Finite-element Methods for Electromagnetics
by Stanley Humphries
Number of pages: 329
Covers a broad range of practical applications involving electric and magnetic fields. The text emphasizes finite- element techniques to solve real-world problems in research and industry. After introducing numerical methods with a thorough treatment of electrostatics, the book moves in a structured sequence to advanced topics. These include magnetostatics with non-linear materials, permanent magnet devices, RF heating, eddy current analysis, electromagnetic pulses, microwave structures, and wave scattering.
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