Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Principles 3rd Edition

Presented by Dr. Daryl Beetner, Professor, Missouri S&T

About the course

Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) is the science behind building electronic products which do not cause electromagnetic interference and which are not susceptible to electromagnetic interference from other devices. This course is designed to teach the fundamentals of EMC. Topics range from what makes a good antenna, to regulations, to intelligent layout of printed circuit boards. While the course is based on solid math and physics, the lectures focus on developing the students’ understanding of concepts which enable the student to better apply the math and physics to sophisticated electrical systems.

The material contained in the EMC Principles Course was developed during the delivery of an introductory EMC course at Missouri S&T (Rolla). The DVDs include videos of class lectures and experimental demonstrations, as well course notes, assignments, assignment solutions, and practice exams. Watching the videos, doing the homework, and working through the exams should give you the same learning experience as our senior and graduate students at Missouri S&T.

EMC Principles Course Outline

Lecture 1:
Introduction
Demonstration
Elements of an EMC Problem
Electrical Dimensions
Examples of Susceptibility
Decibels
EMC Regulations
Conducted Emissions
Radiated Emissions
Immunity
The Hidden Circuit

Lecture 2:
Introduction to Printed Circuit Boards
Trace Resistance
Skin Depth
Capacitance
Self Capacitance
Inductance
Inductance Calculations

Lecture 3:
Inductance Calculations
Mutual Inductance
Partial Inductance
Branch Inductance
Transmission Line L & C
Characteristic Impedance
Electronic Components

Lecture 4:
Electronic Components & Filtering
Ferrites
Common Mode Current & Common Mode Choke
Crosstalk

Lecture 5:
Crosstalk
Conducted Coupling
Magnetic Field Coupling
Capacitive Coupling
Dominant Coupling Mechanism

Lecture 6:
Determining the Coupling Mechanism
Reducing Crosstalk
Shielded Cable Example

Lecture 7:
Mutual Inductance
Time and Frequency

Lecture 8:
Spectrum Analyzer
Network Analyzer
Antennas and Radiation
Hertzian Dipole
Radiation from Small Circuit Elements
Radiation Resistance and Power

Lecture 9:
Antennas and Radiation (continued)
Dipole and Monopole Antennas
Current on Antennas
Typical Problem Antenna

Lecture 10:
Review of Exam 1
Typical Problem Antennas
Common-mode Antenna Currents
Antennas for EMC Measurements
Shielding
Shielding Effectiveness

Lecture 11:
Shielding (continued)
Reflection vs. Absorption Loss
Shielding Effectiveness in Near Field
Practical Shielding
Wires Penetrating an Enclosure

Lecture 12:
Filtering Wires
Aperture Radiation
Current Return Paths

Lecture 13:
Current Return Paths (continued)
PCB Layout

Lecture 14:
Review of Test II
Minimizing EMC Issues in PCB Designs
Some Design Guidelines—Explained

Lecture 15:
Example PCB Design Guidelines
Power Bus Decoupling

Lecture 16:
Power Bus Decoupling
Grounding
Electrostatic Discharge

Lecture 17:
Electrostatic Discharge (continued)

Registration

Fees:
$1200

REGISTER ONLINE

Registration Contact:
Missouri S&T
Distance and Continuing Education
300 W. 12th Street
216 Centennial Hall
Rolla, MO  65409
Phone: 573-341-4200
Fax: 573-341-4992
Email: dce@mst.edu 

Technical Contact:
Dr. Thomas Van Doren
Missouri S&T
Electrical and Computer Engineering
EMC Lab
Rolla, MO  65409
Phone: 573-341-4097
Email: vandoren@mst.edu