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Download Introduction to Electromagnetic Fields [With *] - R. Paul, Syed A. Nasar
Introduction to Electromagnetic Fields [With *]

This new edition introduces students to electromagnetism and provides balanced coverage of both static and dynamic fields. It is also the first text to intergrate computer visualization (Mathcad) and computation throughout the text.

Author: R. Paul, Syed A. Nasar
Pages: 758 pages
Format: PDF
Size: 35.67 Mb
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