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Electromagnetism for Electronic Engineers

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Electromagnetism for Electronic Engineers
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788776814656
Number of pages: 158

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Electromagnetism is fundamental to the whole of electrical and electronic engineering. It provides the basis for understanding the uses of electricity and for the design of the whole spectrum of devices from the largest turbo-alternators to the smallest microcircuits. This book starts with conventional sequence of presentation, beginning with electrostatics, then moving to current electricity, the magnetic effects of currents, electromagnetic induction and electromagnetic waves.

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