This revised and expanded Fourth Edition, describes the selection of cores, capacitors, mechanical shapes, and styles for the timeless design, construction, and testing of filters. The book is application-oriented and analyzes various filter types based on close approximations, observations, and trial and error, while offering simple methods of measuring AC and DC power lines. The text offers a concentration on basic transfer function mathematics, their algebraic manipulation, and the laplace operator, rather than matrix analysis. The material covers all EMI subjects and is focused on the development life cycle of EMI filters. Restructured and revised, LT Spice can be used throughout to help analyze designs.
Table of Contents
Introduction. Introduction to EMI. Introduction to EMI Filters. Filter Components. Negative Resistance - Constant Power Loads. Filter Design Requirements. EMI Methods of Design and Practical Considerations. Filter Design Techniques and Design Examples. Conclusion. Appendix. Tables. Index.
Richard Lee Ozenbaugh is a consultant of EMI filter design and magnetics engineering for such companies as Hughes Aircraft Corporation, Parker Hannifin Aerospace, Franklin Electric, McDonnell Douglas, and Cirrus Logic. Involved in the electrical and electronics industries since the early 1950s, he has worked as a radar specialist for the U.S. Navy as well as an engineer for Hopkins Engineering and RFI Corporation.
Timothy M. Pullen is a principal electrical engineer at Rockwell Collins. He has over 25 years of experience in the research, design, and development of electronic systems for commercial and military applications, including power electronics, motor control, and full authority digital engine control technology. His areas of expertise include model-based design and control, analog circuit design, and filter design.