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Computation of electromagnetic fields produced by electric power lines and residential electrical wiring

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1 Author(s)
Dawalibi, F.P. ; Safe Eng. Services & Technol. Ltd., Montreal, Que., Canada

Recent epidemiological research work suggesting a link between 50-60 Hz magnetic fields and certain forms of leukemia and brain cancer has increased interest in evaluating electromagnetic fields emanating from a three-dimensional arbitrary network of energized overhead and buried conductors. Electric and magnetic fields inside and outside an imaginary house located near a power distribution line are presented. The electromagnetic fields are computed using a powerful frequency domain method. The emphasis is on modeling complex portions of residential electric circuits, buried water pipes and ground rods without necessarily duplicating an existing house or experimental equivalent. This approach is adopted deliberately.<>

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Power Delivery, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:8 ,  Issue: 3 )