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Concepts of Electromagnetic Theory is a useful resource on the electromagnetic theory for undergraduate students of science and various technical streams. The book covers a wide range of topics, viz., electrical field and potential, electrostatic boundary value problem, electrostatic field in dielectric medium, magnetostatics, magnetic fields in matter, Maxwell's equations, electromagnetic waves, polarization of electromagnetic waves and optical fibre. Understanding of electromagnetic theory is also required in the electromagnetic braking, coffee ring effect, Faraday's cage and communication systems.
Difficult mathematical steps have been simplified by including all the steps of calculation, using easy and comprehensible formulae and equations. Figures and illustrations are included to make the understanding of concepts, notations and representation easy and simple.
K. Mamta :- is Associate Professor, Department of Applied Physics, CIT, Ranchi. She holds her PhD from Ranchi University and is a recipient of post-doctoral fellowship at Italy, funded by the European Commission, has over 15 years of teaching experience and has contributed several papers to various national and international journals. Her chief research interest lies in the field of radiating structures using numerical methods, computation and virtual lab simulations.J.N. Prasad :- retired from Ranchi University as Professor of Physics. He obtained his Master of Science degree in Physics and PhD degree from Memorial University, Newfoundland, Canada. He has teaching experience of around 40 years in undergraduate and postgraduate classes. His research interests are in the areas of condensed matter physics and rock magnetism. He has to his credit several research papers published in various national and international journals of repute and has been the supervisor of several candidates for their PhD degree in Ranchi University.Raj Kumar Singh :- is Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, Ranchi University, Ranchi. He has been teaching Physics for over 12 years at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels and has contributed several papers to various national and international journals. He obtained PhD degree from Ranchi University and has been an Erasmus Mundus Post-Doctoral fellow at Politecnico di Torino, Italy. His research interests are in the field of spin polarization, spin memory and devices, electromagnetic radiating structures using numerical methods, computation and virtual lab simulations.