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Electromagnetic Wave Theory
by Jin Au Kong

Electromagnetic Wave Theory
By Jin Au Kong


Publisher: Wiley-Interscience
Number Of Pages: 718
Publication Date: 1990-10
ISBN-10 / ASIN: 0471522147
ISBN-13 / EAN: 9780471522140
Binding: Hardcover

This book presents a unified macroscopic theory of electromagnetic waves. It covers a wide range of topics, including those which are standard in many engineering electromagnetics textbooks and some which are unique to this one. For example, standard fare includes transmission line theory, time harmonic fields, reflection and transmission at a boundary, guidance, and resonance. In addition, Kong also covers EM waves in media - isotropic, anisotropic, bianisotropic, plasma - and the kDB system which is something unique. Kong also goes into advanced topics such as dyadic Green’s functions, light guidance in fiber optics, and special relativity. A great deal of emphasis is placed on the fundamental importance of the wave vector k in electromagnetic wave theory by Kong. This is the central theme of the text - if you understand k, then you can understand the behavior of the wave.

This text is mainly used for two graduate courses in electromagnetic wave theory at MIT. Essentially the text is a copy of the lecture notes. As a graduate level text, it has a great deal of mathematics. However, the author usually shows enough steps so that the student can follow. Anyhow, the math is tedious but not overly complex, except for a few horrid sections. The notation used throughout the book is not very consistent. For example, coordinates are switched and use of j is replaced with -i. All in all, however, the text is very good. There is flow and reason from section to section and chapter to chapter. Equations are explained reasonably well. Some of the more advanced sections can be hard to get through though. There definitely needs to be more explanation in some sections like the guidance and resonance sections. Be warned though - this textbook is definitely a work in progress. Kong continuously adds new material to every edition, since he’ll still be fine-tuning his course material. One can definitely use this text as their first encounter with electromagnetic wave theory. However, exposing yourself to E&M with a text like Griffiths’ Electrodynamics would be tremendously helpful as an introduction.

If one has the chance, one should definitely take a course with Professor Kong. He is a god of E&M. And his lectures are an experience you should definitely have - they’re great!
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aurora001  士官⑥  发表于 2008-12-22 22:47:36  | 显示全部楼层
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雖然年代久遠

但是本好書!

