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ListofdocsonEMC&FunctionalSafety28Nov06

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    email: keith.armstrong@cherryclough.com

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    List of resources on EMC-related Functional Safety

    These may be referred to in papers and articles, and/or may serve as useful sources

    thThis edition of this list was created by Keith Armstrong on 28 November 2006

     new material since January 2005 is shown with a yellow highlight

    If you know of any other relevant documents, presentations, standards or references, please let me know.

    This list is available on-line at:

    http://www.iee.org/OnComms/PN/emc/EMCandFunctionalSafety.cfm

    which includes links to many of the documents listed

Contents

    1 Relevant Standards and Guides ............................................................................................................ 1

    nd2 „EMC-Related Functional Safety‟ seminar, London, 22 March 2001 .................................................... 2

    3 Workshop on Functional Safety and EMC, EMC Europe 2000, Bruges, Sept 11-15 2000 ...................... 3

    4 Other articles, papers, publications etc. which include EMC-related functional safety issues .................. 3

1 Relevant Standards and Guides

    1.1 EMC for Machinery Safety and Compliance with the Machinery Safety Directive

    EMC Test Labs Association (EMCTLA) Technical Guidance Note number 45 (TGN45) available from

    www.emctla.co.uk

    1.2 EMCD / LVD guidance document (EMC for Compliance with the Low Voltage Directive)

    EMC Test Labs Association (EMCTLA) Technical Guidance Note number 46 (TGN46) available from

    www.emctla.co.uk

    1.3 PD R0BT-004 : 2002 EC Directives, functional safety and the role of CENELEC standardization

    1.4 IEC/TS 61000-1-2:2001 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Part 1-2: General Methodology

    for the achievement of the functional safety of electrical and electronic equipment with regard

    to electromagnetic phenomena

    1.5 IEE Guidance document on EMC and Functional Safety

    Institution of Electrical Engineers, London, 2000.

    Homepage: http://www.iee.org/Policy/Areas/Emc/index.cfm and freely downloadable as a „Core‟

    document and nine „Industry Annexes‟ in Word and PDF formats from:

    www.iee.org.uk/Policy/Areas/Electro/ .

    (Note: both of these URLs are case sensitive, so type them exactly as shown above).

    It is OK to „cut and paste‟ parts of this guide as long as their IEE source document is acknowledged.

    But although the guide is freely available from the IEE, it is apparently not acceptable to the IEE to

    copy it and make it freely available yourself even with full acknowledgement. 1.6 IEC 61508 (seven parts) Functional safety of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic

    safety-related systems

    I have a detailed list of all the references to EMC-related issues in IEC 61508‟s seven parts, which I

    will email if required in Word format.

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1.7 Safecheck: a practical guide to using IEC 61508

    This is a graphical guide that steers you through IEC 61508 and prompts you to do the necessary

    documentation. It has been developed by Professor Johan Catrysse at KHBO University, Belgium, for

    use by companies who cannot afford to employ a full-time safety specialist. The application and its

    guides are freely downloadable from addresses provided by the installation guide at:

    http://khbo.be/emc/PrUtS16s29a4f9e/Hobusafe.zip.

    Be sure to follow the instructions in the Installation Guide. If you have problems in downloading or

    would prefer it on a CD-ROM instead, contact Prof. Catrysse at johan.catrysse@kh.khbo.be.

    1.8 IEC 61511 Functional safety instrumented systems for the process industry sector

    Based on IEC 61508.

    1.9 Draft IEC 62061 Functional safety of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic control

    systems for machinery

    Based on IEC 61508.

    1.10 MIL-STD-464, 18 March 1997 Department of Defense Interface Standard Electromagnetic

    Environmental effects Requirements for Systems

    Contains a great deal of advice based on experience with EMC-related reliability and functional safety

    issues (including fuel and explosives) in the USA‟s military forces, including some environments with

    very high-level electromagnetic threats, such as close proximity to powerful radars and direct lightning

    strikes. It is easiest to find free download sites for US military standards by typing the number of the

    standard required into Google (http://www.google.com).

    nd2 ‘EMC-Related Functional Safety’ seminar, London, 22 March 2001

    ndThis IEE seminar was part of the EFT2001 conference, held at the ExCel Center, London UK, on the 22

    March 2001. I have nearly all the presentations as PowerPoint files. Each of these presentations takes about 20 minutes.

