Best Reference Books – Advance Electromagnetic Engineering

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We have compiled a list of Best Reference Books on Advance Electromagnetic Engineering Subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges.

Here is the full list of best reference books on Advance Electromagnetic Engineering.

We have put a lot of effort into researching the best books for reference on this subject and came out with a recommended list of best books. The table below contains a review of these books and links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

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1. “Human Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields: 6 (Advances in Electrical and Electronic Engineering)” by Dragan Poljak

“Human Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields: 6 (Advances in Electrical and Electronic Engineering)” Book Review: This book is helpful for students in the field of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. It contains a lot of information about how electromagnetic fields impact human health. It provides information that is involved in the field of computational bio electro magnetics. It contains comprehensive texts on how humans interact with electromagnetic fields all around.

2. “Mechanics of Electromagnetic Solids (Advances in Mechanics and Mathematics)” by J S Yang and Gérard A Maugin

“Mechanics of Electromagnetic Solids (Advances in Mechanics and Mathematics)” Book Review: This book is helpful for students of electronic and electrical backgrounds who are also into mechanics and mathematics. It contains a lot of applications for many fields of engineering as well – Nuclear engineering, Smart materials and structures. It also helps researchers in this interdisciplinary field with diverse backgrounds. It contains papers presented at the symposium, and also includes many articles.

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3. “Recent Advances in Electromagnetic Theory” by H N Kritikos and Dwight L Jaggard

“Recent Advances in Electromagnetic Theory” Book Review: This book is a small sample of the work of various researchers in the field of electromagnet theory. It covers many subjects and a variety of topics like relativistic plasma and periodic media. It makes sure to include a lot of fundamental knowledge that can help beginners understand the topic. It solves problems in a combination of fundamental physical and mathematics and its principles. It relates all topics to electromagnetic theory.

4. “High–Frequency Electromagnetic Techniques: Recent Advances and Applications (Wiley Series in Microwave and Optical Engineering)” by Asoke K Bhattacharyya

“High–Frequency Electromagnetic Techniques: Recent Advances and Applications (Wiley Series in Microwave and Optical Engineering)” Book Review: This book is designed to help professionals as well as graduates. It helps people find fast and accurate solutions to design analysis problems. It contains a lot of information and designs on analysis of near and far field patterns of horns, various reflector systems and also slot antennas. It also has formulations wherever applicable. It has chapters on terrain propagation modeling and the prediction of the effects of terrain geometry and properties on EM wave propagation.

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5. “Electromagnetic Field Interaction with Transmission Lines: From Classical Theory to HF Radiation Effects: 5 (Advances in Electrical Engineering and Electromagnetics)” by Sergei Tkachenko and Farhad Rachidi

“Electromagnetic Field Interaction with Transmission Lines: From Classical Theory to HF Radiation Effects: 5 (Advances in Electrical Engineering and Electromagnetics)” Book Review: This book is helpful to students and professionals under the subject of electromagnetic field, specifically, their interaction with transmission lines. It contains information on the evaluation of electromagnetic field coupling to transmission lines. It incorporates high frequency radiation effects and TL equations. The book first contains information on the classical transmission line theory and field to transmission line coupling models. It then presents different approaches to generalize the TL Theory incorporating high frequencies.

6. “Boundary Element Methods for Electrical Engineers: 4 (Advances in Electrical Engineering and Electromagnetics)” by Dragan Poljak and C A Brebbia

“Boundary Element Methods for Electrical Engineers: 4 (Advances in Electrical Engineering and Electromagnetics)” Book Review: This book mainly talks about BEM in a simple manner, to help novices in the subject. All the very basic principles of BEM are described in detail. It contains derivations related to BEM and its basics. It then builds on the basics to formulate the advanced aspects. It contains a lot of derivations and formulas related to electromagnetic applications. The book is very helpful for both undergraduate and graduate students studying BEM fundamentals. It contains complex problems that also help professionals in electrical engineering.

7. “Electrical Engineering and Electromagnetics: International Conference 6th” by C A Brebbia and Dragan Poljak

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“Electrical Engineering and Electromagnetics: International Conference 6th” Book Review: This book is very helpful to researchers and professionals in the domain of electromagnetics. It contains papers presented at international conferences. It contains a broad range of computational methods. It teaches the readers about applications of electrical machines, microwave applications, electromagnetic compatibility, etc. It also contains recent developments in the electromagnetic field.

8. “Electromagnetic Modeling of Wire Antenna Structures” by Dragan Poljak

“Electromagnetic Modeling of Wire Antenna Structures” Book Review: This book deals with the theoretical and numerical aspects of wire antenna structures. It has a thorough background on the topics as well as many practice problems. It also has solutions to many EMC problems. It also contains a CD that has the TAWS software that is helpful to all the readers and students in this field.

9. “Computational Electromagnetics: Recent Advances and Engineering Applications” by Raj Mittra

“Computational Electromagnetics: Recent Advances and Engineering Applications” Book Review: This book contains all the new and advanced information on Computational Electromagnetics. This book not only covers numerical techniques, but also various new algorithms to solve traditional EM problems. The book also contains applications of the algorithms. It also contains solutions for problems that can not be solved using the existing techniques, and uses recent advances and technology. It explains and uses parallel architectures, and time efficient methods by using modern algorithms.

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10. “Numerical Techniques in Electromagnetics with MATLAB” Matthew N O Sadiku

“Numerical Techniques in Electromagnetics with MATLAB” Book Review: This book acts as a reference for engineers, researchers, and students. It contains the various uses of numerical techniques while also including the recent advancements and improvements in this field. It includes important methods such as finite difference time domain method, finite element, and transmission line matrix methods. There is also a chapter on method of lines.

People who are searching for Free downloads of books and free pdf copies of these books – “Human Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields: 6 (Advances in Electrical and Electronic Engineering)” by Dragan Poljak, “Mechanics of Electromagnetic Solids (Advances in Mechanics and Mathematics)” by J S Yang and Gérard A Maugin, “Recent Advances in Electromagnetic Theory” by H N Kritikos and Dwight L Jaggard, “High–Frequency Electromagnetic Techniques: Recent Advances and Applications (Wiley Series in Microwave and Optical Engineering)” by Asoke K Bhattacharyya, “Electromagnetic Field Interaction with Transmission Lines: From Classical Theory to HF Radiation Effects: 5 (Advances in Electrical Engineering and Electromagnetics)” by Sergei Tkachenko and Farhad Rachidi, “Boundary Element Methods for Electrical Engineers: 4 (Advances in Electrical Engineering and Electromagnetics)” by Dragan Poljak and C A Brebbia, “Electrical Engineering and Electromagnetics: International Conference 6th” by C A Brebbia and Dragan Poljak, “Electromagnetic Modeling of Wire Antenna Structures” by Dragan Poljak, “Computational Electromagnetics: Recent Advances and Engineering Applications” by Raj Mittra, “Numerical Techniques in Electromagnetics with MATLAB” Matthew N O Sadiku – we would like to mention that we don’t have free downloadable pdf copies of these good books and one should look for free pdf copies from these Authors only if they have explicitly made it free to download and read them.

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