CRC - EMC for Installers: Electromagnetic Compatibility of Systems and Installations

Organization: CRC
Publication Date: 17 September 2018
Page Count: 267
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Electrotechnical systems and installations are primarily designed for functionality. Appropriate standards and guidelines are applied to accomplish this; however, experience shows this approach to be insufficient for establishing electromagnetic compatibility. This leads to huge expenses for adjustments, corrections, and retrofits. This book provides the reader with the means and manners to achieve electromagnetic compatibility. It shows the technical pitfalls of both new and existing systems and installations. The first four parts of the text are technical in nature, including: power distribution networks, differential signaling and balancing, non-linear effects in metal conduits, and active and passive shielding. The final part focuses on the management and process aspects of EMC, including: technical construction, measurement equipment, and guidance on building current probe and near-field probes.

Authors: Mark Van Helvoort, Mathieu Melenhorst

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