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© 2004

Classical Relativistic Electrodynamics

Theory of Light Emission and Application to Free Electron Lasers

Part of the Advanced Texts in Physics book series (ADTP)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-IX
  2. Toshiyuki Shiozawa
    Pages 1-33
  3. Toshiyuki Shiozawa
    Pages 35-61
  4. Toshiyuki Shiozawa
    Pages 63-90
  5. Toshiyuki Shiozawa
    Pages 91-128
  6. Toshiyuki Shiozawa
    Pages 129-157
  7. Toshiyuki Shiozawa
    Pages 159-178
  8. Toshiyuki Shiozawa
    Pages 179-198
  9. Toshiyuki Shiozawa
    Pages 199-221
  10. Back Matter
    Pages 223-233

About this book

Introduction

Waves in Relativistic Electron Beams presents an advanced course of classical electrodynamics with application to the generation of high-power coherent radiation in the microwave to optical-wave regions. Specifically, it provides readers with the basics of advanced electromagnetic theory and relativistic electrodynamics, guiding them step by step through the theory of free-electron lasers. The theoretical treatment throughout this book is fully developed by means of the usual three-dimensional vector calculus. This book can be recommended as a graduate-level textbook or a reference book in the fields of advanced electromagnetic theory, relativistic electrodynamics, beam physics and plasma sciences.

Keywords

Classical electrodynamics Free-electron lasers Plasma Relativistic electrodynamics Relativistic electron beams Wave phenomena dynamics electrodynamics electromagnetic electron fields laser moving charge physics radiation

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Communication EngineeringOsaka UniversityOsakaJapan

About the authors

Toshiyuki Shiozawa is Professor of Communication Engineering at Osaka University. He graduated from Osaka University in 1964, and received his Ph. D. in Communication Engineering from Osaka University in 1969. His fields of interest include electromagnetic theory, engineering-oriented relativistic electrodynamics, free-electron lasers, and bioelectromagnetics. He is an IEEE Fellow.

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