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Demystifying electromagnetic equations : a complete explanation of EM Unit Systems and equation transformations, Douglas L. Cohen, (electronic book)
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 In classical Newtonian mechanics, equations and formulas never change form. The same cannot be said about equations and formulas of electromagnetic theory, which often change form when converted from one system of units to another. Douglas Cohen provides exactly what the technical professional needs: a thorough explanation of how to convert electromagnetic equations from one system of units to another
 Language
 eng
 Extent
 1 online resource (ix, 333 p. : ill.)
 Note
 "SPIE digital library."
 Contents

 1. Outline of nonelectromagnetic systems of units  The basic idea of a unit  Fundamental and derived units  Analysis of equations and formulas  Dimensionless parameters  The CGS and MKS mechanical systems of units  The U and N operators  Temperature units  Dimensionless units  Removal of the universal gas constant from the ideal gas law  Removal of the speed of light from relativistic equations  Invariant units, connecting units, and addition of extra dimensions  Simultaneous removal of h, c, and K  References
 2. Units associated with nineteenthcentury electromagnetic theory  Electric fields, magnetic fields, and Coulomb's law  Combined systems of electric and magnetic units  The ESU and EMU systems of units  The D and B fields  The electric and magnetic potentials  The system of practical units  The "ab" and "stat" prefixes  The ESUQ and EMUQ systems of units  The ESUQ and EMUQ connection with the ESU and EMU systems of units  Direct conversion between the ESU and EMU systems of units  The B and H fields at the start of the twentieth century  Electromagnetic concepts used to analyze bulk matter  Appendix 2.A: Magneticfield measurement in the early nineteenth century  Appendix 2.B: Dimensionless vector derivatives
 3. Units associated with twentiethcentury electromagnetic theory  Maxwell's equations  The Gaussian system of units  Rationalization and the HeavisideLorentz system  Gaussian and HeavisideLorentz systems with c = 1 and h = c = 1  Equivalence of the ESU, EMU, and Gaussian systems when c = 1  Rationalized and unrationalized MKS systems  Conversion of equations to and from the unrationalized MKS system  Conversion of equations to and from the rationalized mks system  Evaluation of the rationalized mks system  References  4. Two standard shortcuts used to transform electromagnetic equations  The freeparameter method  Basic equations using the free parameters k0, u, e, and [pi]  Understanding the substitution tables  Using the substitution tables  Problems with the freeparameter method and substitution tables  Appendix: Substitution tables  References  Bibliography  Index
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 9780819442345
 Label
 Demystifying electromagnetic equations : a complete explanation of EM Unit Systems and equation transformations
 Title
 Demystifying electromagnetic equations
 Title remainder
 a complete explanation of EM Unit Systems and equation transformations
 Statement of responsibility
 Douglas L. Cohen
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 In classical Newtonian mechanics, equations and formulas never change form. The same cannot be said about equations and formulas of electromagnetic theory, which often change form when converted from one system of units to another. Douglas Cohen provides exactly what the technical professional needs: a thorough explanation of how to convert electromagnetic equations from one system of units to another
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 Also available in print version.
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 Cohen, Douglas L.
 Dewey number
 530.14/1/0151
 Illustrations
 illustrations
 Index
 index present
 LC call number
 QC670
 LC item number
 .C49 2001e
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 non fiction
 Nature of contents

 dictionaries
 bibliography
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 Society of Photooptical Instrumentation Engineers
 Series statement
 SPIE Press monograph
 Series volume
 106
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 Electromagnetic theory
 Electric units
 Target audience

 adult
 specialized
 Label
 Demystifying electromagnetic equations : a complete explanation of EM Unit Systems and equation transformations, Douglas L. Cohen, (electronic book)
 Note
 "SPIE digital library."
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references (p. 325328) and index
 Color
 black and white
 Contents

