Classical Electromagnetism: A Graduate Course
by Richard Fitzpatrick
Publisher: The University of Texas at Austin 1996
The basic aim of the text is to cover some material which is usually inadequately treated or omitted altogether in undergraduate courses. The author concentrates on three main topics: 1. The relativistically invariant formulation of the laws of electromagnetism; 2. The effect of dielectric and magnetic materials on electric and magnetic fields; 3. The generation, propagation, and scattering of electromagnetic waves.
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by Roy McWeeny - Learning Development Institute
Contents: Charges at rest: Electrostatics; Electric currents; Magnetism; Getting it all together: Maxwell's equations; Dynamos, motors, and electric power; Waves that travel through empty space; More on electric circuits - making the waves.
by Andrzej Wolski - arXiv
We discuss electromagnetic fields, with an emphasis on aspects relevant to radiofrequency systems in particle accelerators. We review Maxwell's equations and show that there are solutions representing the propagation of electromagnetic waves.
by David Tong - University of Cambridge
These lecture notes provide a comprehensive introduction to Electromagnetism, aimed at undergraduates. The notes assume a familiarity with Newtonian mechanics and special relativity. They also assume a knowledge of vector calculus.
by Paul W. Gross, P. Robert Kotiuga - Cambridge University Press
This book explores the connection between algebraic structures in topology and computational methods for electric and magnetic field computation. It will be of interest to researchers working in finite element methods for electromagnetic computation.