    2.1 Why we now need to consider EMC for functional safety

    Dr Peter Kerry, Radiocommunications Agency, President of CISPR

    (PowerPoint: 2.84MB, 11 slides)

    2.2 Functional safety and IEC 61508

    Ron Bell, Head of Electrical and Control Systems Unit, Health and Safety Executive

    (PowerPoint: 357kB, 37 slides)

    2.3 The draft IEC 61000-1-2: "EMC and functional safety"

    Simon Brown, Principal Specialist Inspector, Health and Safety Executive

    (PowerPoint: 113kB, 11 slides)

    2.4 A procedure for managing EMC to achieve functional safety

    Keith Armstrong, Partner, Cherry Clough Consultants (chair of the IEE Working Group that produced

    the IEE‟s Guide on EMC and Functional Safety)

    (PowerPoint: 1.13MB, 23 slides)

    2.5 Building services and electricity distribution

    Dr Oona Nanka-Bruce, Consultant Engineer, ERA Technology Ltd

    (PowerPoint: not available)

    2.6 Healthcare

    Vic Clements, RFI Technology Ltd

    (PowerPoint: 77kB, 14 slides)

    2.7 Offshore oil and gas

    Roger Emberson, Head of Telecommunications, Kvaerner Oil and Gas

    (PowerPoint: 804kB, 14 slides)

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2.8 Rail transport

    Dr Bob Holmes, Green Leader Ltd

    (PowerPoint: 1.07MB, 10 slides)

    2.9 Road transport

    Chris Marshman, Director, York EMC

    (PowerPoint: 177kB, 17 slides)

    2.10 Software issues

    Dr David Ward, Manager Advanced Engineering, Electrical Group, Motor Industry Research

    Association (MIRA)

    (PowerPoint: 800kB, 19 slides)

    2.11 Controlling EMC in heavy engineering projects

    John Whaley, Director, World Wide International Electrical Approvals

    (PowerPoint: 227B, 12 slides)

    3 Workshop on Functional Safety and EMC, EMC Europe 2000, Bruges,

    Sept 11-15 2000

    All of these are published in the conference proceedings: ISBN 90-76019-14-2 D2000/0277/4 Technologisch Instituut vzw, Volume 2, pp 361-383, which I have in hard copy format only. 3.1 Introducing the IEE‘s draft Guidance document on EMC and Functional Safety

    Keith Armstrong, chair of the IEE Working Group that created this guide 3.2 Introduction of the IEC and CENELEC work on Functional Safety

    Georges Goldberg, Convenor IEC TC 77, WG 14

    3.3 Example of the application of IEC 61000-1-2

    (Fault Tree analysis of an electronic gas burner controller with respect to electromagnetic phenomena)

    Dick Groot Boerle, Thomson CSF Signaal, NL, member WG 14

    3.4 Example of the application of IEC 61000-1-2

    (Fault tree analysis of an HV substation)

    Georges Goldberg, Convenor IEC TC 77, WG 14

    3.5 Introduction to IEC 61508 in the context of EMC

    Simon J Brown and Neil A Gove, Health and Safety Executive, UK

    4 Other articles, papers, publications etc. which include EMC-related

    functional safety issues

    These are in addition to those listed in sections 1 - 4 above and I have most of them only as paper copies, not in electronic format. I could fax the paper copies to a few people if they were really interested in them and

    couldn’t get them any other way.

    4.1 Banana Skins

    A regular column in the EMC Compliance Journal for over four years, briefly describing instances

    where EMC problems have been experienced. Some of the items in this series concern EMC-related-

    safety issues. (All EMC Journal and EMC Compliance Journal articles are available on-line from the

    archive at www.compliance-club.com.)

    There is also a „Banana Skins Compendium‟ document that includes them all, which can be

    downloaded from the „Publications & Downloads‟ page at www.cherryclough.com.

