Electromagnetic Fields question

Discussion in 'Physics' started by krow, May 23, 2011.

  1. krow

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    Hi everyone,

    Does anyone know of an E.M book with problems solved? something like E.M for dummies? I'm struggling with this course but it's something compulsory in my degree, I need to pass the my exam which is coming soon, thanks.
     
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  4. epsilonjon

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    The book "University Physics" by Young & Freedman is the book used for the 1st year EM module at my university and it is all quite nicely explained. There are also tons of problems at the end of each chapter.

    At a slightly higher level, "Introduction to Electrodymanics" by David Griffiths is pretty good.
     
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  7. lopoditi

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    the Physics books by Tipler are good

    I think there are like 3 volumes
     
  8. soundman

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    Someone posted these links a while back to lectures on this subject. In the videos he explains some of the math and performs some simple experiments that illistrate the concepts.
    I'm not sure what level you're at, but some of these lectures can help you sort things out a little and maybe enhance you're understanding of the math.
    http://forum.allaboutcircuits.com/showthread.php?p=346776#post346776
     
  9. whale

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    Engineering electromagnetics. By william h. Hayt. John a buck.
     
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