NON-IONIZING RADIATION - ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The objective of the course is to teach the students how to make measurents of non-ionizing radiations, including measurements of noise and vibrations, making clear both the technical and legal aspects.
Moreover, the course aims to provide the students the theoretical and practical knowledge to manage the environmental impact of electromagnetic fields.
Physics I, Physics II
Course contents summary
Instrumentation and regulations for measuring UV, visible and IR radiations.
Instrumentation and regulation for ELF and microwaves measurements.
Basic theory of electromagnetic fields at low and high frequency; knowledge of common electromagnetic field sources; biological effects of field exposure; national and international laws; measurements at low and high frequency.
Instrumentation and regulation for vibrations and noise measurements. Practice with instrumentation.
Practice with all instrumentation.
Classroom notes, CEI regulation
Classroom lectures and internship
Assessment methods and criteria