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Transmission Line Mode Response of a Multiconductor Cable in a Transient Electromagnetic Field

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2 Author(s)
Bechtold, G.W. ; Martin Marietta Corporation, Orlando, Fla. 32805 ; Kozakoff, D.J.

This paper describes a technique for obtaining the induced worst case currents on individual wires of a multiconductor cable as a result of a transient electromagnetic radiation field. The technique involved a development of the expression for the induced current in matrix form where the mutual coupling terms and the other cable currents are the pertinent parameters. A worst case solution results from the assumption of maximum coupling orientation of the individual wires. A short example and some test results are presented. The test results show wave shapes for inductive and capacitive coupling. The solution for the individual wire current due to a transient electromagnetic field is important, since it will greatly reduce the required number of cable measurements and will allow the development of improved shielding techniques.

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Electromagnetic Compatibility, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:EMC-12 ,  Issue: 1 )