In this paper an electromagnetic characterization of an EMI/EMC test facility for electric propulsion thrusters is presented. To this end, an analysis of the electromagnetic field radiated outside a hollow dielectric cylinder by an internal elementary source has been conducted, by means of a high-frequency technique, stemming from an iterative implementation of Physical Optics. The numerical implementation shows very good agreement between the simplified high frequency solution and the results obtained by the Green's function for the canonical problem (2D case), and CST simulations (3D case).

Albani, M., Puggelli, F., Toccafondi, A., Meniconi, G., & Scortecci, F. (2019). Characterization of EMI/EMC Ground Test Facility for Electric Propulsion Thrusters By Means of Iterative Physical Optics. In Proceedings of 2019 ESA Workshop on Aerospace EMC, Aerospace EMC 2019 (pp.1-6). New York : Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. [10.23919/AeroEMC.2019.8788931].

Characterization of EMI/EMC Ground Test Facility for Electric Propulsion Thrusters By Means of Iterative Physical Optics

Albani M.;Puggelli F.;Toccafondi A.;
2019

Abstract

In this paper an electromagnetic characterization of an EMI/EMC test facility for electric propulsion thrusters is presented. To this end, an analysis of the electromagnetic field radiated outside a hollow dielectric cylinder by an internal elementary source has been conducted, by means of a high-frequency technique, stemming from an iterative implementation of Physical Optics. The numerical implementation shows very good agreement between the simplified high frequency solution and the results obtained by the Green's function for the canonical problem (2D case), and CST simulations (3D case).
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Albani, M., Puggelli, F., Toccafondi, A., Meniconi, G., & Scortecci, F. (2019). Characterization of EMI/EMC Ground Test Facility for Electric Propulsion Thrusters By Means of Iterative Physical Optics. In Proceedings of 2019 ESA Workshop on Aerospace EMC, Aerospace EMC 2019 (pp.1-6). New York : Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. [10.23919/AeroEMC.2019.8788931].
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