EMC Analysis Methods and Computational Models

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Describes and illustrates various modeling techniques which are applicable to the area of EMC and includes material previously available only in international reports or other hard-to-obtain references. Electromagnetic topology, lumped-parameter circuit models, the radiation process, scalar diffraction theory for apertures, transmission line modeling, and models for shielding are among the topics discussed. The accompanying disk contains four programs based on the models developed in the text and can be used to calculate diverse transmission line responses.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION TO MODELING AND EMC
3
SYSTEM DECOMPOSITION FOR EMC MODELING
26
References
39
RADIATION MODELS FORWire ANTENNAS
113
Conducting Earth
150
References
175
RADIATION DIFFRACTION AND SCATTERING
183
Problems
217
EFFECTS OF A LOSSY GROUND ON tranSMISSION
395
Ground Impedance
406
References
443
Shielded CABLES
451
Admittance
453
References
501
SHIELDING
505
References
547

TRANSMISSION LINE THEORY
223
Method
276
Re ferences
310
Field COUPLING USING TRANSMISSION LINE THEORY
321
References
388
TABLES OF PHYSICAL CONSTANTS
550
GROUNDING RESISTANCE PARAMETERS
563
INDEX
595
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About the author (1996)

Frederick M. Tesche, PhD, is an EMC consultant to both government and industry in the areas of applied electromagnetics and computer techniques.
Michel V. Ianoz, PhD, is a professor in EMC and high-voltage techniques at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology at Lausanne.
TorbjÖrn Karlsson, PhD, is chief scientist at Emicon, an electromagnetics consulting company he cofounded.

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