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The terms Electromagnetic interference EMI and electromagnetic compatibility EMC are often used interchangeably when referring to the regulatory testing of electronic components and consumer goods. In this article, we attempt to demystify EMI and EMC, and to provide a basic, general overview of the types of testing equipment employed, and the respective requirements in each area. Any electronic device generates some amount of electromagnetic radiation.
Electromagnetic compatibility EMC is the ability of electrical equipment and systems to function acceptably in their electromagnetic environment , by limiting the unintentional generation, propagation and reception of electromagnetic energy which may cause unwanted effects such as electromagnetic interference EMI or even physical damage in operational equipment. It is also the name given to the associated branch of electrical engineering. EMC pursues three main classes of issue. Emission is the generation of electromagnetic energy, whether deliberate or accidental, by some source and its release into the environment. EMC studies the unwanted emissions and the countermeasures which may be taken in order to reduce unwanted emissions.
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Reliability, availability, and maintainability RAM are three system attributes that are of tremendous interest to systems engineers, logisticians, and users. Collectively, they affect economic life-cycle costs of a system and its utility.
Reliability, maintainability, and availability RAM are three system attributes that are of great interest to systems engineers, logisticians, and users. Collectively, they affect both the utility and the life-cycle costs of a product or system.
The origins of contemporary reliability engineering can be traced to World War II. However, current trends point to a dramatic rise in the number of industrial, military, and consumer products with integrated computing functions. Because of the rapidly increasing integration of computers into products and systems used by consumers, industry, governments, and the military, reliability must consider both hardware, and software.
Maintainability models present some interesting challenges. The time to repair an item is the sum of the time required for evacuation, diagnosis, assembly of resources parts, bays, tool, and mechanics , repair, inspection, and return. Administrative delay such as holidays can also affect repair times.
Often these sub-processes have a minimum time to complete that is not zero, resulting in the distribution used to model maintainability having a threshold parameter. A threshold parameter is defined as the minimum probable time to repair. Estimation of maintainability can be further complicated by queuing effects, resulting in times to repair that are not independent. This dependency frequently makes analytical solution of problems involving maintainability intractable and promotes the use of simulation to support analysis.
This section sets forth basic definitions, briefly describes probability distributions, and then discusses the role of RAM engineering during system development and operation.
The final subsection lists the more common reliability test methods that span development and operation. Defined as the probability of a system or system element performing its intended function under stated conditions without failure for a given period of time ASQ A precise definition must include a detailed description of the function, the environment, the time scale, and what constitutes a failure.
Each can be surprisingly difficult to define as precisely as one might wish. Defined as the probability that a system or system element can be repaired in a defined environment within a specified period of time. Increased maintainability implies shorter repair times ASQ Defined as the probability that a repairable system or system element is operational at a given point in time under a given set of environmental conditions.
Availability depends on reliability and maintainability and is discussed in detail later in this topic ASQ A failure is the event s , or inoperable state, in which any item or part of an item does not, or would not, perform as specified GEIA The failure mechanism is the physical, chemical, electrical, thermal, or other process that results in failure GEIA In computerized systems, a software defect or fault can be the cause of a failure Laprie which may have been preceded by an error which was internal to the item.
The failure mode is the way or the consequence of the mechanism through which an item fails GEIA , Laprie The severity of the failure mode is the magnitude of its impact Laprie Reliability can be thought of as the probability of the survival of a component until time t. Its complement is the probability of failure before or at time t. If we define a random variable T as the time to failure, then:. The failure probability is the cumulative distribution function CDF of a mathematical probability distribution.
Continuous distributions used for this purpose include exponential, Weibull, log-normal, and generalized gamma. Discrete distributions such as the Bernoulli, Binomial, and Poisson are used for calculating the expected number of failures or for single probabilities of success. The same continuous distributions used for reliability can also be used for maintainability although the interpretation is different i. However, predictions of maintainability may have to account for processes such as administrative delays, travel time, sparing, and staffing and can therefore be extremely complex.
