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Boundary Element Modeling of the human body when exposed to overhead power lines: Influence on conductivity variations

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3 Author(s)
Gonzalez, C. ; Wessex Inst. of Technol., Southampton, UK ; Peratta, A. ; Poljak, D.

The paper deals with the human exposure assessment to extremely low frequency (ELF) electric field due to overhead power lines. The formulation is based on a realistic human body representation taking into account different conductivities for various tissues inside the body. In particular, the influence on conductivity variation to the induced current densities and electric fields is investigated. The solution is carried out via the boundary element method (BEM). Some illustrative numerical results are presented.

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Software, Telecommunications & Computer Networks, 2009. SoftCOM 2009. 17th International Conference on

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24-26 Sept. 2009

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