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    4.2 The Effect on Cable Threats of Many Different Lightning Attachment Scenarios

    Dr Christopher C R Jones, EMC-UK 2006 Conference, Newbury UK, October 17-18 2006, pp 75-78,

    Proceedings available from Nutwood UK, sales@nutwood.eu.com

    4.3 Risk-Based Compatibility Outline Concepts

    Tim Haynes, EMC-UK 2006 Conference, Newbury UK, October 17-18 2006, pp 79-89,

    Proceedings available from Nutwood UK, sales@nutwood.eu.com

    4.4 A Risk-Based Approach to EMC on Rail Projects

    Darren Hayes, EMC-UK 2006 Conference, Newbury UK, October 17-18 2006, pp 90 - 98,

    Proceedings available from Nutwood UK, sales@nutwood.eu.com

    4.5 Meeting Commercial EMC Requirements in Safety Critical Equipment

    Tony Maddocks, EMC-UK 2006 Conference, Newbury UK, October 17-18 2006, pp 99-102,

    Proceedings available from Nutwood UK, sales@nutwood.eu.com

    4.6 Design and Mitigation Techniques for EMC for Functional Safety and High Reliability

    Keith Armstrong, EMC-UK 2006 Conference, Newbury UK, October 17-18 2006, pp 103-109,

    Proceedings available from Nutwood UK, sales@nutwood.eu.com

    4.7 Whole Aircraft HIRF Test Experiences: A Practical Viewpoint

    Roger Marson, EMC-UK 2006 Conference, Newbury UK, October 17-18 2006, pp 113-116,

    Proceedings available from Nutwood UK, sales@nutwood.eu.com (especially page 114)

    4.8 DO160/ED14 ―F‖ Revision

    Tim Noad and Dr Nigel Carter, EMC-UK 2006 Conference, Newbury UK, October 17-18 2006, pp 117-

    119, Proceedings available from Nutwood UK, sales@nutwood.eu.com (especially page 118)

    4.9 Direct Current Injection An Alternative to High Intensity Radiated Field Test for EMC

    Clearance of Mobile Platforms

    A G Llewellyn and A M Wellington, EMC-UK 2006 Conference, Newbury UK, October 17-18 2006, pp

    120-122, Proceedings available from Nutwood UK, sales@nutwood.eu.com (especially the

    Introduction)

    4.10 Design and Mitigation Techniques for EMC for Functional Safety

    Keith Armstrong, IEEE 2006 International EMC Symposium, Portland, OR, USA,

    August 14-18, ISBN: 1-4244-0294-8, http://www.ewh.ieee.org/soc/emcs

    4.11 Controlling EMI to achieve Functional Safety: Why Traditional Immunity Testing is Inadequate,

    and What Should be Done Instead

    Keith Armstrong, IEEE 2006 International EMC Symposium, Portland, OR, USA,

    August 14-18, TC-8 Workshop, ISBN: 1-4244-0294-8, http://www.ewh.ieee.org/soc/emcs

    4.12 Modern Spacecraft Antique Specifications

    Ron Brewer and Dawn Trout, IEEE 2006 International EMC Symposium, Portland, OR, USA,

    August 14-18, ISBN: 1-4244-0294-8, http://www.ewh.ieee.org/soc/emcs

    4.13 When Failure Strikes

    Professor Henry Petroski of Duke University, New Scientist, Issue 2562, 02 August 2006,

    www.newscientist.com (Does not specifically address EMC for Functional Safety, but is a relevant

    document nevertheless. Shows that absence of evidence is not evidence of absence, with reference to

    the recent space shuttle disaster)

    4.14 Why EMC Testing is Inadequate for Functional Safety and What Should be Done Instead,

    Keith Armstrong, The 1st Institution of Engineering and Technology International Conference on

    System Safety Savoy Place, London, UK, 6 8 June 2006, www.theiet.org.uk

    4.15 Tutorial on EMC for Functional Safety, including an introduction to IEC 61000-1-2

    Keith Armstrong and Dr Bernd Jaekel, EMC-Europe 2006, Barcelona, Spain, Sep 4-8 2006,

    ISBN: 84-689-9438-3, http://www.emceurope2006.org

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    4.16 EMI and Functional Safety Why Traditional Immunity Testing is Inadequate, and What Should

    be Done Instead

    Keith Armstrong, 17th International Zurich Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, 27 Feb - 3

