2009Lecture10Part1Parasitics

2009Lecture10Part1Parasitics - configuration for...

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ECE 529 Introduction to EMC University at Buffalo Dr. James J. Whalen Lecture 14 160ct96 ..... ;.... -----. ft\ em ~ tI\~/ OcJ. l ) 1{;() 7 ~J 5ep+1~) 1f1JB Ll<i\A/e4. 5e pt, 23) 2tJd{ \CJ-o
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Electronic Components Behavior (Ideal versus Real) James J. Whalen Dept. of Electrical Computer Engineering State University of New York at Buffalo 1994 EMC Symp. Title Slide Workshop WS1C TitleWS1. C94
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References 1. James J. Whalen Carmen Paludi. "Computer-Aided Analysis of Electronic Circui ~s- The Need To Include Parasitic Elements," INT. J. ELECTRONICS, VOL. 43, NO.5, pp. 501-511, 1977. 2. J. A. Woody, "Modeling of Parasitic Effects in Discrete Passive Components," Technical Report RADC-TR-83-32, Georgia Institute of Technoloqv, Atlanta, Georgia, February 1983. 3. Clayton R. Paul, Introduction to Electromagnetic Compatibility, " John Wiley Sons, 1992 2 SLlDES94.EMC J
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, ' Ideal Component Equations Resistor: v R x i Capacitor: i C x (dv/dt) Inductor: v L x (di/dt) I.'l 1994 EMC Symp. Equations #1 Workshop WS1C TitleWS1.C94 3 3
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R P R s C L (a) Simple model circuit
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Unformatted text preview: configuration for capacitors. c L R (b) Simple model circuit configuration for inductors. c L R (c) Simple model circuit configuration for resistors. Figure 1. Woody(?] Assumed Model Circuit Configurations Used in Direct Calculation Modeling Approach. FILl ,.. r Pre~rrf~ fvt(j}.p) 5e't16 Rs.-c-L~ R C s L (a) Simple model circuit configuration for capacitors. f4(UU e I ~f-L-C r woth5 ktJe( +~~ ~ ph r1 fta / flv~J (b) Simple model circuit configuration for inductors. (c) Simple model circuit N vw V'5f Figure 1. Woody[~] Assumed Model Circuit Configurations Used in Direct Calculation Modeling Approach. IL( 7 ILl N I Manuf acturer's D A ata pproximating A Model P' symptotes erformance kn 100 n 10 7 II Mode1in~~ 11ftetJI2, .H; a1ysis Data f or U-type Resist ors. Figure 12 Woody[V...
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