Development and applications of the cavity model and FDTD for power integrity and EMI problems
Keywords and Phrases
Cavity model; Power integrity
"This dissertation discusses four topics relevant to power integrity and EMC."--Abstract, page iv.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Ph. D. in Electrical Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
Journal article titles appearing in thesis/dissertation
- FDTD modeling of thin power delivery planes with skin-effect loss and time-history extrapolation
- Efficient approach for power delivery network design with closed-form expressions of parasitic inductances
- Fast calculation of the impedance matrix of a power area and a spice equivalent circuit
- Coupling between differential signals and the DC power-bus in multilayer PCBs
- Mitigation of EMI associated with heatsinks and heatpipes in high-speed electronic equipment
xiii, 110 leaves
© 2004 Chen Wang, All rights reserved.
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Wang, Chen, "Development and applications of the cavity model and FDTD for power integrity and EMI problems" (2004). Doctoral Dissertations. 1509.
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