The probability distributions used in reliability and maintainability estimation are referred to as models because they only provide estimates of the true failure and restoration of the items under evaluation. Ideally, the values of the parameters used in these models would be estimated from life testing or operating experience. However, performing such tests or collecting credible operating data once items are fielded can be costly.
As a result, those estimates based on limited data may be very imprecise. Testing methods to gather such data are discussed below. RAM are inherent product or system attributes that should be considered throughout the development lifecycle.
The discussion in this section relies on a standard developed by a joint effort by the Electronic Industry Association and the U. Government and adopted by the U. Department of Defense GEIA that defines 4 processes: understanding user requirements and constraints, design for reliability, production for reliability, and monitoring during operation and use discussed in the next section.
Understanding user requirements involves eliciting information about functional requirements, constraints e. From these emerge system requirements that should include specifications for reliability, maintainability, and availability, and each should be conditioned on the projected operating environments. RAM requirements definition is as challenging but as essential to development success as the definition of general functional requirements.
System designs based on user requirements and system design alternatives can then be formulated and evaluated. Reliability engineering during this phase seeks to increase system robustness through measures such as redundancy, diversity, built-in testing, advanced diagnostics, and modularity to enable rapid physical replacement.
In addition, it may be possible to reduce failure rates through measures such as use of higher strength materials, increasing the quality components, moderating extreme environmental conditions, or shortened maintenance, inspection, or overhaul intervals.
Design analyses may include mechanical stress, corrosion, and radiation analyses for mechanical components, thermal analyses for mechanical and electrical components, and Electromagnetic Interference EMI analyses or measurements for electrical components and subsystems.
In most computer-based systems, hardware mean time between failures are hundreds of thousands of hours so that most system design measures to increase system reliability are focused on software. The most obvious way to improve software reliability is by improving its quality through more disciplined development efforts and tests. Methods for doing so are in the scope of software engineering but not in the scope of this section.
However, reliability and availability can also be increased through architectural redundancy, independence, and diversity. Redundancy must be accompanied by measures to ensure data consistency, and managed failure detection and switchover.
Within the software architecture, measures such as watchdog timers, flow control, data integrity checks e. System RAM characteristics should be continuously evaluated as the design progresses.
Where failure rates are not known as is often the case for unique or custom developed components, assemblies, or software , developmental testing may be undertaken to assess the reliability of custom-developed components. Markov models and Petri nets are of particular value for computer-based systems that use redundancy.
Evaluations based on qualitative analyses assess vulnerability to single points of failure, failure containment, recovery, and maintainability. Analyses from related disciplines during design time also affect RAM.
Human factor analyses are necessary to ensure that operators and maintainers can interact with the system in a manner that minimizes failures and the restoration times when they occur. There is also a strong link between RAM and cybersecurity in computer-based systems. On the one hand, defensive measures reduce the frequency of failures due to malicious events. Many production issues associated with RAM are related to quality.
The most important of these are ensuring repeatability and uniformity of production processes and complete unambiguous specifications for items from the supply chain. Other are related to design for manufacturability, storage, and transportation Kapur ; Eberlin Large software intensive information systems are affected by issues related to configuration management, integration testing, and installation testing.
Depending on organizational considerations, this may be the same or a separate system as used during the design. After systems are fielded, their reliability and availability are monitored to assess whether the system or product has met its RAM objectives, identify unexpected failure modes, record fixes, and assess the utilization of maintenance resources and the operating environment.
In order to assess RAM, it is necessary to maintain an accurate record not only of failures but also of operating time and the duration of outages.
Systems that report only on repair actions and outage incidents may not be sufficient for this purpose. An organization should have an integrated data system that allows reliability data to be considered with logistical data, such as parts, personnel, tools, bays, transportation and evacuation, queues, and costs, allowing a total awareness of the interplay of logistical and RAM issues.
These issues in turn must be integrated with management and operational systems to allow the organization to reap the benefits that can occur from complete situational awareness with respect to RAM.
