What to read for applied physics (engineering, inventions, designs, patents)?

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I am looking books that are similar to many books/magazines that introduce 'inventions, how things work', but what I am interested is the physics and mathematics behind (specifically formulas, measurements, applied physics, patents?)

From the course page of an applied electrodynamics course, it mentions "Case studies of applied electrodynamics using publications in the engineering literature and related patents"

Similarly, there is a website that provides case studies.

I was wondering, are there any textbooks/materials/websites that provide such materials? Any advice on where to start reading?

I'd hope there are resources specifically for mechanical engineering and electrical engineering.
 

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