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The Power Grid by Brian D’Andrade

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Electromagnetic Interference Considerations for Electrical Power Systems

Benjamin R.T. Cotts1, Kevin L. Graf2 and William H. Bailey1,    1Exponent Inc., Bowie, MD, United States,    2Exponent Inc., Menlo Park, CA, United States

Abstract

Electromagnetic interference (EMI) is an important consideration for electrical systems and can come from many forms. This chapter discusses some of the common sources of potential EMI from electrical power systems including corona, scattering, and reflections as well as field effects and induction. These sources are discussed as to how they can potentially affect other electrical devices as well as worker and public safety.

Keywords

Electromagnetic interference (EMI) corona; scattering; field effects; induction; ...

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