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Electromagnetic compatibility

About: Electromagnetic compatibility is a(n) research topic. Over the lifetime, 8946 publication(s) have been published within this topic receiving 71743 citation(s). The topic is also known as: EMC.

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01 Mar 1993
Abstract: A new edition of the leading textbook on the finite element method, incorporating major advancements and further applications in the field of electromagneticsThe finite element method (FEM) is a powerful simulation technique used to solve boundary-value problems in a variety of engineering circumstances. It has been widely used for analysis of electromagnetic fields in antennas, radar scattering, RF and microwave engineering, high-speed/high-frequency circuits, wireless communication, electromagnetic compatibility, photonics, remote sensing, biomedical engineering, and space exploration.The Finite Element Method in Electromagnetics, Third Edition explains the methods processes and techniques in careful, meticulous prose and covers not only essential finite element method theory, but also its latest developments and applicationsgiving engineers a methodical way to quickly master this very powerful numerical technique for solving practical, often complicated, electromagnetic problems.Featuring over thirty percent new material, the third edition of this essential and comprehensive text now includes:A wider range of applications, including antennas, phased arrays, electric machines, high-frequency circuits, and crystal photonicsThe finite element analysis of wave propagation, scattering, and radiation in periodic structuresThe time-domain finite element method for analysis of wideband antennas and transient electromagnetic phenomenaNovel domain decomposition techniques for parallel computation and efficient simulation of large-scale problems, such as phased-array antennas and photonic crystalsAlong with a great many examples, The Finite Element Method in Electromagnetics is an ideal book for engineering students as well as for professionals in the field.

3,699 citations

05 Apr 2022
Abstract: Preface. 1. Introduction to Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC). 2. EMC Requirements for Electronic Systems. 3. Signal Spectra-The Relationship Between theTime Domain and the Frequency Domain. 4. Transmission Lines and Signal Integrity. 5. Nonideal Behavior of Components. 6. Conducted Emissions and Susceptibility. 7. Antennas. 8. Radiated Emissions and Susceptibility. 9. Crosstalk. 10. Shielding. 11. System Design for EMC. Appendix A: The Phasor Solution Method. Appendix B: The Electromagnetic Field Equations and Waves. Appendix C: Computer Codes for Calculating the Per-Unit-Length Parameters and Crosstalk of Multiconductor Transmission Lines. Appendix D: Spice (PSPICE) Tutorial. Index.

2,063 citations

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Abstract: Carbon (C) is a crucial material for many branches of modern technology. A growing number of demanding applications in electronics and telecommunications rely on the unique properties of C allotropes. The need for microwave absorbers and radar-absorbing materials is ever growing in military applications (reduction of radar signature of aircraft, ships, tanks, and targets) as well as in civilian applications (reduction of electromagnetic interference among components and circuits, reduction of the back-radiation of microstrip radiators). Whatever the application for which the absorber is intended, weight reduction and optimization of the operating bandwidth are two important issues. A composite absorber that uses carbonaceous particles in combination with a polymer matrix offers a large flexibility for design and properties control, as the composite can be tuned and optimized via changes in both the carbonaceous inclusions (C black, C nanotube, C fiber, graphene) and the embedding matrix (rubber, thermoplastic). This paper offers a perspective on the experimental efforts toward the development of microwave absorbers composed of carbonaceous inclusions in a polymer matrix. The absorption properties of such composites can be tailored through changes in geometry, composition, morphology, and volume fraction of the filler particles. Polymercomposites filled with carbonaceous particles provide a versatile system to probe physical properties at the nanoscale of fundamental interest and of relevance to a wide range of potential applications that span radar absorption, electromagnetic protection from natural phenomena (lightning), shielding for particle accelerators in nuclear physics, nuclear electromagnetic pulse protection, electromagnetic compatibility for electronic devices, high-intensity radiated field protection, anechoic chambers, and human exposure mitigation. Carbonaceous particles are also relevant to future applications that require environmentally benign and mechanically flexible materials.

888 citations

01 Jan 1976
Abstract: This updated and expanded version of the very successful first edition offers new chapters on controlling the emission from electronic systems, especially digital systems, and on low-cost techniques for providing electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) for consumer products sold in a competitive market There is also a new chapter on the susceptibility of electronic systems to electrostatic discharge There is more material on FCC regulations, digital circuit noise and layout, and digital circuit radiation Virtually all the material in the first edition has been retained Contains a new appendix on FCC EMC test procedures

871 citations

03 Oct 2018

844 citations

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