Automotive EMC Consulting - An Improv Approach, How Hard Can It Be?

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IEEE Southeastern Michigan: Chapter VIII (EMC)

 

 


Southeastern Michigan IEEE EMC Chapter technical meeting.

*** Note the New Meeting Location: Antonio's Cucina Italiana - Canton **

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 SLIDES: http://sites.ieee.org/sem/files/2016/06/IEEE_June2016_Automotive-EMCConsulting_16june2016.pdf 

YOU MUST PRE-REGISTER FOR THIS MEETING - NO WALK INS PLEASE - PLEASE ARRIVE BY 5:30

 

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  • 2220 N. Canton Center Rd.
  • Canton, Michigan
  • United States 48187
  • Building: Antonio's Cucina Italiana - Canton
  • Room Number: Rita West Room

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  Speakers

Arnie Nielsen

Arnie Nielsen of Arnie Nielsen Consulting LLC

Topic:

Automotive EMC Consulting - An Improv Approach, How Hard Can It Be?

Abstract

This presentation will address three topics.  The first will be inexpensive test equipment and procedures used for solving issues where keeping costs low is essential.  This is especially important for solving issues that may take a lot of time to resolve since most EMC labs are fully booked and expensive.  The second topic is how specific issues were solved and lessons learned during my consulting.  Examples will include Tire Pressure Monitoring Audit System, Electronic Throttle Control, Chevy Volt battery pack electronics, DVD headrest system, Sequential LED taillights, LED fog lights, shielding evaluation for sensitive RF receivers and independent Toyota unintended acceleration investigation (Edmonds contest).  The third topic will be some documents to be aware of such as SAE J1211 (Robustness Validation), SAE J1938 (Product Development Process and Checklist), SAE J2628 (Conducted Immunity Characterization) and ISO 26262 (Functional Safety).

Biography:

Arnie Nielsen graduated from Wayne State with a BSEE.  Arnie has over 45 years’ experience in the automotive electronics industry.  After serving in the Navy submarine service, he worked as an instrumentation engineer in the crash test facilities at Chrysler then Ford.  He then spent 10 years in powertrain hardware/software design at Ford.  From 1985 to 2005 he worked in EMC, reliability and product assurance as a technical specialist with Ford-Visteon and is an iNARTE certified Master EMC design engineer.  After retiring in 2005 he has been consulting with over 35 companies

Email:

Address:Northville, Michigan, United States

Arnie Nielsen of Arnie Nielsen Consulting LLC

Topic:

Automotive EMC Consulting - An Improv Approach, How Hard Can It Be?

Biography:

Email:

Address:Northville, Michigan, United States





Agenda

5:30 Tossed Salad, Pizza, Fettuccini Alfredo, Soft Drinks, Coffee, Tea, Bread and Spumoni Ice Cream.

6:00 Presentation



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