 1. Outline of nonelectromagnetic systems of units  The basic idea of a unit  Fundamental and derived units  Analysis of equations and formulas  Dimensionless parameters  The CGS and MKS mechanical systems of units  The U and N operators  Temperature units  Dimensionless units  Removal of the universal gas constant from the ideal gas law  Removal of the speed of light from relativistic equations  Invariant units, connecting units, and addition of extra dimensions  Simultaneous removal of h, c, and K  References
 2. Units associated with nineteenthcentury electromagnetic theory  Electric fields, magnetic fields, and Coulomb's law  Combined systems of electric and magnetic units  The ESU and EMU systems of units  The D and B fields  The electric and magnetic potentials  The system of practical units  The "ab" and "stat" prefixes  The ESUQ and EMUQ systems of units  The ESUQ and EMUQ connection with the ESU and EMU systems of units  Direct conversion between the ESU and EMU systems of units  The B and H fields at the start of the twentieth century  Electromagnetic concepts used to analyze bulk matter  Appendix 2.A: Magneticfield measurement in the early nineteenth century  Appendix 2.B: Dimensionless vector derivatives
 3. Units associated with twentiethcentury electromagnetic theory  Maxwell's equations  The Gaussian system of units  Rationalization and the HeavisideLorentz system  Gaussian and HeavisideLorentz systems with c = 1 and h = c = 1  Equivalence of the ESU, EMU, and Gaussian systems when c = 1  Rationalized and unrationalized MKS systems  Conversion of equations to and from the unrationalized MKS system  Conversion of equations to and from the rationalized mks system  Evaluation of the rationalized mks system  References  4. Two standard shortcuts used to transform electromagnetic equations  The freeparameter method  Basic equations using the free parameters k0, u, e, and [pi]  Understanding the substitution tables  Using the substitution tables  Problems with the freeparameter method and substitution tables  Appendix: Substitution tables  References  Bibliography  Index
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 unknown
 Extent
 1 online resource (ix, 333 p. : ill.)
 File format
 multiple file formats
 Form of item
 electronic
 Isbn
 9780819442345
 Other physical details
 digital file.
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 Demystifying electromagnetic equations : a complete explanation of EM Unit Systems and equation transformations, Douglas L. Cohen, (electronic book)
 Note
 "SPIE digital library."
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references (p. 325328) and index
 Color
 black and white
 Contents

 1. Outline of nonelectromagnetic systems of units  The basic idea of a unit  Fundamental and derived units  Analysis of equations and formulas  Dimensionless parameters  The CGS and MKS mechanical systems of units  The U and N operators  Temperature units  Dimensionless units  Removal of the universal gas constant from the ideal gas law  Removal of the speed of light from relativistic equations  Invariant units, connecting units, and addition of extra dimensions  Simultaneous removal of h, c, and K  References
 2. Units associated with nineteenthcentury electromagnetic theory  Electric fields, magnetic fields, and Coulomb's law  Combined systems of electric and magnetic units  The ESU and EMU systems of units  The D and B fields  The electric and magnetic potentials  The system of practical units  The "ab" and "stat" prefixes  The ESUQ and EMUQ systems of units  The ESUQ and EMUQ connection with the ESU and EMU systems of units  Direct conversion between the ESU and EMU systems of units  The B and H fields at the start of the twentieth century  Electromagnetic concepts used to analyze bulk matter  Appendix 2.A: Magneticfield measurement in the early nineteenth century  Appendix 2.B: Dimensionless vector derivatives
 3. Units associated with twentiethcentury electromagnetic theory  Maxwell's equations  The Gaussian system of units  Rationalization and the HeavisideLorentz system  Gaussian and HeavisideLorentz systems with c = 1 and h = c = 1  Equivalence of the ESU, EMU, and Gaussian systems when c = 1  Rationalized and unrationalized MKS systems  Conversion of equations to and from the unrationalized MKS system  Conversion of equations to and from the rationalized mks system  Evaluation of the rationalized mks system  References  4. Two standard shortcuts used to transform electromagnetic equations  The freeparameter method  Basic equations using the free parameters k0, u, e, and [pi]  Understanding the substitution tables  Using the substitution tables  Problems with the freeparameter method and substitution tables  Appendix: Substitution tables  References  Bibliography  Index
 Dimensions
 unknown
 Extent
 1 online resource (ix, 333 p. : ill.)
 File format
 multiple file formats
 Form of item
 electronic
 Isbn
 9780819442345
 Other physical details
 digital file.
 Reformatting quality
 access
 Reproduction note
 Electronic resource.
 Specific material designation
 remote
 System details
 System requirements: Adobe Acrobat Reader
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