Publication detail

Simple Models of EMI Filters for Low Frequency Range

DŘÍNOVSKÝ, J. SVAČINA, J. RAIDA, Z.

Original Title

Simple Models of EMI Filters for Low Frequency Range

English Title

Simple Models of EMI Filters for Low Frequency Range

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper deals with mathematical simulations of EMI filters' performance. These filters are commonly used for the suppressing of electromagnetic interference which penetrates through the power supply networks. The performance of these filters depends on terminating impedances which are plugged to the inputs and outputs clamps of the EMI filters. This paper describes the method by which it is possible to calculate the insertion loss of the filters. The method is based on the modified nodal voltage method. The circuitry of the EMI filters is used for their description. The effect of spurious components is not taken into account. The filter itself is described by set of admittance parameters, which makes the presented method more universal. The calculated results were compared with measured data of several filters for several impedance combinations. Different test setups, like asymmetrical, symmetrical, etc. were taken into account. The simplicity and accuracy of the presented method is discussed in the conclusion. The achieved accuracy is on high level. The described method is universal, but for filters with more than one current compensated inductor, the mentioned method is complicated. The size of the final equation for calculating the insertion loss rapidly increases with the number of current compensated inductors.

English abstract

This paper deals with mathematical simulations of EMI filters' performance. These filters are commonly used for the suppressing of electromagnetic interference which penetrates through the power supply networks. The performance of these filters depends on terminating impedances which are plugged to the inputs and outputs clamps of the EMI filters. This paper describes the method by which it is possible to calculate the insertion loss of the filters. The method is based on the modified nodal voltage method. The circuitry of the EMI filters is used for their description. The effect of spurious components is not taken into account. The filter itself is described by set of admittance parameters, which makes the presented method more universal. The calculated results were compared with measured data of several filters for several impedance combinations. Different test setups, like asymmetrical, symmetrical, etc. were taken into account. The simplicity and accuracy of the presented method is discussed in the conclusion. The achieved accuracy is on high level. The described method is universal, but for filters with more than one current compensated inductor, the mentioned method is complicated. The size of the final equation for calculating the insertion loss rapidly increases with the number of current compensated inductors.

Keywords

Electromagnetic compatibility EMC, EMI mains filter, insertion loss, impedance termination, filter model, modified nodal voltage method, current compensated inductors.

RIV year

2008

Released

05.09.2008

Publisher

UREL

Location

Brno

Pages from

8

Pages to

14

Pages count

7

BibTex


@article{BUT47659,
  author="Jiří {Dřínovský} and Jiří {Svačina} and Zbyněk {Raida}",
  title="Simple Models of EMI Filters for Low Frequency Range",
  annote="This paper deals with mathematical simulations of EMI filters' performance. These filters are commonly used for the suppressing of electromagnetic interference which penetrates through the power supply networks. The performance of these filters depends on terminating impedances which are plugged to the inputs and outputs clamps of the EMI filters. This paper describes the method by which it is possible to calculate the insertion loss of the filters. The method is based on the modified nodal voltage method. The circuitry of the EMI filters is used for their description. The effect of spurious components is not taken into account. The filter itself is described by set of admittance parameters, which makes the presented method more universal. The calculated results were compared with measured data of several filters for several impedance combinations. Different test setups, like asymmetrical, symmetrical, etc. were taken into account. The simplicity and accuracy of the presented method is discussed in the conclusion. The achieved accuracy is on high level. The described method is universal, but for filters with more than one current compensated inductor, the mentioned method is complicated. The size of the final equation for calculating the insertion loss rapidly increases with the number of current compensated inductors.",
  address="UREL",
  chapter="47659",
  institution="UREL",
  journal="Radioengineering",
  number="3",
  volume="17",
  year="2008",
  month="september",
  pages="8--14",
  publisher="UREL",
  type="journal article - other"
}