    Mar 2006, Singapore, http://www.emc-zurich.org

    4.17 EM phenomena and what they can affect

    Keith Armstrong, Health and Safety Executive, Electrical and Control Systems Technical Seminar,

    18th 20th January 2006

    4.18 Designing for Life for the World in Which We Live

    Ken Webb, The EMC Journal, January 2006, pp 27-28, www.compliance-club.com

    4.19 Traditional Immunity Standards are Inadequate for Proving EMC for Functional Safety

    Keith Armstrong, EMC-UK 2005 Conference, Newbury UK, October 11-12 2005, pp 21-25,

    Proceedings available from Nutwood UK, sales@nutwood.eu.com

    4.20 The Design of Military Equipment Enclosures to Minimise the Effects of Corrosion

    John Terry, EMC-UK 2005 Conference, Newbury UK, October 13-14 2005, pp 85-88, Proceedings

    available from Nutwood UK, sales@nutwood.eu.com (Recommends that EMC testing is done after full

    environmental testing, to check that EMC performance lasts the intended life of the equipment) 4.21 First Amendment to the International Standard for EMC on Medical Devices

    Daniel D Hoolihan, Interference Technology EMC Directory & Design Guide 2005, pp 73-78,

    www.interferencetechnology.com (This was Amendment 1 2004, to the second edition of IEC 60601-

    1-2:2001, in which it was pointed out in Clause 36.202.1 a) that it is not, after all, a safety standard,

    and referring users to IEC 61000-1-2 for EMC for safety.)

    4.22 Specifying Lifecycle Electromagnetic and Physical Environments to Help Design and Test for

    EMC for Functional Safety

    Keith Armstrong, IEEE 2005 International EMC Symposium, Chicago, IL, USA,

    August 8-12 2005, ISBN: 0-7803-9380-5,, http://www.ewh.ieee.org/soc/emcs

    4.23 How EMI Can Cause Functional Safety Problems

    Keith Armstrong, IEEE 2005 International EMC Symposium, Chicago, IL, USA,

    August 8-12 2005, TC-8 Workshop, ISBN: 0-7803-9380-5, http://www.ewh.ieee.org/soc/emcs

    4.24 A Smooth-Running Market Surveillance Plan for Electrical Products

    Jyri Rajamäki, Product Safety Enforcement, Safety Technology Authority (TUKES), Finland, IEEE

    2005 International Symposium on EMC, Chicago, IL, USA, August 8-12 2005, pp 1-6, ISBN: 0-7803-

    9380-5, http://www.ewh.ieee.org/soc/emcs (For EMC for Functional Safety issues, see page 5 of this

    paper.)

    4.25 Introduction to EMC for Functional Safety

    Keith Armstrong, EMC Society of Australia Newsletter, Issue No. 30, June 2005, pp 8-16,

    http://http://www.emcsa.org.au

    4.26 EMC for Functional Safety The Next 10 Years

    Keith Armstrong, The EMC & Compliance Journal, March 2005, pp 16, www.compliance-club.com

    4.27 Why All the Concern Over EMI and EMC?

    The Back Page, EMC Society of Australia Newsletter, Issue No. 29, March 2005, pp 29,

    http://http://www.emcsa.org.au reporting on an article available from

    http://www.intetron.com/technobabble.htm

    4.28 Why EMC Immunity Testing is Inadequate for Functional Safety

    Keith Armstrong, Conformity, March 2005, pp 15-23, www.conformity.com

    4.29 EMC Management on Channel Tunnel Rail Link

    Dominic Kelsey, EMC-UK 2004 Conference, Newbury UK, October 18-19 2004, pp 64-69,

    Proceedings available from Nutwood UK, sales@nutwood.eu.com

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4.30 The Jammed Wheelchair: A Case Study of EMC and Functional Safety

    Dick Groote Boerle, Frank Leferink, IEEE EMC Society Newsletter, Issue 203, Fall 2004, pp 63-67,

    http://www.ewh.ieee.org/soc/emcs

    4.31 Existing Products: How Far Should Firms Go in Evaluating New Risks

    Trevor Lewis, CLINICA World Medical Device & Diagnostic News, 23 August 2004, Issue 1122, pp 6,

    http://www.clinica.co.uk

    4.32 Is the EU Underplaying the Device Interference Problem?

    CLINICA World Medical Device & Diagnostic News, 21 June 2004, Issue 1113, pp 8,

    http://www.clinica.co.uk

    4.33 The Challenges of Military Avionics EMC

    Dr Nigel J Carter, EMC-UK 2004 Conference, Newbury UK, October 18-19 2004, pp 184-187,