Reliability Testing can be performed at the component, subsystem, and system level throughout the product or system lifecycle. Because of its potential impact on cost and schedule, reliability testing should be coordinated with the overall system engineering effort. Test planning considerations include the number of test units, duration of the tests, environmental conditions, and the means of detecting failures.
True RAM models for a system are generally never known. Data on a given system is assumed or collected, used to select a distribution for a model, and then used to fit the parameters of the distribution. This process differs significantly from the one usually taught in an introductory statistics course.
First, the normal distribution is seldom used as a life distribution, since it is defined for all negative times. Second, and more importantly, reliability data is different from classic experimental data. Reliability data is often censored, biased, observational, and missing information about covariates such as environmental conditions.
Data from testing is often expensive, resulting in small sample sizes. These problems with reliability data require sophisticated strategies and processes to mitigate them. In most large programs, RAM experts report to the system engineering organization. At project or product conception, top level goals are defined for RAM based on operational needs, lifecycle cost projections, and warranty cost estimates. These lead to RAM derived requirements and allocations that are approved and managed by the system engineering requirements management function.
RAM testing is coordinated with other product or system testing through the testing organization, and test failures are evaluated by the RAM function through joint meetings such as a Failure Review Board. In some cases, the RAM function may recommend design or development process changes as a result of evaluation of test results or software discrepancy reports, and these proposals must be adjudicated by the system engineering organization, or in some cases, the acquiring customer if cost increases are involved.
Once a system is fielded, its reliability and availability should be tracked. Such a system captures data on failures and improvements to correct failures. This database is separate from a warranty data base, which is typically run by the financial function of an organization and tracks costs only. Unfortunately, the lack of careful consideration of the backward flow from decision to analysis to model to required data too often leads to inadequate data collection systems and missing essential information.
Proper prior planning prevents this poor performance. Of particular importance is a plan to track data on units that have not failed. Units whose precise times of failure are unknown are referred to as censored units.
Integrated smart power devices gain more and more importance in the field of automotive systems. In addition to power transistors such devices usually contain several integrated diagnostic and protection functions. In the event of a fault these functions enable the connected control unit to react appropriately and to protect the application and thus the people. Smart power devices are often responsible for important tasks within a vehicle and are nowadays more and more used to substitute conventional elements like fuses, relays and switches. During the operation they are often exposed to harsh environmental conditions such as high operating temperatures, mechanical stress, etc. At the same time different electromagnetic interferences EMI may occur, which can affect their normal functionality. Especially in safety-critical applications such as the airbag control module or the Anti-lock Braking System their correct function is very important to avoid dangerous operating conditions and to ensure functional safety.
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Motivated by the increase of stress over electromagnetic pollution issues arising from the fast-growing development and need for electronic and electrical devices, the demand for materials with high electromagnetic interference EMI shielding performance has become more urgently. Considering the energy consumption in real applications, lightweight EMI shielding materials has been attentive in this field of research. In this chapter, first of all, the EM theory will be briefly discussed.
Reliability, availability, and maintainability RAM are three system attributes that are of tremendous interest to systems engineers, logisticians, and users. Collectively, they affect economic life-cycle costs of a system and its utility. Reliability, maintainability, and availability RAM are three system attributes that are of great interest to systems engineers, logisticians, and users.
The basics of the EMC profession often get buried under the day-to-day effort of continuous measurement and the volume of test and reporting paperwork. The fundamental parameter of the most common of technical tools, the EMC antenna, is used over and over without thought as to its actual meaning. This parameter is the antenna factor AF. A review of the basics behind this parameter, and a related parameter, the transmit antenna factor TAF , provides a basis for the use of the numerical values, and a more fundamental understanding of radiated EMC measurements. EMC antennas are used for EMC measurements in rather rugged environments involving frequent handling, rapid replacement with a different antenna for another frequency band and the normal wear and tear of day-in, day-out usage, two shifts a day, six days a week, in almost all weather conditions. For all their apparent simplicity, antennas used in an electromagnetic compatibility EMC laboratory are as specialized and as sophisticated as antennas for any other application.
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