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    #1 khoadongluc, 29/5/10
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    Tiêu Đề : Ebook : Automotive Electromagnetic Compatibility
    Ngôn Ngữ: Tiếng Anh
    Đinh Dạng: pdf
    Dung Lượng :11.5 MB

    Contents
    Preface XI
    Chapter 1 What is EMC
    1.1 Background
    1.2 Technology and EMC
    1.3 Communication Technology Evolution
    1.4 Convergence of Technology and Automotive Systems
    1.5 Future Trends
    Chapter 2 System Level Issues
    2.1 Definition of Component and System
    2.2 Significance to EMC
    Chapter 3 Power and Signal Return
    3.1 Introduction
    3.2 Current Path
    3.3 Safety Grounding
    3.4 Single Point Ground (Single Reference)
    Chapter 4 Basic Concepts Used in EMC
    4.1 Antennas
    4.2 Omni-Directional Antennas
    4.2.1 Quarter-Wave Vertical
    4.2.2 Ground Plane
    4.2.3 Other Antenna Types
    4.2.3.1 Antenna Arrays
    4.2.3.2 Unanticipated Antennas
    4.2.3.3 Reduced Size Antennas
    4.2.3.4 Gain Antennas
    4.3 Other components in EMC
    4.3.1 Inductance
    4.3.2 Inductance of “Large” Wire Loops
    4.3.3 Capacitance
    4.4 Ideal and Actual Components
    4.5 Transmission Lines
    4.5.1 Characteristics of Commonly Used Transmission Lines”
    4.5.2 Goal of transmission line
    4.5.3 Transmission line capacitance
    4.5.4 Transmission line impedance
    4.5.5 How to install a PL 259 connector
    4.5.6 Coax Cable Sample
    4.6 Shields
    4.6.1 Purpose of shields
    4.6.2 Shielding effectiveness
    4.6.3 Key parameters in shield design (electric field)
    4.7 Fourier series and Frequency Spectrum Envelope
    4.8 Capacitors, Inductors, and Actual Properties
    4.9 Filtering Overview
    4.9.1 Common Mode Filtering
    4.9.2 Isolation
    4.10 Enclosure Shielding
    4.11 Shield Discontinuities
    Chapter 5 Electromagnetic Fields
    5.1 Introduction
    5.2 Characteristics of the Electromagnetic Environment
    5.3 Comparison of Circuit Theory with EM Field Theory
    5.4 Maxwell's equations
    5.5 Regions Around a Source:
    5.5.1 Far-Field
    5.5.2 Transition Zone
    5.5.3 Near-Field
    5.6 Polarization
    5.6.1 Magnetic Field Emissions
    5.6.2 Modeling/Prediction Techniques
    Chapter 6 EMC Testing
    6.1 EMC Disciplines
    6.2 Radiated Emissions Diagnostics
    6.2.1 Low-Frequency Specification
    6.2.2 Bulk Current Injection
    6.3 How a Switching Transient Occurs
    6.4 Test Methods
    6.4.1 EMC Instrumentation
    6.4.2 Amplifiers
    6.4.3 Antennas
    6.4.4 Field measurement probes
    6.4.5 Power Measurement
    6.4.6 RF Signal Generator
    6.4.7 Electronic Impedance Bridge
    6.4.8 Spectrum Analyzer
    6.4.9 Monitoring Equipment
    6.5 Analysis of Results
    6.6 Coaxial Cables
    6.7 A “Virtual” Tour of AN EMC Lab
    Chapter 7 EMC Modeling
    7.1 The Value of EMC Modeling
    7.2 Emissions modeling
    7.3 Goal of modeling
    Chapter 8 Effects of Cable and Harnessing
    8.1 Conducted emissions and immunity
    8.2 Auto Industry EMC Approaches
    8.2.1 Significance of wiring to EMC
    8.2.2 Role of wiring in EMC
    8.2.3 Early vehicles wiring
    8.2.4 Vacuum cleaner incident