    Proceedings available from Nutwood UK, sales@nutwood.eu.com

    4.34 Introduction to EMC for Functional Safety

    Keith Armstrong, EMC-UK 2004 Conference, Newbury UK, October 18-19 2004, pp 116-123,

    Proceedings available from Nutwood UK, sales@nutwood.eu.com

    4.35 Developments in IEC 61000-1-2

    Simon Brown, EMC-UK 2004 Conference, Newbury UK, October 18-19 2004, Proceedings available

    from Nutwood UK, sales@nutwood.eu.com

    4.36 Supplying EMC Services on London Underground Projects

    Dominic Kelsey, EMC-UK 2004 Conference, Newbury UK, October 18-19 2004, pp 64-68,

    Proceedings available from Nutwood UK, sales@nutwood.eu.com

    4.37 Supplying EMC Services on London Underground Projects

    Peter Dorey, EMC-UK 2004 Conference, Newbury UK, October 18-19 2004, pp 59-63, Proceedings

    available from Nutwood UK, sales@nutwood.eu.com

    4.38 Functional safety requires much more than EMC testing

    Keith Armstrong, EMC-Europe 2004 (International Symposium on EMC), Eindhoven, The Netherlands,

    September 6-10 2004, pp 348-353, ISBN: 90-6144-990-1

    4.39 The Jammed Wheelchair: A Case Study of EMC and Functional Safety

    Dick Groote Boerle, Frank Leferink, EMC-Europe 2004 (International Symposium on EMC), Eindhoven,

    The Netherlands, September 6-10 2004, pp 342-347, ISBN: 90-6144-990-1

    4.40 EMC for Functional Safety

    Keith Armstrong, 2004 IEEE Symposium on Product Safety Engineering, Santa Clara, August 13-15

    2004, http://www.ieee-pses.org

    4.41 Portable Wireless Device Threat Assessment for Aircraft Navigation Radios

    T X Nhuyen, S V Koppen, J J Ely, R A Williams, L J Smith, M T P Salud, 2004 IEEE International EMC

    Symposium, Santa Clara, August 9-13 2004, pp 809-814, CD-ROM: ISBN 0-7803-8444-X; Softcover:

    ISBN 0-7803-8443-1

    4.42 Why EMC Immunity Testing is Inadequate for Functional Safety

    Keith Armstrong, 2004 IEEE International EMC Symposium, Santa Clara, August 9-13 2004, pp 145-

    149, CD-ROM: ISBN 0-7803-8444-X; Softcover: ISBN 0-7803-8443-1

    4.43 Correlations between EMI Statistics and EMC Market Surveillance in Finland

    Jyri Rajamäki, 2004 IEEE International EMC Symposium, Santa Clara, August 9-13 2004, CD-ROM:

    ISBN 0-7803-8444-X; Softcover: ISBN 0-7803-8443-1 pp 649-654 (the last page is the one that

    mentions EMC for Functional Safety)

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4.44 Introduction to EMC for Functional Safety

    Keith Armstrong, 2004 IEEE International EMC Symposium (TC-8 Workshop), Santa Clara, August 9-

    13 2004, CD-ROM: ISBN 0-7803-8444-X; Softcover: ISBN 0-7803-8443-1 Workshop Volume pp 434-

    443

    4.45 EMC-Related Functional Safety: Improving the Assessment Approach

    Keith Armstrong, Compliance Engineering‟s 2004 Annual Reference Guide, pages 146-158,

    http://www.ce-mag.com.

    4.46 Functional Safety and EMC

    Simon J Brown and William A Radasky, presented at the IEC Advisory Committee on Safety (ACOS)

    Workshop VII, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, March 9-10 2004.

    4.47 EMC for Functional Safety

    Simon Brown, Nick Williams, Keith Armstrong, one-day IEE training course held at Austin Court, thBirmingham, February 10 2004. It is planned to run this course two or three times each year, contact

    Barrie Ross-Dow for details: BRossDow@iee.org.uk.

