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EMC York 2004 - Conference Programme

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Last updated: 2004-Jun-16 (Wednesday)

Thursday 1st July, Morning

Session 1A: Introduction to EMC Workshop

Chair: Les McCormack, York EMC Services Ltd

Time Title Speaker
9:30 Welcome Les McCormack, York EMC Services Ltd
9:40 Introduction to EMC (including practical demonstrations) Andrew Rowell, York EMC Services Ltd
11:00 Coffee & Exhibition
11:30 Introduction to EU Directive 89/336 and UK EMC Legislation SI2372:1992 Les McCormack, York EMC Services Ltd
12:00 EMC Standards update Darren Hayes, York EMC Services Ltd
12:30 Lunch & Exhibition

Session 1B: Measurement Techniques Workshop

Chair: Martin Alexander, National Physical Laboratory

Time Title Speaker
9:30 Welcome Martin Alexander, National Physical Laboratory
9:40 Proposed method of EMC testing above 1 GHz in an anechoic room Martin Alexander, National Physical Laboratory
10:20 Radiated Emission and Immunity Measurements with TEM-Waveguides Prof Michael Koch, University of Hannover
11:00 Coffee & Exhibition
11:30 An introduction to reverberation chambers John Dawson, University of York
12:15 Question & Answer session
12:30 Lunch & Exhibition

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Thursday 1st July, Afternoon

Session 1C: EMC Design & Simulation

Chair: Dag Björklöf, Luleå University of Technology

Time Title Speaker
14:00 Welcome
14:10 Simulation of coupling phenomena between a radiating antenna and a cable Jacek Skrzypczyński, Wroclaw University of Technology
14:35 The impact of grounding design on the radiated emissions from interface cards Paul Duxbury, Flomerics; Stuart Charles, e-Mead Consulting Ltd
15:00 Review of progress on intermediate level circuit modelling techniques Tad Konefal, University of York
15:30 Tea & Exhibition
16:00 Wired or Chassis Ground: The Best Solution for Automotive Emissions Martin O'Hara, Telematica
16:25 LCL - Filter design for PWM-Rectifiers Wolfgang Klampfer, Schaffner EMV
16:50 Question & Answer Session
17:00 Exhibition

Session 1D: Railway EMC Workshop I

Chair: Chris Marshman, York EMC Services Ltd

Time Title Speaker
14:00 Welcome Chris Marshman, York EMC Services Ltd
14:10 Management of EMC: existing UK railway standards and the Interoperability Directives David Bulgin, Rail Safety & Standards Board
14:35 EN 50121 update on new work within European Standards Committees Gary Crawshaw, Bombardier Transportation
15:00 Network Rail - EMC Knowledge Development Maya Petkova, Network Rail
15:30 Tea & Exhibition
16:00 West Coast Assurance Guide Chris Marshman, York EMC Services Ltd
16:25 EMC Risk Management for the Railway Infrastructure - West Coast Main Line Tony McClumpha, Network Rail
16:50 Question & Answer Session
17:00 Exhibition

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Friday 2nd July, Morning

Session 2A: Railway EMC Workshop II

Chair: Chris Marshman, York EMC Services Ltd

Time Title Speaker
9:30 Electromagnetic noise produced by poor current collection Emmanuel Boutard, Alstom Transport Information Solutions
10:00 Comparison of the booster transformer and auto transformer railway feeding systems, Feeding features and induction to telecom lines Prof György Varjú, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
10:30 EMC Management on Channel Tunnel Rail Link Dominic Kelsey, CTRL
11:00 Coffee & Exhibition
11:30 The principles of managing EMC in a metro environment Alex Finlayson, Atkins Rail
12:00 EMC Management for the Victoria Line Upgrade Peter Price, Metronet Rail BCV
12:30 Lunch & Exhibition

Session 2B: Electromagnetic Measurements

Chair: Ferran Silva, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya

Time Title Speaker
9:30 Welcome Ferran Silva, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
9:40 Measurement of protection properties of closed shields in time domain Helge Herlemann, University of Hannover
10:05 Time Domain measurements to detect defects on OATS Sven Battermann, University of Hannover
10:30 Influence of EUTs vertical cables to different results in fully anechoic chamber and OATS Gregor Kovac, Slovenian Institute of Quality and Metrology
11:00 Coffee & Exhibition
11:35 EMI receiver plus digitiser RF Transient measurements Salvador Verdaguer, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
12:00 Reduction in test effort for emissions measurements above 1 GHz by using statistical analysis Mark Tyndall, York EMC Services Ltd
12:30 Lunch & Exhibition

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Friday 2nd July, Afternoon

Session 2C: Directives Update

Chair: Les McCormack, York EMC Services Ltd

Time Title Speaker
14:00 Welcome Les McCormack, York EMC Services Ltd
14:10 The New EMC Directive Dave Imeson, Compliance Europe
14:50 Product Liability New Directive Dai Davis, Nabarro Nathanson
15:30 Tea & Exhibition
16:00 Implementation of WEEE & RoHS Directives Andrew Lunnon, Sustainable Development, DTI
16:30 Development of a Directive on the Eco-design of Energy using Products (EuP) Andrew Lunnon, Sustainable Development, DTI
17:00 Close

Session 2D: Electromagnetic Measurements & Safety

Chair: György Varjú, Budapest University of Technology and Economics

Time Title Speaker
14:00 Welcome György Varjú, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
14:10 Detecting faulty electric installations in railway systems and engines, using computer logging of GPS positions and currents in the railway cars Åke Wisten, EMC Center of Luleå
14:35 Personal safety in high frequency electromagnetic fields. Protective clothing, standards and measurement procedures Prof Michael Koch, University of Hannover
15:00 Human body magnetic exposure and magnetic interference with a track circuit in proximity of a rail thermo-electric regulation system Viantonio Amoruso, Politecnico di Bari
15:30 Tea & Exhibition
16:00 A reduction method of the magnetic human exposure in proximity of high-voltage overhead power lines Viantonio Amoruso, Politecnico di Bari
16:25 Field nose, a frequency selective and isotropic system for Long-term EMF measurements and monitoring Harald Haider, ARC Seibersdorf Research GmbH
16:50 Close

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Sessions 1D & 2A: Railway EMC Workshops 1st & 2nd July

Workshop sessions covering Railway EMC will be held on the afternoon of 1st July and the morning of 2nd July. The EMC York 2004 Railway workshops will provide an opportunity for delegates to continue the discussions begun at the successful IEE and AGRRI railway EMC workshops which ran towards the end of 2003.

Please view the session timetables for full details:

Please visit this site frequently to receive the latest information on the EMC York 2004 programme.


Last updated: 2004-Jun-16 (Wednesday)

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