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EMC and functional safety of automotive electronics, Kai, Borgeest

Label
EMC and functional safety of automotive electronics
Title
EMC and functional safety of automotive electronics
Statement of responsibility
Kai, Borgeest
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) deals with the unintentional propagation and reception of electromagnetic energy which may cause disturbances or even physical damage in electronic or electromechanical systems. With the increase in number and density of electronic devices and systems in modern vehicles, EMC has become a substantial concern and a key cause of malfunction of automotive electronics. This book explores electromagnetic compatibility in the context of automotive electronics, with a close relation to functional safety as required by ISO 26262. Topics covered include an introduction to automotive electronics; electrical drives and charging infrastructure; fundamentals of functional safety; fundamentals of EMC, signal and power integrity; the legal framework; EMC design at the ECU Level; EMC design at the system level and in special subsystems; modelling and simulation; and test and measurement for EMC
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Cataloging source
LGG
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1967-
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Borgeest, Kai{u200F} {u200E}
Dewey number
629.2/72
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
TL272.5
LC item number
.A982 2018eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
IET Transportation Series
Series volume
12
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  • Automobiles
  • Electromagnetic compatibility
Label
EMC and functional safety of automotive electronics, Kai, Borgeest
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 215-228) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Contents; Preface and acknowledgements; Symbols; Abbreviations; 1. Introduction to automotive electronics; 1.1 Electronic control units with sensors and actors; 1.1.1 Power supply; 1.1.2 Clock; 1.1.3 Analogue inputs and sensors; 1.1.4 Digital inputs and sensors; 1.1.5 Power drivers and actors; 1.1.6 Transceivers; 1.1.7 Internal communication; 1.1.8 Construction techniques; 1.2 Power network; 1.2.1 Standard power network; 1.2.2 Dual battery network; 1.2.3 Commercial vehicle network; 1.2.4 Fuses; 1.2.5 Energy management; 1.3 Communication between electronic control units; 1.3.1 CAN bus
  • 1.3.2 FlexRay bus1.3.3 MOST bus; 1.3.4 Ethernet; 1.3.5 LIN subbus; 1.3.6 CXPI; 1.3.7 SENT; 1.3.8 PSI5; 1.3.9 Automotive safety restraint bus; 1.4 Functional domains; 1.4.1 Power train; 1.4.2 Vehicle dynamics and active safety; 1.4.3 Passive safety; 1.4.4 Theft protection; 1.4.5 Body/comfort; 1.4.6 Lighting and vision; 1.4.7 Man-machine interface; 1.4.8 Infotainment; 1.4.9 Car2X; 1.4.10 Assistance systems; 1.4.11 Drive-by-wire; 1.4.12 Autonomous driving; 2. Electrical drives and charging infrastructure; 2.1 Components; 2.1.1 Batteries; 2.1.2 Fuel cells; 2.1.3 Power converters
  • 2.1.4 Electric motors2.2 Electric power trains; 2.3 Hybrid power trains; 2.4 Charging infrastructure; 2.4.1 Conductive charging; 2.4.2 Inductive charging; 2.4.3 Charger communication; 3. Fundamentals of functional safety; 3.1 Goals and definitions; 3.2 Management; 3.2.1 Functional safety life cycle; 3.2.2 Safety goals; 3.2.3 Cooperation of OEMs and suppliers; 3.3 Analysis; 3.3.1 Dependent failure analysis; 3.3.2 Fault tree analysis; 3.3.3 Failure mode and effect analysis; 3.3.4 Design review based on failure mode; 3.3.5 Event tree analysis; 3.3.6 Markov chain; 3.3.7 Hazard and risk assessment
  • 3.4 Software development3.4.1 Process models; 3.4.2 Development assessments; 3.4.3 Configuration management; 3.4.4 Modularisation; 3.5 Hardware development; 3.5.1 Reliability; 3.5.2 Reliability block diagrams and redundancy; 3.6 Functional safety and EMC; 3.7 Functional safety and quality; 3.8 Standards; 3.8.1 History; 3.8.2 ISO 26262; 3.8.3 ISO/PAS19451; 3.8.4 ISO/PAS19695; 3.8.5 ISO 25119; 3.9 Functional safety of autonomous vehicles; 4. Fundamentals of EMC, signal and power integrity; 4.1 Maxwell's equations; 4.2 Coupling paths; 4.2.1 Line coupling; 4.2.2 Electric field coupling
