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Modeling Techniques for Analyzing Electromagnetic Interference Caused by High Voltage Power Lines to Neighboring Communication Cables

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4 Author(s)
Liu, J. ; Safe Eng. Services & Technol. Ltd. ; Dawalibi, F.P. ; Ma, J. ; Mitskevitch, N.

Advanced electromagnetic interference techniques and simulation methods, used to model a complex network that includes multiple interconnected transmission and distribution line systems, nearby communication cables, and buried metallic structures, are presented in this paper. The simulations have been conducted in order to analyze electromagnetic interference of the high voltage power lines on the communication cables. Several scenarios have been explored to determine the interference level and evaluate possible mitigative measures to effectively reduce the induced currents and voltages along the communication cables to safe levels

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Environmental Electromagnetics, The 2006 4th Asia-Pacific Conference on

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1-4 Aug. 2006