    4.48 ERA‘s long-term contribution to making Terminal Five safer

    Dr Cristophe Dognon, ERA newsletter Solutions@ERA, Winter 2003 edition, page 1

    4.49 Scenarios for the requirements of electrical products with a built-in radio device

    Jyri Rajamäki, XXVIII Convention on Radio Science & IV Finnish Wireless Communication Workshop,

    University of Oulu, October 16-17 2003.

    4.50 GE/RT8015 and Safety thJeff Allan, David Bulgin, IEE Seminar “EMC Assurance in a railway environment”, 9 September 2003,

    pages 4/1-4/5, for the Proceedings, contact sales@iee.org.uk.

    4.51 Review of Progress with EMC-Related Functional Safety

    Keith Armstrong, IEEE 2003 Symposium on EMC, Boston, August 18-22 2003, pages 454-460 in the

    Symposium Record: 0-7803-7835-0/03

    4.52 Practical approach to actual EMC/GSM testing in the Paris ―Metro‖ subway and Regional

    Transit systems

    Alain Azoulay, Jean-Dominique Tomec, IEEE 2003 Symposium on EMC, Boston, August 18-22 2003,

    pages 404-408 in the Symposium Record: 0-7803-7835-0/03

    4.53 Should mobile phone be allowed in hospitals?

    Kirsten J Cadman, Keith Armstrong and others, EMC & Compliance Journal May 2003, page 8,

    “News and Information”, http://www.compliance-club.com.

    4.54 EMC Assurance and Safety Critical Apparatus in a Railway Environment

    Ade Ogunsala, Simon Pomeroy, IEEE 2003 International Symposium on EMC, Istanbul, May 2003 4.55 EMC-related Functional Safety thKeith Armstrong, IEE Sussex Branch meeting at Aviation House, Gatwick Airport, 27 February 2003

    4.56 EMC and Functional Safety in Healthcare Applications

    Keith Armstrong, Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine (IPEM) conference: “Practical thMethods of Mitigation of EMF and EMI Hazards within Hospitals”, York, U.K., 28 January 2003

    (invited speaker), www.ipem.org.uk

    4.57 EMC-related Functional Safety an update

    Keith Armstrong, EMC Compliance Journal, Issue 44, January 2003, pp. 24-30, www.compliance-

    club.com

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4.58 Commission Opinion Safety of Toasters 2002/C 300/04

    This „opinion‟ makes it clear that complying with EN 61335-2-9 (Safety of Household appliances

    Particular requirements for toasters, grills, roasters and similar portable cooking appliances) does not

    cover issues where interference could affect electronically controlled appliances. 4.59 EMC and Safety under the LVD, 72/23/EEC

    Peter Burt, in ERA‟s Safety and EMC Newsletter, No. 66, December 2002, pp. 7-10,

    safety.emc@era.co.uk

    4.60 Readers Comments

    Keith Armstrong, in ERA‟s Safety and EMC Newsletter, No. 66, December 2002, pp. 2-3,

    safety.emc@era.co.uk

    4.61 EMC Safety Implications

    Keith Armstrong, Approval Magazine, December 2002, pp. 21-23, www.approval.co.uk

    4.62 Safety Aspects of EMC Case Study of a Prosecution thSimon Brown, UK Health and Safety Executive, presented at Club Européen North West, 12

    November 2002 (contact: Stewart Mackay, stewart@directives.co.uk)

    4.63 On the Necessity of EMC Management Plans for Fixed Installations

    Christophe Dognon of ERA Technology Ltd, France, in ERA‟s Safety and EMC Newsletter

    (safety.emc@era.co.uk), No. 65, October 2002, pages 5 - 7.

    4.64 EMC and Functional Safety

    Keith Armstrong, presented to the Southern Compliance Association (SCA) meeting At TUV Product

    Service, Segensworth, Hants, U.K., 31 October 2002, www.emc-resources.co.uk

    4.65 04/06/02: Meeting with CEN Machinery consultants and CEN premises (Brussels)

    R. De Vré, Cenelec EMC Consultants Report, BT113/SG4852/DC, Item 1.6 4.66 New guidance on EMC and Safety for machinery manufacturers

    Keith Armstrong, 2002 IEEE International EMC Symposium, Minneapolis, August 19 - 23 2002 st(session WE-PM-N.6, 21 August). Conference Proceedings: ISBN: 0-7803-7264-6, pp 680-685,

    www.ieee.org.

