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"EMC testing in the automotive field"
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prof.dr. Francisco Javier Arcega Solsona sa Sveučilišta u Zaragozi,
u srijedu 7. prosinca 2011. u 11h na Fakultetu elektrotehnike i računarstva u Zagrebu (Siva vijećnica).
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Content: Electromagnetic compatibility, Testing EMC, Standards and laboratories, Main EMC tests in the automotive field, References.
Today, an automobile has a plenty of electronic components that are related to control, but also with the functionality or the comfort. Automotive industry requires that all components have to be tested in order to assure that no problem will occur duting the operation mainly for the safety but also for comfort. The Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) is the ability of a system, subsystem or component to work properly without producing interferences to other equipment or without being disturbed by the interferences produced by other equipment. Therefore, the automotive industry needs laboratories accredited for testing EMC and as production plants are spread by the world, laboratories must follow international standards and particular rules derived from the manufacturers. Such criteria are indicated in the Automotive Electromagnetic Compatibility Laboratory Recognition Program (AEMCLRP). In this lecture a, review of the main EMC tests of individual components in the automotive industry, respecting the criteria of safety and functionality, will be presented.
Francisco J. Arcega (M’76–SM’05) was born in Caspe (Zaragoza), Spain. He received the M.Sc. in Physics in 1976 and Doctorate in 1981 in University of Zaragoza, Spain. In 1976 he joined the Electronics Department of the University of Zaragoza and since 1982 he is in the Electrical Engineering Department where he is currently Professor (CEU). His main research interests are in the field of electrical measurements and their applications in the industry field. As well he is involved with quality in the education and in the laboratory activities. He is co-director of the research group EduQTech devoted to research and use the quality in the education and in the technology.
Dr Arcega has been Director of the Department of Electrical Engineering and later Dean of the Faculty of Engineering (EUITIZ) in the University of Zaragoza (2004-2009) and is a member of the Directive of the Spanish Chapter of the Education Society of the IEEE.
He has published a lot of papers in education and in Electrical Engineering mainly in aspects related with Quality and Measurements. He has published a book on Sensors and one in Metrology. He is reviewer of several journals and conferences
Since 1997 he is Director of the Laboratory of Electrical Measurements (LME), accredited by the Spanish National Accreditation Body (ENAC) for calibration Electricity and for testing Electrical parameters of Power Plants. As well he is Technical Expert for the accreditation of Testing Laboratories in Electrical Safety and Electromagnetic Compatibility acting for the Spanish, French and Italian Accreditation Bodies. As well, he has been auditing engineering university Schools for Diplomas (Grade and Mater) and Doctorate level for the Spanish National Agency for Accreditation (ANECA).