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Old   April 16, 2007, 11:10
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Hello CFD Users,

I want to know what book is recommended for numerical techniques in Electromagnetics. I already have the book titled, "Classical Electrodynamics" by John David Jackson, but I would like to have a book with a numerical appeal.

Right now I am using the book title "Numerical Techniques in Electromagnetics" by Matthew Sadiku. This is a good book and it is used by several professors here at MIT, but I am wondering if there are other classic books on the subject of numerical techniques in electromagnetics.


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