Grounds for Grounding: A Circuit to System Handbook

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Wiley, Jan 26, 2010 - Technology & Engineering - 1088 pages
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Grounding design and installation is critical for the safety and performance of any electrical or electronic system. Blending theory and practice, this is the first book to provide a thorough approach to grounding from circuit to system. It covers: grounding for safety aspects in facilities, lightning, and NEMP; grounding in printed circuit board, cable shields, and enclosure grounding; and applications in fixed and mobile facilities on land, at sea, and in air. It?s an indispensable resource for electrical and electronic engineers concerned with the design of electronic circuits and systems.

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Elya B. Joffe is Vice President of Engineering for K.T.M. Project Engineering, an engineering consulting company located in Israel. He has been involved in EMC design, development, and engineering since 1981. He is currently active as an EMC consulting specialist in the EMC design of commercial and military systems, from circuits to platforms and large-scale installations and facilities. His work covers EMC, EMP and Lightning Protection design, as well as numerical modeling for solution of EMC Problems. He is also well known for his EMC and EMC-related training programs. He is a Senior Member of the IEEE, a member of the IEEE EMC Society, President of the EMC Society (2008-2009), and a past chairman of the Israel IEEE EMC Chapter.

Kai-Sang Lock, PhD, is founder and Principal Consultant of PQR Technologies Pte Ltd in Singapore. He is a consultant in the areas of power quality, reliability, and safety. Dr. Lock is a registered Professional Engineer in Singapore; a Fellow of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, UK; the President and a Fellow of the Institution of Engineers, Singapore; as well as a Senior Member of the IEEE. He is also a Board Member of the Professional Engineers Board, Singapore, and the Chairman of the Singapore Standards Council.

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