Magnetic fields in HV cable systems. 1. Systems without ferromagnetic component.
AbstractsConsiderable work has been done on the magnetic fields due to overhead lines, but relatively little has been published on the fields from underground cable systems. The report details the levels of magnetic field that occur in various typical situations. The analysis is restricted to underground cable systems without ferromagnetic component; for which analysis is relatively easy.
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Study Committee : 21 (now B1), 36 (now C4) ?
WG (TF): JWG 36.01/21
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