Integral methods in lowfrequency electromagnetics
 Responsibility
 I. Doležel, P. Karban, P. Šolin.
 Language
 English.
 Imprint
 Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, c2009.
 Physical description
 xxvii, 388 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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QC665 .E4 D65 2009  Unknown 
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Creators/Contributors
 Author/Creator
 Doležel, Ivo.
 Contributor
 Šolin, Pavel.
 Karban, P. (Pavel), 1979
Contents/Summary
 Bibliography
 Includes bibliographical references (p. 375383) and index.
 Contents

 List of Figures. List of Tables. Preface. Acknowledgments. 1 Electromagnetic Field and their Basic Characteristics. 1.1 Fundamentals. 1.2 Potentials. 1.3 Mathematical models of electromagnetic fields. 1.4 Energy and forces in electromagnetic fields. 1.5 Power balance in electromagnetic fields. 2 Overview of Solution Methods. 2.1 Continuous models in electromagnetism. 2.2 Methods of solution of the continuous models. 2.3 Classification of the analytical methods. 2.4 Numerical methods and their classification. 2.5 Differential methods. 2.6 Finite element method. 2.7 Integral and integrodifferential methods. 2.8 Important mathematical aspects of numerical methods. 2.9 Numerical schemes for parabolic equations. 3 Solution of Electromagnetic Fields by Integral Expressions. 3.1 Introduction. 3.2 1D integration area. 3.3 2D integration area. 3.4 Forces acting in the system of long massive conductors. 3.5 3D integration area. 4 Integral and Integrodifferential Methods. 4.1 Integral versus differential models. 4.2 Theoretical foundations. 4.3 Static and harmonic problems in one dimension. 4.4 Static and harmonic problems in two dimensions. 4.5 Static problems in three dimensions. 4.6 Timedependent eddy current problems in one dimension and two dimensions. 4.7 Static and 2D eddy current problems with motion. 5 Indirect Solution of Electromagnetic Fields by the Boundary Element Method. 5.1 Introduction. 5.2 BEMbased solution of differential equations. 5.3 Problems with 1D integration area. 6 Integral Equations in Solution of Selected Coupled Problems. 6.1 Continual induction heating of nonferrous cylindrical bodies. 6.2 Induction heating of a long nonmagnetic cylindrical billet rotating in uniform magnetic field. 6.3 Pulsed Induction Accelerator. 7 Numerical Methods for Integral Equations. 7.1 Introduction. 7.2 Collocation methods. 7.3 Galerkin methods. 7.4 Numerical example. Appendix A: Basic Mathematical Tools. A.1 Vectors, matrices, systems of linear equations. A.2 Vector analysis. Appendix B: Special Functions. B.1 Bessel functions. B.2 Elliptic integrals. B.3 Special polynomials. Appendix C: Integration Techniques. C.1 Analytical calculations of some integrals over typical elements. C.2 Techniques of numerical integration. References. Topic Index.
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 Publisher's Summary
 This book is a modern presentation of integral methods in lowfrequency electromagnetics. It provides stateoftheart knowledge on integral methods in lowfrequency electromagnetics. Blending theory with numerous examples, it introduces key aspects of the integral methods used in engineering as a powerful alternative to PDEbased models. Readers will get complete coverage of: the electromagnetic field and its basic characteristics; an overview of solution methods; solutions of electromagnetic fields by integral expressions; integral and integrodifferential methods; indirect solutions of electromagnetic fields by the boundary element method; integral equations in the solution of selected coupled problems; and, numerical methods for integral equations. All computations presented in the book are done by means of the authors' own codes, and a significant amount of their own results is included. At the book's end, they also discuss novel integral techniques of a higher order of accuracy, which are representative of the future of this rapidly advancing field. "Integral Methods in LowFrequency Electromagnetics" is of immense interest to members of the electrical engineering and applied mathematics communities, ranging from graduate students and PhD candidates to researchers in academia and practitioners in industry.
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 Publication date
 2009
 ISBN
 9780470195505 (cloth)
 0470195509 (cloth)