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Table of Contents
                            Table of Contents.pdf
Chapter 01 Vector Analysis.pdf
Chapter 02 Electrostatics.pdf
Chapter 03 Magnetostatics.pdf
Chapter 04 Maxwell's Equations.pdf
Chapter 05 Plane Waves.pdf
Chapter 06 Transmission Lines.pdf
Chapter 07 Waveguides.pdf
Chapter 08 Cavity Resonators.pdf
Chapter 09 Antennas.pdf
Chapter 10 Review Problems.pdf
                        
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Page 1

2008+
Solved Problems in
Electromagnetics

Syed A. Nasar
9 7 8 1 8 9 1 1 2 1 4 6 3

ISBN 189112146-4
ISBN 13: 9781891121463

SciTech Publishing, Inc.
Raleigh, NC

www.scitechpub.com

2008+ Solved Problems
in Electromagnetics
by Syed A. Nasar

About the book

SciTech Publishing is reissuing this extremely
valuable learning resource, originally published
in 1992 in the Schaum’s Problem-Solving Series
for students of electromagnetics and those who
wish to refresh and solidify their understanding
of its challenging applications. Problem-solving
drills help develop confidence, but few
textbooks offer the answers – never mind the
complete solutions – to their chapter exercises.
Here, noted author Professor Syed Nasar has
divided the book’s problems into topic areas
similar to a textbook and presented a wide
array of problems, followed immediately by
their solutions.

– Learn the best strategies for solving tough
problems in step-by-step detail

– Prepare effectively for exams
– Use the Index to quickly locate the type of

problems you need to review
– Save and use again for refresher
– Instructors: this is a great source for extra

homework, quizzes, and exams!

Contents

Vector Analysis, Electrostatics, Magnetostatics,
Maxwell’s Equations, Plane Waves, Transmission
Lines, Waveguides, Cavity Resonators,
Antennas, Review Problems

Also of interest from sCiteCh Publishing:

› Fundamentals of Electromagnetics with MATLAB®,
2nd Edition, by Karl Lonngren, Sava Savov, Randy Jost

Employing the power of MATLAB as both a
visualization and a problem-solving tool, this book
teaches electromagnetics in a much more engaging
manner than traditional textbooks.
(ISBN13: 9781891121588)

› Antenna Design and Visualization Using MATLAB®,
by Atef Elsherbeni and Matthew Inman

This software program comes with a 110-page User
Guide in a PDF file. It helps students and engineers
in antenna design see the changes resulting from
alterations to the parameters of design specifications.
The authors’ website provides free upgrades and help
to all who purchase and register the product.
(ISBN13: 9781891121395)

› Electronic Applications of the Smith Chart,
by Phillip Smith

The legendary Smith chart inventor’s classic reference
book describes how the chart is used for designing
lumped element and transmission line circuits. It
provides tutorial material on transmission line
theory and behavior, circuit representation on the
chart, matching networks, network transformations
and broadband matching. It also includes a new
chapter with examples designs and description of the
winSMITH software accessory.
(ISBN13: 9781884932397)

2008+ Solved Problem
s in Electrom

agnetics Syed
A

. N
asar

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2008+
Solved Problems in

ELECTROMAGNETICS
Syed A. Nasar, Ph.D.

Raleigh, North Carolina
www.scitechpub.com

Page 444

2008+
Solved Problems in
Electromagnetics

Syed A. Nasar
9 7 8 1 8 9 1 1 2 1 4 6 3

ISBN 189112146-4
ISBN 13: 9781891121463

SciTech Publishing, Inc.
Raleigh, NC

www.scitechpub.com

2008+ Solved Problems
in Electromagnetics
by Syed A. Nasar

About the book

SciTech Publishing is reissuing this extremely
valuable learning resource, originally published
in 1992 in the Schaum’s Problem-Solving Series
for students of electromagnetics and those who
wish to refresh and solidify their understanding
of its challenging applications. Problem-solving
drills help develop confidence, but few
textbooks offer the answers – never mind the
complete solutions – to their chapter exercises.
Here, noted author Professor Syed Nasar has
divided the book’s problems into topic areas
similar to a textbook and presented a wide
array of problems, followed immediately by
their solutions.

– Learn the best strategies for solving tough
problems in step-by-step detail

– Prepare effectively for exams
– Use the Index to quickly locate the type of

problems you need to review
– Save and use again for refresher
– Instructors: this is a great source for extra

homework, quizzes, and exams!

Contents

Vector Analysis, Electrostatics, Magnetostatics,
Maxwell’s Equations, Plane Waves, Transmission
Lines, Waveguides, Cavity Resonators,
Antennas, Review Problems

Also of interest from sCiteCh Publishing:

› Fundamentals of Electromagnetics with MATLAB®,
2nd Edition, by Karl Lonngren, Sava Savov, Randy Jost

Employing the power of MATLAB as both a
visualization and a problem-solving tool, this book
teaches electromagnetics in a much more engaging
manner than traditional textbooks.
(ISBN13: 9781891121588)

› Antenna Design and Visualization Using MATLAB®,
by Atef Elsherbeni and Matthew Inman

This software program comes with a 110-page User
Guide in a PDF file. It helps students and engineers
in antenna design see the changes resulting from
alterations to the parameters of design specifications.
The authors’ website provides free upgrades and help
to all who purchase and register the product.
(ISBN13: 9781891121395)

› Electronic Applications of the Smith Chart,
by Phillip Smith

The legendary Smith chart inventor’s classic reference
book describes how the chart is used for designing
lumped element and transmission line circuits. It
provides tutorial material on transmission line
theory and behavior, circuit representation on the
chart, matching networks, network transformations
and broadband matching. It also includes a new
chapter with examples designs and description of the
winSMITH software accessory.
(ISBN13: 9781884932397)

2008+ Solved Problem
s in Electrom

agnetics Syed
A

. N
asar

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