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Tutorial on Maxwell's Equations: Part 1

Authored on: Jan 2, 2013 by Kenneth Puglia

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James Clerk Maxwell (1831-1879), a Scottish physicist and mathematician, produced a mathematically and scientifically definitive work which unified the subjects of electricity and magnetism and established the foundation for the study of electromagnetics. Part 1 addresses vector calculus as applied to electro-magnetics.
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itctrans Posted Mar 2, 2013

Hi I appreciates vermuch. When we have to epectet Nr. 2,3,4,5,.....? T nicolo

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Wittelsbach Posted Mar 6, 2013

Thank you. Part 2 is now available.

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AMrtnz Posted Mar 7, 2013

Wonderful tutorial and reference source. Good and short twice good . Thank you very much.

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NukeProtect Posted Mar 20, 2013

This is great! Thank you. I hope to find part 2 as well.

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Cyrus001 Posted Apr 10, 2013

Regarding your section "Author's Note", I took field theory in college in the late 60's as a EE major. Though I somehow managed an A in both semester I would have to say your experience matches mine to a T. I think this is probably because the time interval over which the material is covered does not allow one to "get into the groove" as to what is really happening. In the end it's just an attempt to memorize a jumble of equations and anticipate that actual circuit design and analysis will not really require an understanding of EM theory.

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planetes22 Posted Jan 29, 2014

thank .

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