Verifying EMC Numerical Modeling Results using Measurements

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IEEE Southeastern Michigan: Chapter VIII (EMC)


Southeastern Michigan IEEE EMC Chapter technical meeting.

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  • Fairlane Center South
  • 19000 Hubbard Drive
  • Dearborn, Michigan
  • United States 48126
  • Building: University of Michigan - Dearborn
  • Room Number: Dining Room D
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  Speakers

Scott Piper

Scott Piper

Topic:

Verifying numerical modeling results using measurements

Verifying numerical modeling results using measurements – Measurements have been trusted and relied upon for many years.  This presentation focuses on some of the advantages of using measurements to verify simulation results, but also it will show that measurements have weaknesses of their own which is where simulations can help!  Real experiences will be shared with the chapter about Scott’s experience on this subject.

Biography:

Scott Piper received a bachelor of science in electrical engineering from the University of Michigan Dearborn.  Scott has a combined 10 years of experience in the military/aerospace and the automotive industries focusing on electromagnetic compatibility compliance design and testing.  Scott has been the primary engineer responsible for the initial purchase and implementation of electromagnetic modeling tools for EMC in two corporations.  Scott currently works at General Motors where he is a global resource for electromagnetic simulation for EMC.  Scott is a member of the IEEE and the EMC society and is classified as an IEEE Young Professional.  Scott’s interests are EMC simulation, measurement, and test methods.

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Address:Michigan, United States

Scott Piper

Topic:

Verifying numerical modeling results using measurements

Biography:

Email:

Address:Michigan, United States





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