  • 4.2.3 Magnetic field coupling4.2.4 Electromagnetic field coupling; 4.3 Field coupling into wires; 4.4 Countermeasures against coupling; 4.4.1 Filters; 4.4.2 Shields; 4.5 Sources; 4.6 Sinks; 4.7 Electrostatic discharge; 4.8 Signal and power integrity; 4.8.1 Relation between frequency and time domain; 4.8.2 Transmission lines; 4.8.3 Signal integrity; 4.8.4 Power integrity; 5. Legal framework; 5.1 European Union; 5.1.1 EMC; 5.1.2 Functional safety; 5.2 USA; 5.2.1 EMC; 5.2.2 Functional safety; 5.3 Canada; 5.3.1 EMC; 5.3.2 Functional safety; 5.4 Australia; 5.5 Japan; 5.6 Russia; 5.7 China
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxiv, 237 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781785614095
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1054181645
  • (OCoLC)1054181645
Label
EMC and functional safety of automotive electronics, Kai, Borgeest
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 215-228) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Contents; Preface and acknowledgements; Symbols; Abbreviations; 1. Introduction to automotive electronics; 1.1 Electronic control units with sensors and actors; 1.1.1 Power supply; 1.1.2 Clock; 1.1.3 Analogue inputs and sensors; 1.1.4 Digital inputs and sensors; 1.1.5 Power drivers and actors; 1.1.6 Transceivers; 1.1.7 Internal communication; 1.1.8 Construction techniques; 1.2 Power network; 1.2.1 Standard power network; 1.2.2 Dual battery network; 1.2.3 Commercial vehicle network; 1.2.4 Fuses; 1.2.5 Energy management; 1.3 Communication between electronic control units; 1.3.1 CAN bus
  • 1.3.2 FlexRay bus1.3.3 MOST bus; 1.3.4 Ethernet; 1.3.5 LIN subbus; 1.3.6 CXPI; 1.3.7 SENT; 1.3.8 PSI5; 1.3.9 Automotive safety restraint bus; 1.4 Functional domains; 1.4.1 Power train; 1.4.2 Vehicle dynamics and active safety; 1.4.3 Passive safety; 1.4.4 Theft protection; 1.4.5 Body/comfort; 1.4.6 Lighting and vision; 1.4.7 Man-machine interface; 1.4.8 Infotainment; 1.4.9 Car2X; 1.4.10 Assistance systems; 1.4.11 Drive-by-wire; 1.4.12 Autonomous driving; 2. Electrical drives and charging infrastructure; 2.1 Components; 2.1.1 Batteries; 2.1.2 Fuel cells; 2.1.3 Power converters
  • 2.1.4 Electric motors2.2 Electric power trains; 2.3 Hybrid power trains; 2.4 Charging infrastructure; 2.4.1 Conductive charging; 2.4.2 Inductive charging; 2.4.3 Charger communication; 3. Fundamentals of functional safety; 3.1 Goals and definitions; 3.2 Management; 3.2.1 Functional safety life cycle; 3.2.2 Safety goals; 3.2.3 Cooperation of OEMs and suppliers; 3.3 Analysis; 3.3.1 Dependent failure analysis; 3.3.2 Fault tree analysis; 3.3.3 Failure mode and effect analysis; 3.3.4 Design review based on failure mode; 3.3.5 Event tree analysis; 3.3.6 Markov chain; 3.3.7 Hazard and risk assessment
  • 3.4 Software development3.4.1 Process models; 3.4.2 Development assessments; 3.4.3 Configuration management; 3.4.4 Modularisation; 3.5 Hardware development; 3.5.1 Reliability; 3.5.2 Reliability block diagrams and redundancy; 3.6 Functional safety and EMC; 3.7 Functional safety and quality; 3.8 Standards; 3.8.1 History; 3.8.2 ISO 26262; 3.8.3 ISO/PAS19451; 3.8.4 ISO/PAS19695; 3.8.5 ISO 25119; 3.9 Functional safety of autonomous vehicles; 4. Fundamentals of EMC, signal and power integrity; 4.1 Maxwell's equations; 4.2 Coupling paths; 4.2.1 Line coupling; 4.2.2 Electric field coupling
  • 4.2.3 Magnetic field coupling4.2.4 Electromagnetic field coupling; 4.3 Field coupling into wires; 4.4 Countermeasures against coupling; 4.4.1 Filters; 4.4.2 Shields; 4.5 Sources; 4.6 Sinks; 4.7 Electrostatic discharge; 4.8 Signal and power integrity; 4.8.1 Relation between frequency and time domain; 4.8.2 Transmission lines; 4.8.3 Signal integrity; 4.8.4 Power integrity; 5. Legal framework; 5.1 European Union; 5.1.1 EMC; 5.1.2 Functional safety; 5.2 USA; 5.2.1 EMC; 5.2.2 Functional safety; 5.3 Canada; 5.3.1 EMC; 5.3.2 Functional safety; 5.4 Australia; 5.5 Japan; 5.6 Russia; 5.7 China
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxiv, 237 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781785614095
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1054181645
  • (OCoLC)1054181645

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