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drjiachen  版主  发表于 2008-12-24 10:13:18  | 显示全部楼层
Chapter 1. FUNDAMENTALS
1.1 Maxwell Equations in Free Space
A. Spatial Frequency k
B. Vector Analysis and Boundary Conditions
1.2 Polarization
Topic 1.2A Stokes Parameters and Poincare Sphere
1.3 Lorentz Force Law
A. Poyntings Theorem and Poyntings Vector
B. Momentum Conservation Theorem
1.4 Hertzian Waves
Topic 1.4A Electric Field Pattern
1.5 Waves in Media
A. Wave Vector
B. Waves in Conducting Media
C. Waves in Plasma Media
D. Waves in Uniaxial Media
1.6 Wave Reflections
1.7 Wave Guidance
A. Guidance by Conducting Parallel Plates
B. Guidance by Rectangular Waveguides
C. Rectangular Cavity Resonators
1.8 Constitutive Relations
A. Anisotropic and Bianisotropic Media
Topic 1.8A Constitutive Matrices
1.9 Boundary Conditions
Topic 1.9A Derivation of Boundary Conditions
Topic 1.9B Boundary Conditions for Moving Boundaries
Answers
Chapter 2. TRANSMISSION LINES
2.1 Transmission Line Theory
A. Wave Equations and Wave Solutions
B. Poyntings Theorem
Topic 2.1A Circuit Theory
2.2 Transients on Transmission Lines
2.3 Sinusoidal Steady State Transmission Lines
A. Reflection from a Terminated Transmission Line
B. Input Impedance
C. Generalized Reflection Coefficient
Topic 2.3A Smith Chart
2.4 Lumped Element Transmission Lines
2.5 Normal modes on Transmission Lines
A. Normal Modes and Natural Frequencies
B. Initial Value Problem
2.6 Transmission Line Modeling
A. Modeling Reflection and Transmission
B. Modeling Antenna Radiation
Topic 2.6A Pattern Multiplication Technique
C. Modeling Radiation by Current Sheets
Topic 2.6B Equivalence Principle
Answers
Chapter 3. PROPAGATION AND GUIDANCE
3.1 Time-Harmonic Fields
A. Maxwell Equations for Time-Harmonic Fields
B. Constitutive Relations and Dispersive Media
C. Time-Average Poynting Power Vector
Topic 3.1A Symmetry Conditions for Lossless Media
3.2 Plane Wave Solutions
A. Phase and Group Velocities
B. Penetration Depth in Lossy Media
C. Evanescent Waves in Lossless Media
3.3 Waves in Media and the kDB System
A. kDB System
B. Maxwell Equations in kDB System
C. Plane Waves in Uniaxial Media
Topic 3.3A Plane Waves in Gyrotropic Media
Topic 3.3B Plane Waves in Bianisotropic Media
Topic 3.3C Plane Waves in Nonlinear Media
3.4 Reflection and Transmission
A. Phase Matching
B. Reflection and Transmission at a Plane
Boundary
C. Reflection and Transmission by a Layered
Medium
3.5 Guidance
A. Guidance by Conducting Parallel Plates
B. Guided Waves in a Slab Dielectric Waveguide
C. Guided Waves in Layered Media
D. Cylindrical Rectangular Waveguides
E. Cylindrical Circular Waveguides
3.6 Resonance
A. Rectangular Cavity Resonator
B. Circular Cavity Resonator
C. Spherical Cavity Resonator
Topic 3.6A Cavity Perturbation
Answers
Chapter 4. RADIATION
4.1 Cerenkov Radiation
4.2 Greens Functions
A. Dyadic Greens Functions
B. Radiation Field Approximation
4.3 Hertzian Dipoles
A. Hertzian Electric Dipole
B. Hertzian Magnetic Dipole and Small Loop
Antenna
4.4 Linear Dipole Arrays
A. Uniform Array Antenna with Progressive Phase Shift
B. Array Antennas with Nonuniform Current Distributions
C. Dolph-Chebyshev Arrays
D. Array Pattern Synthesis
4.5 Linear Antennas
4.6 Biconical Antennas
A. Formulation and Wave Solutions
B. Solution in the Air Region and Dipole Fields
C. Solution in the Antenna Region
D. Transmission Line Model
E. Formal Solution of the Biconical Antenna Problem
4.7 Dipole Antennas in Layered Media
A. Integral Formulation
B. Contour Integration Methods
Topic 4.7A Dipole on a Two-Layer Medium
Answers
Chapter 5. THEOREMS OF WAVES AND MEDIA
5.1 Equivalence Principle
A. Electric and Magnetic Dipole Sources
B. Image Sources
C. Electric and Magnetic Current Sheets
D. Impressed and Induced Current Sheets
Topic 5.1A Uniqueness Theorem
Topic 5.1B Duality and Complementarity
Topic 5.1C Mathematical Formulations of Huygens Principle
Topic 5.1D Fresnel and Fraunhofer Diffraction
5.2 Reaction and Reciprocity
A. Reaction
B. Reciprocity
C. Reciprocity Conditions
D. Modified Reciprocity Theorem
Topic 5.2A Stationary Formulas and Rayleigh-Ritz Procedure
Topic 5.2B Method of Moments
5.3 Quasi-Static Limits
5.4 Geometrical Optics Limit
5.5 Paraxial Limit
Topic 5.5A Gaussian Beam
5.6 Quantization of Electromagnetic Waves
A. Uncertainty Principle
B. Annihilation and Creation Operators
C. Wave Quantization in Bianisotropic Media
Answers
Chapter 6. SCATTERING
6.1 Scattering by Spheres
A. Rayleigh Scattering
B. Mie Scattering
6.2 Scattering by a Conducting Cylinder
A. Exact Solution
B. Watson Transformation
C. Creeping Waves
6.3 Scattering by Periodic Rough Surfaces
A. Scattering by Periodic Corrugated Conducting Surfaces
B. Scattering by Periodic Dielectric Surfaces
6.4 Scattering by Random Rough Surfaces
A. Kirchhoff Approximation
B. Geometrical Optics Solution
C. Small Perturbation Method
6.5 Scattering by Periodic Media
A. First-Order Coupled-Mode Equations
B. Reflection and Transmission by Periodically-Modulated Slab
C. Far-Field Diffraction of a Gaussian Beam
6.6 Scattering by Random Media
A. Dyadic Greens Function for Layered Media
B. Scattering by a Half-Space Random Medium
6.7 Effective Permittivity for a Volume Scattering Medium
A. Random Discrete Scatterers
B. Effective Permittivity for a Continuous Random Medium
Answers
Chapter 7. ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE THEORY
AND SPECIAL RELATIVITY
7.1 Maxwell-Minkowski Theory
Topic 7.1A Amperian Formulation
Topic 7.lB Boffi Formulation
Topic 7.1C Chu Formulation
7.2 Lorentz Transformation
Topic 7.2A Derivation of Electromagnetic Field Transformation
Topic 7.2B Lorentz Invariants
Topic 7.2C Electromagnetic Field Classification
Topic 7.2D Transformation of Frequency and Wave Vector
Topic 7.2E Aberration Effect
Topic 7.2F Doppler Effect
7.3 Waves in Moving Media
A. Transformation of Constitutive Relations
Topic 7.3A Plane Waves in Moving Uniaxial Media
Topic 7.3B Phase Matching at Moving Boundaries
Topic 7.3C Force on a Moving Dielectric Half-space
Topic 7.3D Guided Waves in a Moving Dielectric Slab
Topic 7.3E Guided Waves in Moving Gyrotropic Media
7.4 Maxwell Equations in Tensor Form
Topic 7.4A Contravariant and Covariant Vectors
Topic 7.4B Field Tensor and Excitation Tensor
Topic 7.4C Constitutive Relations in Tensor Form
7.5 Hamiltons Principle and Noethers Theorem
A. Action Integral
B. Hamiltons Principle and Maxwell Equations
C. Noethers Theorem and Energy Momentum Tensors
Answers
REFERENCES
INDEX
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