EMC Short Course in South Africa: 31 Oct - 6 Nov 2018
08 Oct 2018
EMC Short Course in South Africa: 31 Oct - 6 Nov 2018 presented by MESA Solutions (Pty) Ltd and Cherry Clough Consultants Ltd
To be held at the Denel Houwtec test facility, near Grabouw, Western Cape, South Africa To register, and for more information, please email: email@example.com
Given MESA Solution's close links with academia, it is only natural that we offer both fundamental and advanced training in EMC, which often does not receive enough consideration during the design process.
This will be our primary training event for 2018, supported by the IEEE 4th Global Electromagnetic Compatibility Conference (GEMCCON) that takes place immediately afterwards, from 7 to 9 November 2018, at nearby Stellenbosch University: https://sites.google.com/view/gemccon2018.
MESA Solutions and Keith Armstrong of Cherry Clough Consultants will be presenting this short course on EMC Fundamentals for Laboratories and Industry. The strong foci of this course are the underlying EMC principles and the practical design of PCBs, equipment, systems and installations. This includes incorporating hardening measures to reduce the effect of interference.
We will investigate the effects of unwanted electric and magnetic field coupling as demonstrated through a number of key experiments. The influence of ground loops, poor equipment placement and connections, and the effects of common conductors will also be considered. Finally, the practical design of circuits, PCBs, interconnections, filters and shields relevant to the interference frequencies being considered, will provide the attendees with the necessary tools to handle the majority of EMC issues quickly and cost-effectively. For further information, and registration details, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday 31 October
08:30 Tea/coffee; Introduction and Overview
08:45 EMC Perspectives and Key Standards
09:15 The Physics of EMC (no maths!), Part 1
10:30 The Physics of EMC (no maths!), Part 2
13:30 The Physics of EMC (no maths!), Part 3
15:45 Demonstration of Twin-flex Experiment
Thursday 1 November
08:30 Tea/coffee; Review of Twin-Flex Experiment (CM & DM Coupling)
09:15 EMC techniques for cables and connectors
10:45 Transfer Impedance of Cables (a practical experiment)
13:00 EMC Filtering
15:15 Circuit design for EMC: a) Digital b) Analogue c) Power conversion d) Wired comm’s
EMC Course in South Africa, 31 Oct – 6 Nov 2018
Friday 2 November
08:30 Tea/coffee; Choosing components for EMC
09:15 EMC Shielding, DC to 10s of GHz, Part 1
10:30 EMC Shielding, DC to 10s of GHz, Part 2
11:30 Shielding Plates (Experiment done in front of class with review afterwards) 12:30 Lunch
13:30 EM zoning, shielding, filtering and cabling for cabinets, systems and installations, Part 1
15:00 EM zoning, shielding, filtering and cabling for cabinets, systems, installations, Part 2
Monday 5 November
08:30 Tea/coffee; EMC Perspectives and Key Standards
09:00 Demonstration of Twin-flex Experiment
10:30 Review of Twin-Flex Experiment (CM & DM Coupling)
11:00 Essential PCB design techniques for EMC, Part 1
13:30 Essential PCB design techniques for EMC, Part 2
14:45 Essential PCB design techniques for EMC, Part 3
Tuesday 6 November
08:30 Tea/coffee; Current Diversion experiment
09:30 Saving time and money with good EMC design (for managers and Directors)
10:30 Overview of EMC testing for IEC domestic, commercial, industrial standards Part 1
13:00 Overview of EMC testing for IEC domestic, commercial, industrial standards Part 2
14:15 Reverberation Chamber and OATS Measurements
15:15 What does all this mean for labs and industrial environments?
In-house pre-compliance testing, alternative EMC measurements
Costs, and Materials provided
The cost for each participant is 3897-00 South African Rand per day, and VAT is payable.Partial attendance of the first three, or last two days is possible – please specify during registration. Comprehensive coursenotes will be provided.
Tea/coffee and lunches are included in the course fee.
To register, and for more information, please email: email@example.com
15:45 End of Day 5, and Course Conclusion
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