A 3-days EMC course for engineers who are confronted with low frequent disturbances (from DC to approx. 150 kHz) caused by motion- and power conversion systems. These typical EMC-alike phenomena are not fully covered by international standards and regulations. The disturbances and their consequences will be discussed and analyzed. Solutions are based on a high level of ‘good engineering practices’.
Low frequent disturbances are generated by:
€ 1.650,00 excl. VAT
3 consecutive days
16-11-2020 | 09:00 - 17:30
17-11-2020 | 09:00 - 17:30
18-11-2020 | 09:00 - 17:30
After the course, the participant knows:...
After the course, the participant knows:
and will be able to:
Engineers, designers, architects, project leaders and quality engineers working on the definition...
Engineers, designers, architects, project leaders and quality engineers working on the definition, development and qualification of motion systems from a few mW to MW for i.e. small robotic systems up to container transportation as well as areas of wireless power transfer, robotization and automated manufacturing.
Education: At least BSc in Electronics / Electrical Engineering / Physics / Mechatronics / Automotive.
Prior knowledge: Basics of Electricity, notion of Fourier / Laplace (time – frequency domain), graphical presentation (bode diagram with amplitude / phase)
No prior knowledge / experience on EMC is required but familiarity with low frequent disturbances is beneficial.
This course is also important for mechanic engineers since their work has a big impact on the creation and transport of the resulting disturbance currents and they may have problems to understand certain concepts from the physical and electrical domain.
Various measurement techniques will be shown to qualify and quantify the disturbances by demonstrations / simulations. The effect of the measures will be used to provide insight as to show the effect of the introduced measures.
Lectures supported by practical demonstrations and hands-on sessions and exercises / quizzes. Cou...
Lectures supported by practical demonstrations and hands-on sessions and exercises / quizzes. Course notes. Course book.
Participants will receive a High Tech Institute course certificate if results of group assignment...
Participants will receive a High Tech Institute course certificate if results of group assignments and other training activities are sufficient.