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|Title:||Electromagnetic coupling on airborne structures and systems using NEC||Authors:||Ying, W.
|Issue Date:||2008||Citation:||Ying, W., Zheng, Z., Ooi, B.L. (2008). Electromagnetic coupling on airborne structures and systems using NEC. 2008 Asia-Pacific Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility and 19th International Zurich Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, APEMC 2008 : 786-789. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1109/APEMC.2008.4559993||Abstract:||Modern aircraft are increasingly packed with advanced and often sensitive electronic systems, making them very vulnerable to electromagnetic interference. Furthermore, the growing communication arena adds rapidly into the environment high power transmitters that produce field strength in excess of a 100 V/m in the vicinity of aircraft flight paths, rendering particularly the high power HF a real hazard to the flying aircraft with dimensions being within the resonant band of HF. This paper presents a quantitative approach to analyze this coupling mechanism. The feasibility of using NEC wire-grid scheme for analyzing field penetration into enclosures and interior cabling has been established for the first time. A full NEC wire-grid model of a fighter aircraft is developed and used extensively for simulation in support of theoretical predictions. Practical results and numerical insights, which are useful for aircraft engineers, are obtained directly on penetrating fields and cable coupling with different polarization's and frequencies both near and off resonance.||Source Title:||2008 Asia-Pacific Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility and 19th International Zurich Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, APEMC 2008||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/70134||ISBN:||9810806280||DOI:||10.1109/APEMC.2008.4559993|
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