EMC Design for PCB Design for New Energy Vehicles
I.D. # C1702 Duration 2 Days

Developing environmentally cleaner and more fuel efficient vehicles is transforming the automotive industry worldwide, particularly in China with its emphasis on new energy vehicles.

There are many engineering challenges that must be addressed in designing effective new energy vehicles. The technical knowledge required to understand and make the right decisions with regard to powertrain architecture, powertrain controls, and energy management strategies is critical to success in this market.

This 2 day seminar will focus on providing attendees with an overview of hybrid electric vehicle propulsion systems followed by design and control approaches for series, parallel, and plug-in hybrid powertrains. Finally, high efficiency energy management strategies are addressed. To ensure a thorough understanding of the design concepts and practical applications covered in this course, a number of case problems, examples, and demonstrations are utilized.

Learning Objectives
By attending this training program you will be able to:
  • Identify EMC test projects of finished vehicles and parts as well as the nature of EMC testing
  • Examine EMC design methods
  • Acquire EMC architecture design methodology for parts, especially those for new energy vehicles
  • Acquire PCB design method for parts, especially those for new energy vehicles
  • Identify analysis method for EMC problems

Who Should Attend
This course is designed for hardware design engineer, EMC engineer, system engineer, finished vehicle control system design engineer, PCB layout engineer and test engineer.
Engineer who has a bachelor degree or above. Participants with EMC engineering experience is preferred.
Instructor(s): Junqi Zheng

Mr. Zheng is a well-known EMC expert who has long been engaged in the study of EMC theory and engineering and is rich in EMC practice and engineering experience. He mainly focuses on the study of EMC standard, EMC testing equipment and EMC product design for a variety of medical, civil, industrial, military and automobile parts.

He has published several papers related to EMC and holds a number of EMC patents. He is accomplished in EMC product design method and the construction of EMC laboratory with his research results involving different aspects of product PCB, wave filtering, grounding, shielding, EMC system design, etc.

He is the founder of ¿Risk Assessment Method of EMC Design¿ that firstly summarizes the methodology of EMC design of products which is widely adopted by R&D department of companies. He is a professional EMC instructor who has attended hundreds of EMC training courses and is thought highly of by companies and trainees. He is a leading trainer in the application of EMC engineering in China. He also holds the following positions:

  • Secretary General of National Technical Committee of Standardization on Radio Interference;
  • Deputy Director of Shanghai Testing and Inspection Institute for Electrical Equipment;
  • General Manager of Shanghai Tianwei Certification Technology Co., Ltd.;
  • IEC/CISPR registration specialist; IEC/ CISPR expert in the working group that develops and revises EMC standard for smart grid, photovoltaic inverter and auto parts;
  • Member of National Technical Committee of Standardization on Electromagnetic Compatibility;
  • Member of and Special EMC Instructor for the Expert Committee on Signal Processing of China High-tech Industrialization Association
  • Instructor of National Information Technology Education Project (NITE) of MIIT (Ministry of Industry and Information Technology) He has published several books on EMC which includes:
    • EMC testing and case study, 2006
    • Risk Assessment (Analysis) Method of EMC Design, 2008
    • EMC testing and case study, 2nd Edition, 2010 Among which EMC testing and case study, 2nd Edition has been published by Wiley, a well known American publisher, making it the first Chinese EMC book which is both published at home and abroad. 

Fees: $1299 SAE Members: $1169


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