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Author  Title  Accn#  Year  Item Type  Claims 
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Eugene N. Parker 
Conversations on electric and magnetic fields in the cosmos 
025010 
2007 
Book 

2 
Hans C. Ohanian 
Gravitation and spacetime 
024789 
2013 
Book 

3 
Kikuo Cho 
Reconstruction of macroscopic maxwell equations: A single susceptibility theory 
023606 
2010 
Book 

4 
Daniel Fleisch 
Student's guide to Maxwell's equations 
022893 
2008 
Book 

5 
Ulaby, Fawwaz T. 
Fundamentals of applied electromagnetics 
C18197 
2002 
CD/DVD 

6 
Kosyakov, Boris 
Introduction to the classical theory of particles and fields 
021305 
2007 
Book 

7 
Harald J W MullerKirsten 
Electrodynamics : An introduction including quantum effects 
020184 
2004 
Book 

8 
Ulaby, Fawwaz T. 
Fundamentals of applied electromagnetics 
018197 
2002 
Book 

9 
A.Z. Capri 
Introduction to electrodynamics 
017731 
2002 
Book 

10 
Adolf J. Schwab 
Field theory concepts: Electromagnetic fields, Maxwell's equations, Grad, Curl, Div etc.; Finiteelement method, finitedifferen 
003743 
1988 
Book 


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Title  Conversations on electric and magnetic fields in the cosmos 
Author(s)  Eugene N. Parker 
Publication  2007, Princeton University Press, 2007. 
Description  xi, 179p. 
Abstract Note  Todays standard textbooks treat the theoretical structure of electric and magnetic fields, but their emphasis is on electromagnetic radiation and staticelectric and magnetic fields. In this book, Eugene Parker provides advanced graduate students and researchers with a muchneeded complement to existing texts, one that discusses the dynamic electromagnetism of the cosmosthat is, the vast magnetic fields that are carried bodily in the swirling ionized gases of stars and galaxies and throughout intergalactic space.
Parker is arguably the world's leading authority on solar wind and the effects of magnetic fields in the heliosphere, and his originality of thought and distinctive approach to physics are very much in evidence here. Seeking to enrich discussions in standard texts and correct misconceptions about the dynamics of these largescale fields, Parker engages readers in a series of "conversations" that are at times anecdotal and even entertaining without ever sacrificing theoretical rigor. The dynamics he describes represents the Maxwell stresses of the magnetic field working against the pressure and inertia of the bulk motion of ionized gases, characterized in terms of the magnetic field and gas velocity. Parker shows how this dynamic interaction cannot be fully expressed in terms of the electric current and electric field.
Conversations on Electric and Magnetic Fields in the Cosmos goes back to basics to explain why classical hydrodynamics and magnetohydrodynamics are inescapable, even in the deepest reaches of space. 
ISBN,Price  9780691128413 : 4557.00 
Classification  524.85:537.8

Keyword(s)  1. ELECTRIC FIELDS
2. HYDRODYMAMICS
3. MAGNETIC FIELDS
4. MAGNETOHYDRODYNAMICS
5. MAXWELL STRESS TENSOR
6. MAXWELL'S EQUATIONS

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Title  Gravitation and spacetime 
Author(s)  Hans C. Ohanian;Remo Ruffini 
Edition  3rd. 
Publication  Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2013. 
Description  xvi, 528p. 
Abstract Note  The third edition of this classic textbook is a quantitative introduction for advanced undergraduates and graduate students. It gently guides students from Newton's gravitational theory to special relativity, and then to the relativistic theory of gravitation. General relativity is approached from several perspectives: as a theory constructed by analogy with Maxwell's electrodynamics, as a relativistic generalization of Newton's theory, and as a theory of curved spacetime. The authors provide a concise overview of the important concepts and formulas, coupled with the experimental results underpinning the latest research in the field. Numerous exercises in Newtonian gravitational theory and Maxwell's equations help students master essential concepts for advanced work in general relativity, while detailed spacetime diagrams encourage them to think in terms of fourdimensional geometry. Featuring comprehensive reviews of recent experimental and observational data, the text concludes with chapters on cosmology and the physics of the Big Bang and inflation. 
ISBN,Price  9781107012943 : US $75.00(HB) 
Classification  530.12:531.18

Keyword(s)  1. EARLY UNIVERSE
2. GRAVITATIONAL WAVE
3. MAXWELL'S EQUATIONS
4. NEWTONIAN GRAVITY
5. RIEMANNIAN GEOMETRY
6. SPECIAL RELATIVITY

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Title  Student's guide to Maxwell's equations 
Author(s)  Daniel Fleisch 
Publication  Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2008. 
Description  ix, 134p. 
Abstract Note  Gaussâs law for electric fields, Gaussâs law for magnetic fields, Faradayâs law, and the AmpereMaxwell law are four of the most influential equations in science. In this guide for students, each equation is the subject of an entire chapter, with detailed, plainlanguage explanations of the physical meaning of each symbol in the equation, for both the integral and differential forms. The final chapter shows how Maxwellâs equations may be combined to produce the wave equation, the basis for the electromagnetic theory of light. This book is a wonderful resource for undergraduate and graduate courses in electromagnetism and electromagnetics. 
ISBN,Price  9780521701471 : UKP 15.99(PB) 
Classification  537.8

Keyword(s)  1. AMPERE  MAXWELL LAW
2. ELECTROMAGNETIC
3. ELECTROMAGNETISM
4. FARADAY'S LAW
5. GAUSS'S LAW
6. MAXWELL'S EQUATIONS

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Title  Field theory concepts: Electromagnetic fields, Maxwell's equations, Grad, Curl, Div etc.; Finiteelement method, finitedifference method, charge simulation method, Monte Carl's method 
Author(s)  Adolf J. Schwab 
Publication  New York, SpringerVerlag, 1988. 
Description  xvi,218pp. 
Classification  530.145

Keyword(s)  1. ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS
2. FIELD THEORY
3. MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS
4. MAXWELL'S EQUATIONS

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