Design and Analysis of Electromagnetic Insulators for Toyota Tactical Vehicle ECU
This study introduces the nature of electromagnetic bombs, how they work, the dangers, and how to deal with them. An electromagnetic bomb is a weapon that takes advantage of man's deep dependence on electricity and is designed accordingly. The purpose of this article is to design and fabricate Toyota 4.5F Tactical Vehicle ECU Electromagnetic Insulators. The design and construction of this device is also considered as vital and crucial equipment during electronic warfare and EMP attacks, so that it can be used as a reinforcement and vice versa, a weakening element or divider of the power of the enemy forces. The present study was performed as a numerical simulation in Comsol software environment. The results showed that the use of insulation is very effective in protecting the target systems against the damaging effects of electromagnetic waves. Additionally, the maximum amount of radiation to the ECU is at an angle of 0.25 radians and the minimum amount of radiation to ECU is recorded at an angle of 3.14 radians.
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