Electromagnetic compatibility EMC

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Electromagnetic compatibility EMC

Electromagnetic noise can be generated by any system that generates or consumes electrical energy, and this noise can interfere with the operation of the system and/or other systems.

Electromagnetic interference (EMI) is a possible danger to today’s technological equipment.

The course teaches students how to use the concepts of electricity and magnetism to create electrical and electronic systems that can coexist amicably, or that are electromagnetically compatible with one another.

Students will study how electromagnetic disturbances are created in systems, how they interact with other systems, and how to secure systems.

Basic circuit analysis and electromagnetic field theory are prerequisites.

Electromagnetic compatibility Course Outline
Week 1: Introduction to EMC – Electromagnetic field theory topics that are relevant
Week 2: Non-ideal or high-frequency component behavior
Week 3: Near-field coupling or crosstalk
Week 4: Electromagnetic topology and grounding
Week 5: Electromagnetic Shielding
Week 6: Filters and surge protection
Week 7: Intentional electromagnetic interference and lightning protection

Week 8:EMC measurements and Standards

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Course Content

Module 2.2 Electromagnetic principles – Uniform plane wave

  • module 3.1 – High-frequency behaviour of components – Conductors
    00:00
  • module 4.5 – Field Coupling – Exercises
    00:00
  • module 4.1 – Crosstalk or near-field coupling – Capacitive coupling
    00:00
  • module 5.5 – Solutions to EMC problems – Shielded cables
    00:00
  • module 5.4 – Solutions to EMC problems – Electromagnetic Shielding (Continued)
    00:00
  • Module 6.2 Lightning protection – Currents, charges and fields
    00:00
  • Module 8.1 – Intentional Electromagnetic Interference or IEMI – 1
    00:00
  • Module 2.1 B – Electromagnetic principles – Gauss’s equation, boundary conditions
    00:00
  • module 1.1 Introduction to EMC – Definitions
    00:00
  • module 1.2 Introduction to EMC – Sources, units etc
    00:00
  • Module 2.1A Electromagnetic principles – Faraday’s and Ampere’s equations
    00:00
  • Module 2.1A Electromagnetic principles – Faraday’s and Ampere’s equations
    00:00
  • Module 2.1B Electromagnetic principles – Gauss’s equation, boundary conditions
    00:00
  • Module 2.3 Electromagnetic principles – Transmission lines
    00:00
  • Module 2.4 Electromagnetic principles – Dipoles
    00:00
  • module 3.2 – High-frequency behaviour of components – Capacitors, inductors, resistors
    00:00
  • module 3.3 – High-frequency behaviour of components – Mechanical switches and transformers
    00:00
  • module 4.2 – Crosstalk or near-field coupling – Crosstalk combinations
    00:00
  • module 4.3 – Crosstalk or near-field coupling – Coupling to shielded cables
    00:00
  • module 4.4 – Electromagnetic coupling in the far-field
    00:00
  • module 5.1 – Solutions to EMC problems – Lay out and control of interfaces
    00:00
  • module 5.2 – Solutions to EMC problems – Grounding or earthing
    00:00
  • module 5.3 – Solutions to EMC problems – Electromagnetic Shielding
    00:00
  • module 6.1 – Lightning Protection – Introduction
    00:00
  • module 5.6 Solutions to EMC problems – Filters and Surge protectors
    00:00
  • Module 6.4 Lightning Protection – Towers, Lightning safety
    00:00
  • Module 6.3 Lightning Protection – Buildings
    00:00
  • Module 7.2 – EMC Requirements & Standard, Testing and Difficulties – 2
    00:00
  • Module 8.2 – Intentional Electromagnetic Interference or IEMI – 2
    00:00

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