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Design for Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)

Design for Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)

The field of electromagnetic compatibility is a critical yet often ignored technical discipline. Every person involved in the development, manufacture and through life support of a product can have a significant but unknowing effect on the EMC performance of a product.

By attending this short course you will gain a general background into the causes, effects and mitigation of EMC.

The use of modelling and trials, as methods of verifying the EMC design of a product, will be introduced and discussed.

Who Should Attend?

This course is aimed at all designers, engineers and managers engaged in a broad range of activities within the product development cycle and in particular for those having a technical background or influence. A general understanding of electronic, mechanical and software design and manufacture processes is a prerequisite.

Duration

Online: Split into 3 sessions at 2 hours each (Generally over 3 consecutive days at 9:30am  – 11:30am). This can be adjusted, complete the form opposite for further information.

Classroom: 1 day The course commences at 9:00am and finishes at approximately 5:00pm.

Course Fee

Please complete the form opposite, or contact us for course fee, including discounts for multiple delegates and course dates.

Delegates will receive a certificate of attendance.

Registration / Further Information

Please contact us to discuss if this course is suitable for your requirements and to book your place(s). Simply:

We can also run this course at your offices as a company-dedicated training session on a date of your choosing. Please indicate when contacting us if you are interested in this option.

Training Services Overview >>

Introduction

  • What is electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
  • Description of the phenomena and their causes
  • The Electromagnetic environment.

Why is it an Issue?

  • Possible scenarios
  • Experiences and examples
  • EMC Control Plan
  • Who does it effect in the product lifecycle

Design and Test

  • EMC as a design discipline
  • Why it is often ignored and just tested at the end of the project
  • Testing used to verify a good design

Basic Design Principles

  • Top level introduction to the main areas of concern
  • Combining compliant products to form systems
  • The effect of other design disciplines on the EMC of a product

 Software Design Tools

  • EMC Modelling Packages (including a demonstration of a leading simulation package)
  • CAD Packages – Design Rules

Legislation

  • EMC Directive and other related directives
  • Routes to compliance
  • Declaration of Conformance

Tests and Standards

  • Commercial, military and aerospace standards
  • Test Facilities

Summary

  • Review of key concepts
  • Further reading
  • Conclusion and questions
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