Electromagnetic Fields and Energy
by Hermann A. Haus, James R. Melcher
Publisher: MIT 1998
The text is aimed at an audience that has seen Maxwell's equations in integral or differential form (second-term Freshman Physics) and had some exposure to integral theorems and differential operators (second term Freshman Calculus). The first two chapters and supporting problems and appendices are a review of this material.
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