Prepared for Rome Air Development Center, Dec 1974.
|Statement||J.L. Bogdanor, R.A. Pearlman, M.D. Siegel.|
|Contributions||Pearlman, R. A., Siegel, M. D.|
Now thoroughly updated, the Second Edition of Introduction to Electromagnetic Compatibility remains the textbook of choice for university/college EMC courses as well as a reference for EMC design engineers. An Instructor's Manual presenting detailed solutions to all the problems in the book is available from the Wiley editorial by: There were no Type II errors in the analysis in which compatibility was predicted when interference was present. With this validated computerized analysis program, Air Force product divisions and their system contractors can facilitate the practical implementation of EMC design-to-cost at all stages of an Air Force system's life cycle with the attendant scheduling, testing, and cost benefits. The objective of IEMCAP, a computerized analysis program, is to facilitate the practical implementation of EMC at all stages of an Air Force system's life cycle, from conceptual studies of new systems to field modification of old systems. This capability is applicable for use in ground, aircraft and space/missile systems. The major areas to which this program addresses itself in attaining this. DTIC ADA Intrasystem Electromagnetic Compatibility Analysis Program. Volume III. Computer Program Documentation Item Preview.
The user's manual describes the operation and usage of the Intrasystem Electromagnetic Compatibility Analysis Program (IEMCAP). IEMCAP is a USA Standard FORTRAN program for computer-aided implementation of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) at all stages of an Air Force system's life cycle, applicable to aircraft, space/missile, and ground-based systems. Intrasystem Electromagnetic Compatibility Program (IEMCAP) This paper describes a computerized analysis process (IEMCAP) which may be used to establish and maintain cost-effective interference control throughout the life cycle of systems composed of communications and electronics by: Intrasystem electromagnetic compatibility analysis program. Volume 3: Computer program documentation: Authors: Electromagnetic Compatibility, Military Technology, Systems Engineering, User Manuals (Computer Programs), Fortran, Performance Prediction, Radio Frequency Interference and all inputs are in easy-to-use, free-field format. The. Download Handbook of Electromagnetic Compatibility By Reinaldo Perez – This text offers readers an understanding of the fundamentals of EMC, from basic mathematical and physical concepts through present, computer-age methods used in analysis, design and tests. Fortified with information on how to solve potential electromagnetic interference (EMI) problems that may arise in electronic design.
An intrasystem EMC analysis program - NASA/ADS. Various aspects of the intrasystem electromagnetic compatibility analysis program (IEMCAP) are discussed. Emphasis is placed on the input data requirements and coupling models contained in IEMCAP. The computer aspects and size constraints are given with helpful hints for the user on how to apply IEMCAP to systems whose size Cited by: 4. Intrasystem Electromagnetic Compatibility Program (IEMCAP) Published on Nov 1, in IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility An intrasystem EMC analysis program. 1 Author (Gerard T. Capraro) 4 Citations. Read Later. An Electromagnetic Compatibility Program for the s (Selected Issues)Cited by: The report documents the programming details of IEMCAP. It contains detailed descriptions of all subroutines, variables, and constants used in the program. IEMCAP is a USA Standard FORTRAN program for computer-aided implementation of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) at all stages of an Air Force system's life cycle, applicable to aircraft systems, spacecraft and missile systems, and . Intrasystem electromagnetic compatibility analysis program. Volume 2: User's manual usage section - NASA/ADS The volume, the Usage Section, contains detailed instructions for usage of IEMCAP. A complete description of the input data Author: J. L. Bogdanor, R. A. Pearlman, M. D. Siegel.