This book addresses one of the most pressing, controversial, and misunderstood areas of electrical engineering: the cost-effective prevention of electromagnetic interference and hazards in automated industrial systems. It focuses on civilian noncommunication environment.
Table of Contents
1. Sources: Transients and Field Concentrations 2. Transfers: Start with Definable Coupling 3. Receptors: An Unsuspected Multitude 4. System Analysis: An Indispensable t!Must" 5. Systemic Control: The Key to (Cost)-Effectiveness 6. Simple Suppression: What to Put Where 7. About Shielding: The Importance of Size and Structure 8. Filtering for Emc: Throw Away Your Filter Books 9. Grounding and Wiring, Continued: You Must Plan Ahead 10. Standards and Truths: Use the Code and Use Your Head 11. Comments on Measurements: Most-Needed Corrections Only 12. Problems and Solutions: Learning to Co-Think Emc