8-4-2 Simple Examples
8-4-3 The Smith Chart
8-4-4 Standing Wave Parameters
8-5 STUB TUNING
8-5-2 Single-Stub Matching
8-5-3 Double-Stub Matching
8-6 THE RECTANGULAR WAVEGUIDE
8-6-2 Transverse Magnetic (TM) Modes
8-6-3 Transverse Electric (TE) Modes
8-6-4 Cut-Off
PROBLEMS
9-1 THE RETARDED POTENTIALS
9-1-1 Nonhomogeneous Wave Equations
9-1-2 Solutions to the Wave Equation
9-2 RADIATION FROM POINT DIPOLES
9-2-1 The Electric Dipole
9-2-6 Rayleigh Scattering (orwhy is the sky blue?)
Point Dipole Arrays 681
9-3 POINT DIPOLE ARRAYS
9-3-1 A Simple Two Element Array
(a) Broadside Array
(c) ArbitraryCurrent Phase
9-4 LONG DIPOLE ANTENNAS
SOLUTIONS TO SELECTED PROBLEMS
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Electromagnetic Field Theory

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A problem aproach to the study of electromagnetic fields
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