01623 a2200253 4500999001700000008004100017020001800058082001700076100002300093245006300116260003400179300003400213365002100247504005100268520078900319650001401108650001901122650001901141650002801160650001601188650002701204942001201231952012601243 c32351d32351231010b xxu||||| |||| 00| 0 eng d a9780262039901 a620.001bWIL aWilliams, James H. aWave propagation : an introduction to engineering analyses bMIT Press,c2019aCambridge : axxii, 426 p. ;bill.,c24 cm. b6550.00cINRd01 aIncludes bibliographical references and index. aA wave is a traveling disturbance or oscillationâ€”intentional or unintentionalâ€”that usually transfers energy without a net displacement of the medium in which the energy travels. Wave propagation is any of the means by which a wave travels. This book offers an engineering-oriented introduction to wave propagation that focuses on wave propagation in one-dimensional models that are anchored by the classical wave equation. The text is written in a style that is highly accessible to undergraduates, featuring extended and repetitive expositions and displaying and explaining mathematical and physical detailsâ€”many classical but others not heretofore published. The formulations are devised to provide analytical foundations for studying more advanced topics of wave propagation. aImpedence aHarmonic waves aWave Mechanics aEngineering mathematics aSound-waves aRadio wave propagation 2ddccBK 00102ddc406620_001000000000000_WIL70942735aDAIICTbDAIICTd2023-10-07g6550.00o620.001 WILp034392r2023-10-10yBK