Architectural electromagnetic shielding handbook: a design and specification guide

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Architectural Electromagnetic Shielding Handbook A Design and Specification Guide The first volume ever to cover all aspects of the subject, Architectural Electromagnetic Shielding Handbook provides the practicing architect/engineer with a comprehensive guide to electromagnetic shielding. This practical handbook is a one-stop source for every form of shielding enclosure now used in commercial and government test laboratories, communication and computer centers, and electromagnetic hardened facilities designed to prevent electromagnetic interference (EMI) from reaching either a sensitive piece of equipment or an unauthorized agency. Additional features include:
  • extensive supporting information on penetrations such as doors, vents, piping, and electromagnetic filters for each type of shielding
  • complete descriptions of modular, welded, and architectural forms of shielding as well as design checklists for shielded enclosure installation
  • detailed descriptions of performance specifications and methods of testing necessary to prove performance
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LELAND H. HEMMING is a member of the technical staff of the Signature Development and Applications Group, Phantom Works, a design and development division of the Boeing Company located in Mesa, Arizona. He obtained a BS in physics from San Diego State University in 1963 and an MBA from National University, San Diego, California, in 1977. He has been an active member of the IEEE since 1963 and a Senior Life member since 2001. He is also the author of Architectural Electromagnetic Shielding Handbook.

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