    4.67 EMC and Functional Safety, Impact of IEC 61000-1-2

    Dick J. Groot Boerle of Thales Nederland B.V., IEEE 2002 International EMC Symposium,

    Minneapolis, USA, August 19-23 2002. Conference Proceedings: ISBN: 0-7803-7264-6, pp 353-358,

    www.ieee.org.

    4.68 Aircraft hazards by using portable electronic devices (PED) thWolfgang Kreitmair-Steck and Wolfgang Tauber, Proceedings of the 16 International Wroclaw

    Symposium and Exhibition on EMC, Wroclaw, Poland, June 25-28, 2002, pp. 383-388 4.69 The Case for Combining EMC and Environmental Testing

    William H Parker, Wayne Tustin and Tony Masone, ITEM 2002, pages 54 60, http://www.rb-

    item.com

    4.70 EMC and Machinery Safety A new guide ndKeith Armstrong, York EMC 2002, 2 July 2002, Conference Proceedings ISBN: 1-902009-09-6

    www.yorkemc.co.uk

    4.71 EMC and Functional Safety for the Offshore Industries thKeith Armstrong, Compliance Ecosse, Aberdeen, 29 May 2002

    st4.72 Nasa Aviation Safety Reporting System - report 1 May 2002 - Passenger Electronic Devices

    50 reports of aviation safety incidents involving personal electronic devices (PEDs) only some of which stare concerned with interference, 1 May 2002.

    Available from: http://asrs.arc.nasa.gov/report_sets/ped.pdf

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4.73 Fibre optics to aid helicopter safety

    Rob Coppinger, The Engineer, 19 April 2002, pp. 11

    4.74 EMC Assurance in Safety Critical Applications

    Ade Ogunsola of ALSTOM, paper presented to North West Club Européen meeting at Salford thUniversity, UK, 10 April 2002 (contact stewart@directives.co.uk for a copy)

    4.75 Safety Implications of EMC

    John Whaley, wwIEA, Approval, March/April 2002 pp 25 - 29 and May/June 2002 pp 19-21,

    www.approval.co.uk, john@wwiea.co.uk

    4.76 Smart Appliances and EMC

    Nissen Isakov, Appliance Manufacturer, March 2002, pp 16-17

    4.77 EMC-Related Functional Safety

    Keith Armstrong, SCSC (Safety-Critical Systems Club) Newsletter, Volume 11, Number 2, January

    2002, pp. 7-10, www.safety-club.org.uk

    4.78 EMC-Related Functional Safety

    Keith Armstrong, ITEM UPDATE 2001, pages 52-59, www.rbitem.com

    4.79 EMC design considerations for medical products

    Anthony A Dibiase, ITEM UPDATE 2001, pp 41-43, www.rbitem.com

    4.80 EMC-related Functional Safety of Electronically Controlled Equipment

    Keith Armstrong, Compliance Engineering European Edition 2001 Annual Reference Guide, pp 16-23

    also Compliance Engineering 2001 Annual Reference Guide (USA edition) pp 40-50. Available from

    www.ce-mag.com.

    4.81 Works right without risk EMC and functional safety

    S. Brown, J.Delaballe, G.Goldberg, D.Groot Boerle, B.Radasky, R.Showers

    in IEC etech-live: www.iec.ch/etech/etech-live/frames-prod-e.htm

    4.82 Machinery Safety and the EMC Directive

    John Whaley, Approval 2001 Conference, Blenheim Palace, November 26/27 2001-11-05

    PowerPoint presentation (36 slides, contact John at john@wwiea.co.uk)

    4.83 New Guidance on EMC-Related Functional Safety

    Keith Armstrong, 2001 IEEE EMC International Symposium, Montreal, August 13-17 2001 (session thD3-P3, 15 August). Conference Proceedings: ISBN 0-7803-6569-0/01 pp. 774-779, www.ieee.org