    8.2.5 Common Mode and Differential Mode Current
    8.2.6 RF emissions and immunity
    8.2.7 Ways to measure RF current
    8.2.8 Differential mode RE levels
    8.2.9 DM related to design of circuit
    8.2.10 Cable Shielding
    8.2.11 Cable and Wiring Classes
    8.3 Filter Placement
    8.4 Coupling between wires
    8.5 Grounding and PCB layout
    8.6 Ferrites
    8.6.1 Ferrite Toroids
    8.6.2 Clamp-On Ferrites
    8.7 Attenuating Common Mode Currents on Unshielded Cables
    8.8 Higher-Frequency Emissions
    Chapter 9 Automobile Electrical/Electronics Systems
    9.1 Vehicle Generated Radiated Emissions
    9.2 Bandwidth Relates to “Selectivity”
    9.3 Broadband Noise
    9.3.1 Motor Noise
    9.3.2 Ignition Noise
    9.3.3 SCR Noise
    9.3.4 Overview of BB Noise Sources
    9.4 Narrowband noise
    9.4.1 Microprocessors and narrowband noise
    9.4.2 Generation of narrowband interference
    9.4.3 Narrowband radiate emissions case study
    9.4.4 Impact of narrowband noise
    9.5 Signal Characteristics
    9.6 RE Differences Between “Identical” Components
    9.7 Vehicle radiated emissions test
    9.8 Summary
    9.9 Digital System Design
    9.10 Electromagnetic Environment
    9.11 EMC Issue: Immunity to External Fields
    9.11.1 Vehicle Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS)
    9.11.2 Aircraft Passenger Carry-On Devices Cases
    9.11.3 F-16 Flight Controls
    9.11.4 Blimp Problems
    9.11.5 Boeing 747 Automatic Direction Finder (ADF)
    9.11.6 Severmorsk Disaster
    9.11.7 Tornado Fighter Case
    9.11.8 Libyan Strike
    9.11.9 Antilock Braking System (ABS)
    9.11.10 Fuel System Operation
    9.11.11 Aircraft
    9.11.12 Medical Equipment Cases
    9.11.13 Talking EEG Machine
    9.11.14 Ambulance Heart Monitor/Defibrillator
    9.11.15 Runaway Wheelchairs
    9.12 Inexpensive shielding methods
    9.13 EMC Design for Immunity
    9.13.1 Component Selection
    9.13.2 Logic Families and dV/dt
    9.13.3 Logic Families and dI/dt
    9.14 Immunity Threshold
    9.15 Auto Industry “Best Practices”
    9.16 Ignition Systems
    9.16.1 Spark Plugs
    9.16.2 Distributors
    9.16.3 Ignition Harnesses
    Chapter 10 EMC Regulation of Automotive Systems
    10.1 INTRODUCTION
    10.2 Radiated Emissions Requirements
    10.3 Governmental Requirements
    10.4 FCC Part 15
    10.5 “Microvolts per Meter” and Watts
    Chapter 11 Vehicle System Electrical Transients
    11.1 Background
    11.2 Overview of the Vehicle Transient Environment
    11.3 Component Selection
    11.4 Logic Families and dV/dt
    11.5 Logic Families and dI/dt
    11.6 Load Induced Switching Transients
    11.7 Specifying Control of the Switching Transient Phenomenon
    11.8 Methods To Minimize The Impact Of Transients
    11.9 Transient Suppression Circuit Topologies
    11.1 Conclusions
    Chapter 12 Electrostatic Discharge
    12.1 Overview of ESD
    12.2 The Role of Insulating Material in ESD
    12.3 Human Body Model for ESD
    12.4 ESD Voltage Breakdown
    12.5 Effects of ESD
    12.6 ESD Test Methods
    Appendix A Acronyms and Abbreviations
    Appendix B Useful Formulas
    References

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