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EMC Fest 2022

May 12 @ 08:00 - 17:00

EMC Fest ‘2022 NEW DATE: May 12, 2022 Dear EMC Fest Attendee. Due to the COVID-19 Virus, we postponed our annual event until May 12, 2022. Our speakers were accommodating to move their schedule as well. We would like to keep your EMC Fest 2020/2021 reservation however we will allow anyone to cancel up to April 1, 2022. Topics: See Agenda Below (https://www.emcsociety.org/wp/?page_id=2190) (https://events.vtools.ieee.org/event/register/221691) (https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/221909) Location: Embassy Suites 19525 Victor Parkway, Livonia, Michigan,48152, USA EMC Case Studies, Pre-Compliance Testing, Simulation Examples and Switch Mode Power Supplies – Dr. Bogdan Adamczyk, Jim Teune and Scott Mee. [] Dr Adamczyk is the author of Foundations of Electromagnetic Compatibility: with Practical Applications. EMC Fest registrants can purchase this book for 20% off using code ENG20 at checkout at (https://www.wiley.com/en-us/search?pq=Bogdan%20Adamczyk%7Crelevance) or on (https://smile.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/1119120780/ref=dp_olp_all_mbc?ie=UTF8&condition=all) Note: Early Registration Prices end April 17 at 12:01 AM FEE SCHEDULE IEEE Members Registered Before April 17 $50 Non-Members Registered Before April 17 $75 IEEE Student Members Before April 17 $25 Vendor Extra Staff Before April 17 $50 Retired / Unemployed / Life IEEE Members Before April 17 $25 CEU Units * $25 All Late or At the Door $100 NO REFUNDS AFTER April 17, 2022. * Requires additional use of registration system. Chapter website: (http://www.emcsociety.org/) To be added or removed from the Southeastern Michigan IEEE EMC email list, please send an email to scott@emcsociety.org with ADD or REMOVE as the subject. If this email was forwarded to you, please reply with REMOVE as the subject Agenda: Program Outline: Thursday May 12, 2022 6:00 Vendor Table Setup (till 8:30) 8:00 REGISTRATION & EXHIBITS 8:30 CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST 9:00 Session 1 – EMC Concepts: Case studies of Passive Components, Power Distribution Network, and EMC Filters This session begins with a case study of passive circuit components including the PCB trace itself. The non-ideal models of resistors, capacitors, inductors and PCB traces are represented by a specific RLC network consisting of the intended component and the parasitics. We will show that a PCB trace has the same impedance signature as an inductor and effectively constitutes the fourth passive circuit component. 10:00 Break & Exhibits 11:00 Session 2 – Developing a practical EMC pre-compliance test laboratory and key diagnostic tools/methodology This session covers lessons learned from developing test, measurement and diagnostic laboratories. This past experience comes from developing accredited EMC laboratories for industry and diagnosing EMC issues in a wide range of industries and product types. There are significant cost and time savings with upfront test and diagnostic activity of new product development. Pre-compliance testing enables these savings when applied effectively. Developing pre-compliance and diagnostic test capabilities with low budgets will help small companies or corporate teams justify and create their own in-house capability. Having a capital plan for upgrading the lab capabilities will enable continued growth and expertise to meet the demands and emerging trends of new technologies. We will identify must-have diagnostic tools and a mindset for testing and troubleshooting product EMC failures quickly. 12:00 LUNCH 1:00 Session 3 – Practical and applied simulation examples (EMC test models, PDN analysis, PCB design rule checker) Practical EMC simulations are an important part of successful EMC designs. Effective models don’t need to be perfect and can be simulated in a reasonable amount of time. In this session we will see examples of EMC test models in Dassault Systeme’s CST Studio and how they can be used to help prevent and understand EMC issues. We will also look at Power Delivery Network (PDN) analysis from the EMC perspective. A poor PDN design can contribute to EMC issues such as radiated emissions and board resonances can amplify even the smallest signals into system level failures. We can use simulation tools to evaluate the PDN and make improvements to decoupling and power plane designs. 2:00 Break & Exhibits 3:00 Session 4 – Switch-mode power supplies: EMC Design, Diagnostics & Emissions Control Power conversion is one of the bigger challenges facing the EMC Engineer. In this session we will review common design issues that lead to emissions failures and measurement techniques to isolate the root cause. We will explain Schematic and PCB layout techniques to mitigate emissions issues. The three main sections of power converters will be discussed (Input section, switch node and Output section). In addition, we will share some of the tools and techniques we have used successfully to isolate problem areas of the circuit and correct performance issues that cause EMC failures. 4:00 Reception 5:00 Close of EMC Fest NOTE: breaks will be scheduled at the speaker’s discretion. Table-top displays (exhibits) will be open during registration, lunch, all breaks, and the reception. Access to the table-top displays is available during the technical sessions, but the displays may not be manned during those times. Tentative Lunch Menu: Roma Vegetable Minestrone Soup Caesar Salad Warm Garlic Bread Sticks Fettuccine Noodles & Penne Pasta Creamy Alfredo & Tangy Marinara Sauce Meatballs & Italian Sausage with Peppers Spicy Broccoli in Chicken Broth Coffee & Iced Tea Hotel Information: Embassy Suites is offering a limited number of reduced rate King rooms using (https://www.hilton.com/en/attend-my-event/dttlies-xef-478f8674-a970-4c7e-a1ca-bb1fb34351d2/) for $129 which includes Internet, Pool, Cocktail Reception and breakfast buffet may included if COVID restrictions are lifted . You can get this special rate if you reserve your room by April 1, 2022. After which rooms and rates are subject to availability. The Embassy Suites Hotel is located 22 miles from Detroit Metropolitan Airport. From I-275 take the 7 Mile Road – East. Travel approximately 1/4 of a mile to Victory Parkway. Turn left on proceed approximately 1/4 mile. Embassy Suites will be on the left . Contact (734) 462-6000 to make arrangements. Airport shuttle is not available so plan a taxi , Uber or car to travel to the hotel. Bldg: Embassy Suites, 19525 Victor Parkway, Livonia, Michigan, United States, 48152


May 12
08:00 - 17:00


Bldg: Embassy Suites, 19525 Victor Parkway, Livonia, Michigan, United States, 48152
Bldg: Embassy Suites, 19525 Victor Parkway, Livonia, Michigan, United States, 48152