EEP581 Electro-Magnetic Compatibility in Industrial Electronic Equipment

Code EEP581
Name Electro-Magnetic Compatibility in Industrial Electronic Equipment
Status Compulsory/Courses of Limited Choice
Level and type Post-graduate Studies, Academic
Field of study Power and Electrical Engineering
Faculty Department of Industrial Electronics and Electrical Technologies
Academic staff Leonīds Ribickis, Gundars Ašmanis
Credit points 2.0 (3.0 ECTS)
Parts 1
Annotation EMC regulations (EU 89/336 EEC) for industrial and domestic electrical equipment. Input and output filters of electronic equipment, grounding, maintenance regulations. Methods and equipment for detection of electromagnetic pollution..
Goals and objectives
of the course in terms
of competences and skills
The aim is to study calculation and testing methods of the parameters of electronic and electric equipment electro-magnetic compatibility; to get skills to describe regulations of electro-magnetic compatibility of industrial and domestic electronic equipment according to the EU directive 89/336; to select input and output filters, to get knowledge of regulations of grounding and assembling of electronic equipment; to skills to apply correctly methods and equipment for electro-magnetic pollution determination.
Learning outcomes
and assessment
The students are able to describe types of EMC interference and influence of its parameters on the environment. - Test examining the students’ ability to describe types of EMC interference and influence of its parameters on the environment.
The students are able to describe emission interference and methods of its testing. - Test examining the students’ ability to to describe emission interference and methods of its testing.
The students are able to describe radiation interference and methods of its testing. - Test, examining the students’ ability to describe radiation interference and methods of its testing.
The students are able to develop proposals for limitation of EMC interference of electronic and electric circuits and devices. - Test examining the students’ ability to develop proposals for limitation of EMC interference of electronic and electric circuits and devices. Exam.
Course prerequisites Electrical engineering and electronics, Theoretical basics of electrical engineering, electronic devices, power electronics.

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