    4.84 Immunity testing for active implantable cardiovascular devices

    Daniel D. Hooloihan, ITEM 2001, pp 45-48 www.rbitem.com

    4.85 EMC challenges for electronic systems

    William A Radasky, Compliance Engineering European Edition 2001 Annual Reference Guide, pp 10-

    15, also Compliance Engineering 2001 Annual Reference Guide (USA edition) pp. 18-30, www.ce-

    mag.com

    4.86 Do we ever take risks?

    John Baden Fuller, IEE Engineering Management Journal, Editorial, June 2001, pp. 98-100,

    sales@iee.org.uk

    4.87 IEE Guidance on EMC and Functional Safety

    Keith Armstrong, Euro EMC 2001 Conference, Nepcon 2001 at the NEC, Birmingham UK, April 3-5 th2001 (paper presented on 5 April)

    4.88 Rise in radio signals worries safety experts thElectronics Times No. 1036, 9 April 2001, pp. 1 + 52

    List of resources on EMC-related Functional Safety, 28 Nov 06 Page 9 of 12

4.89 EMC Directive: how safe is safe? thElectronics Times No. 1036, 9 April 2001, pp. 16

    4.90 EMC and Functional Safety thKeith Armstrong, Compliance Ecosse, 28 March 2001, Hillcroft Hotel, Whitburn, West Lothian, UK 4.91 EMC & Functional Safety thProf. ir. J. Catrysse, KHBO (Belgium), Workshop 23: EMV „01 (Augsburg) 14 March 2001

    johan.catrysse@kh.khbo.be

    4.92 Bridging the gap between EMC and Functional Safety thKeith Armstrong, Club Européen North West meeting, 15 February 2001, Celestica, Kidsgrove UK

    4.93 Mayo Clinic Proceedings, Vol. 76 p11

    4.94 EMC and Functional Safety

    Keith Armstrong, IEE Review November 2000, pp. 34-37, www.iee.org.uk

    4.95 Addressing the risk of EMC problems with mobile radio transmitters

    Ian D Flintoff, Martin P Robinson, Stuart J Porter, Andrew C Marvin, Compliance Engineering,

    Sept/Oct 2000, pp. 30-38, www.ce-mag.com

    4.96 Combined effects of several, simultaneous, EMI couplings

    Michel Mardiguian, IEEE 2000 International Symposium on EMC, Washington DC, August 21-25 2000,

    pages 181-184 in the Conference proceedings, ISBN 0-7803-5680-2.

    4.97 Intentional Electromagnetic Interference (EMI): What is the threat and what can we do about it?

    Manuel W Wik, William A Radasky, Robert L Gardner, EMC 2000, Wroclaw Poland, June 2000,

    download from: www.metatechcorp.com

    4.98 Electromagnetic compatibility strategy for the future

    William A Radasky, Metatech Corporation, download from http://www.metatechcorp.com/EMC.html

    4.99 Mobile may have caused Swiss air crash thDaily Telegraph, 11 January 2001, page 16

    4.100 EMC and Functional Safety

    (A synopsis of the IEE‟s Guidance Document)

    By IPC editorial staff, International Product Compliance (IPC) magazine, Sept/Oct 2000 issue, pp. 6-

    18

    4.101 The applicability of the EMC Directive to Machinery Safety Assessment

    Tony Leathart, Compliance Engineering 2000 Annual Reference Guide (USA edition), pp. 248 253,

    www.ce-mag.com

    4.102 FDA Public Health Advisory: Risk of Electromagnetic Interference with Medical Telemetry

    Systems

    FDA (the USA‟s Food and Drug Administration), July 10, 2000

    4.103 EMC and Functional Safety IEE Guidance

    Keith Armstrong, EMC York 2000 Conference, University of York, UK, June 10-11 2000 4.104 TETRA the Noise Source: preventing interference

    Tim Jarvis, Compliance Engineering, May/June 2000, pp. 36-38, www.ce.mag.com

    4.105 Update on medical devices and EMC

    Daniel D Hoolihan, ITEM 2000, pp. 82-85, www.rbitem.com

    List of resources on EMC-related Functional Safety, 28 Nov 06 Page 10 of 12

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