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Estimation Of The Electric Field Generated By Power Lines With The Adaptive Integral Method

A.Mori, P.De Vita, A. Freni

Abstract: The electric field generated by power lines is usually evaluated by a simple 2-D model. Due to the presence of buildings or other objects near the power line, measurements are often in disagreement with the model. In this letter, the adaptive integral method (AIM) is used to analyze a power line in a real environment. The presence of a conducting ground plane, as well as a planar dielectric interface, is also efficiently built into the algorithm.

Published on IEEE Trans. On POWER DELIVERY, Vol. 26, n°2, April 2011

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