This section contains free e-books and guides on ElectroDynamics, some of the resources in this section can be viewed online and some of them can be downloaded.
Advanced ElectrodynamicsPieter KokPDF
| 86 Pages
This book covers the following topics:
Vector Calculus and Field Theories, Maxwell’s Equations and the Lorentz Force,
Scalar and Vector Potentials, Solving Maxwell’s Equations: Electromagnetic
Waves, Energy and Momentum of Electromagnetic Fields, Radiation Sources and
Antennas, Electrodynamics in Macroscopic Media, Surfaces, Wave Guides and
Cavities and Relativistic formulation of electrodynamics.
Electrodynamics by Dr Bogdan HnatDr Bogdan HnatOnline
| NA Pages
This lecture note covers the
following topics: Electromagnetic potentials, Single particle motion, Plasma
state of matter, Electromagnetic waves in media, Maxwell’s equations in terms of
potentials, Gauge theory, Maxwell’s equations and relativity.
Lecture notes on Electrodynamics by J.E. AvronJ.E. AvronPDF
| 169 Pages
This book covers
the following topics: Tensor calculus, Minkowski space-time, The electromagnetic
tensor, Variational principle, Maxwell Equations, Conservation laws and the
Stress-Energy tensor, Poisson equation, Cloaking, Electromagnetic waves,
Radiation and Radiation reaction.
Classical Electrodynamics Part IIRobert
| 357 Pages
This set of lecture notes is designed to be used to teach graduate
students in classical electrodynamics. It covers the following topics in detail:
Mathematical Physics, Non Relativistic Electrodynamics and Relativistic
Lecture Notes on ElectrodynamicsProf. Amol DigheOnline
| NA Pages
note is a one semester advanced note on Electrodynamics at the M.Sc.
Level. It will start by revising the behaviour of electric and magnetic fields,
in vacuum as well as matter, and casting it in the language of scalar and vector
Classical Electrodynamics And Theory Of Relativity (pdf 163p)Sharipov R. APDF
| 163 Pages
This note covers the following topics: Electrostatics
and Magnetostatics, Classical Electrodynamics, Special Theory Of Relativity,
Lagrangian Formalism In Theory Of Relativity and General Theory Of Relativity.
Electrodynamics Dr. M. J. Perry [PDF 39p]Dr. M. J. PerryPDF
| 39 Pages
This note covers the
following topics: Point of departure, Relativistic Electromagnetism, Energy - Momentum Tensor,
Solving Maxwell’s Equations and Quantum mechanical effects.
Materials for Electro DynamicsmseviorOnline
| NA Pages
note tries to develop a unified approach to the solution of problems in
electrostatics, magnetostatics and electromagnetism. It introduces new concepts,
such as Gauge Invariance and Special Relativity, in electrodynamics. Covered
topics are: Potentials, Electromagentic Waves, Classical Optics from Maxwell's
Equations, Boundary value problems, Radiation and Antenna's, Relativity and
| NA Pages
lecture note covers the following topics:
Helmholtz Theorem, Displacement Current and Maxwell's Equations,
Green's function for the wave equation, Conservation laws, Monopoles, General
Solution to Wave Equation, TIR reflections, Frequency Dependent Dielectrics,
Introduction to Wave Guides, Power Transmission, Optical Wave Guides, Spherical
Radiation, Multipoles, Special Relativity.
|Course in Electrodynamics|
Solutions to Problems of Jackson's Classical ElectrodynamicsKasper
| 63 Pages
This book is a collection of answers to problems from a graduate course
in electrodynamics. It covers the following topics: Introduction to
Electrostatics, Boundary-Value Problems in Electrostatics, Waveguides, Resonant
Cavities and Optical Fibers, Scattering and Diffraction, Special Theory of
A Course in Graduate ElectrodynamicsMark
| NA Pages
lecture note covers the following topics: Introduction to
Electrostatics, Boundary-value Problems in Electrostatics, Multipoles,
Macroscopic Media, Dielectrics, Static and Stationary Magnetic
Fields,Maxwell's Equations, Plane Waves and Wave Propagation, Special Theory
of Relativity, Particle and Field Dynamics, Waveguides and Cavities.
| 117 Pages
This note covers the following topics: The static limit, Electrodynamics, Macroscopic electrodynamics and