Eur. Phys. J. Appl. Phys.
Volume 38, Number 3, June 2007
|Page(s)||275 - 281|
|Section||Physics of Energy Conversion and Coupled Phenomena|
|Published online||30 May 2007|
Characterization of radiated emissions from power electronic devices: synthesis of an equivalent model from near-field measurement
LGEP – Laboratoire de Génie Électrique de Paris, UMR 8507 CNRS, SUPELEC, UPS, UPMC, Plateau de Moulon, 91192 Gif-sur-Yvette Cedex, France
2 IRSEEM – Institut de Recherche en Systèmes Électroniques Embarqués, Technopôle du Madrillet, Avenue Galilée, BP 10024, 76801 Saint-Etienne du Rouvray Cedex, France
3 EADS CCR – 12 rue Pasteur, 92150 Suresnes, France
Corresponding author: email@example.com
Revised: 9 February 2007
Accepted: 3 April 2007
Published online: 30 May 2007
The paper presents an efficient methodology to characterize electromagnetic disturbances radiated from power electronic devices. The approach is based on the substitution of an equivalent set of elemental magnetic dipoles for the real system; this set radiates the same near-field. The cartography of the magnetic field obtained with a measurement bench gives these dipoles. The moments of the dipoles are determined through a root mean squared procedure; this procedure fits the measured field to the theoretical field over a closed surface surrounding the device under test. The viability of the approach is demonstrated on two circuit boards. The first one is a canonical configuration involving two solenoidal inductors. The second one is a practical power electronic converter. Comparisons between numerical and experimental magnetic field distributions underline the ability of the equivalent model.
PACS: 41.20.Gz – Magnetostatics; magnetic shielding, magnetic induction, boundary-value problems / 84.30.Jc – Power electronics; power supply circuits
© EDP Sciences, 2007
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