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Physical modeling of electromagnetic effects in robustness assessment of ship equipment in real conditions



Full text article ( in russian)

Year

 
2018

Issue

 
386

Volume

 
4

Pages

 
161-167

Caption

 
Physical modeling of electromagnetic effects in robustness assessment of ship equipment in real conditions

Authors

 
Gorodetsky B.N.

Keywords

 
electromagnetic field, ship, electromagnetic effects, equipment robustness, electromagnetic compatibility, physical modeling, full-scale tests, test equipment

DOI

 
10.24937/2542-2324-2018-4-386-161-167

Summary

 
Object and purpose of research.This paper discusses physical modeling of electromagnetic fields to assess robustness of ship equipment in real conditions. It tackles the specifics of electromagnetic environment formation in ship spaces in terms of inside-system and outside-system external electromagnetic effects, and also describes peculiarities of test equipment for simulation of electromagnetic effects in full-scale physical experiments.
Subject matter and methodsMethods and conditions of full-scale physical modeling of electromagnetic environment in ship spaces and simulation of adverse electromagnetic effects is based on principles and main provisions of the classic similarity theory that enables reliability of modeling results.
Main results.This paper justifies robustness test procedure for full-scale ship equipment and discusses peculiarities of the equipment required to perform these tests. The task is quite complex because simulation must include electromagnetic effects of various nature that cannot be simulated directly in the experiment, as well as because ship equipment must not be damaged during full-scale tests.
Conclusion.Robustness test procedure for ship equipment under inside-system electromagnetic effects and external electromagnetic attacks suggested in this paper can be applied in full-scale physical modeling of electromagnetic environment in ship spaces, making it possible to determine the levels of effects in the locations of equipment and crew, as well as to assess efficiency and sufficiency of adopted protective tools and measures. The set of test equipment discussed in this paper is basically an autonomous mobile electromagnetic laboratory put into a van. This laboratory can perform tests both in real conditions and at the test rigs of equipment developers and manufacturers.

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