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Analysis of electrical interference from power lines to gas pipelines. II. Parametric analysis

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F. P. Dawalibi ; Safe Engineering Services & Technol. Ltd., Montreal, Que., Canada ; R. D. Southey

For pt.I see ibid., vol.4, no.3, p.1840-6 (July 1989). A description is given of the results of a research project whose objectives were to develop a computer program for simulating complex realistic right-of-way problems accurately and to investigate the effects of various system parameters. The computer program combines a user-friendly input data preprocessor with a computation algorithm which evaluates the effects of both conductive and inductive interference for arbitrarily positioned aboveground and buried conductors which could occur in typical rights-of-way. A parametric analysis was conducted using the computer program, providing insight on how to control both conductive and inductive interference effects

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IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery  (Volume:5 ,  Issue: 1 )