A Practical Guide to EMC Engineering by Levent Sevgi
A Practical Guide to EMC Engineering – This practical new resource explores the fundamentals of EMC engineering and examines the concepts and underpinnings of electromagnetics. This book highlights the procedures from design to market for both technical and non-technical issues, including market control, accreditation, calibration, EMC tests and measurement, and EMC protection.
Basic electrical engineering theories, Maxwell equations, EM scattering, diffraction and propagation in the electromagnetic model are presented.
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Review – A Practical Guide to EMC Engineering
This A Practical Guide to EMC Engineering is a MUST in the shelf of an EMC operator. The Author an expert in this field was able to conjugate along all the chapters rigorous theoretical explanations and formulas along with practical examples taken from the real EMC world. The systematic view of the main EMC topic helps a lot the comprehension of the subject and the associated MATLAB scripts are a true help for the preliminary back-on-the-envelope calculations. –Prof. Ing. Antonio Orlandi, UAq EMC Laboratory, Dept. of Industrial & Information Engineering and Economics, University of L’Aquila, L Aquila, Italy
The book is a useful compendium of information covering all aspects of EMC with particular emphasis on practical issues of analysis, design and testing. It will be of value to technical as well as non-technical readers who wish to gain an appreciation of the main aspects of EMC as they affect their business. –Christos Christopoulos, Emeritus Professor of Electrical Engineering, University of Nottingham, UK
About the Author
Levent Sevgi is currently affiliated with the electrical and electronics engineering department of engineering and architecture at Okan University. He received his Ph.D. from the Weber Research institute at New York Polytechnic University York.