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So the main focus of this book is purportedly EMC, but I find that it really is more of a general electromagnetics book than one dedicated to EMC. I actually find that I reach for this book more often than my other electromagnetics books when I have a question that I need answered, since it seems to have the working engineer in mind instead of those just learning electromagnetics for the first time (ie less focus solving various wave equations and more emphasis getting the job done). However, the portions which are dedicated to EMC are still very good.
In general the order of information that is presented is very good. Seldom does he introduce material in an order that requires you to look a few chapters ahead. It is a very organized approach which leads up to the last chapter which is dedicated to EMC design and issues. For example
he has one chapter (ch.2) dedicated to strictly to EMC requirements in the US, EU, and MIL-STD and how they compare. He then uses this information throughout when discussing techniques used in reducing EM fields when getting a product designed for release.
Another strong point of this book is that he has plenty of examples showing the steps. Also at the end of the chapters he has questions and has an answer for nearly every question.
I cannot recommend this book enough. If you want to learn about EMC, are in anyway developing circuit boards for production, or just want a good practical electromagnetics book, then you will not be disappointed with this purchase.
About the book introduction to electromagnetic compatibility solution manual pdf
presenting detailed solutions to all the problems in the book is available from the Wiley editorial department.
About the Author
CLAYTON R. PAUL, PHD, is Professor and Sam Nunn Chair of Aerospace Systems Engineering, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mercer University. He is also Emeritus Professor of Electrical Engineering at the University of Kentucky, where he served on the fac-ulty for twenty-seven years. Dr. Paul is the author of twelve textbooks in electrical engineering, has contributed numerous chapters to engineering handbooks and reference texts, and has published numerous technical papers in scientific journals and symposia. He is a Fellow of the IEEE and a Honorary Life Member of the IEEE EMC Society.