Introduction to Electromagnetic Engineering
by Roger F. Harrington
Publisher: McGraw-Hill 1958
Number of pages: 312
Based on circuit theory rather than on classical force-relationship approach, this text uses the theory of electric circuits to provide a system of experiments and introduces a series of field concepts as a logical extension of circuit theory. Appropriate for juniors, seniors, or first-year graduate students.
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