Last Updated
April 15, 2005
Surge Protection Anthology
Launch Page Part 4
Propagation and coupling of surges
(Experiments and numerical simulations)
Surges Happen!

 

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Coordination 1976 Surge voltage suppression in residential power circuits (1976) [1.2 MB]

Propagation 1978 Lightning protection of residential AC wiring [1978] [1.5 MB]

Coordination 1980 Coordination of surge protectors in low-voltage AC power circuits [1980] [0.4 MB]

Propagation 1983 The propagation and attenuation of surge voltages and currents in low-voltage AC circuits [1983] [0.8 MB]

Propagation 1986 Surge and high-frequency propagation in industrial power lines (1986) [0.8 MB]

Winning rematch Varistor vs. environment: Winning the rematch (1986) [1.2 MB]

Propag EFT1 1987 Fast transient tests: Trivial or terminal pursuit? (1987] [0.8 MB]

Propagation 1990 Coupling, propagation, and side effects of surges in an industrial building wiring system (1988) [0.9 MB]

Propag EFT2 1990 Electrical fast-transient tests: Applications and limitations (1990) [0.8 MB]

PD in cables Partial discharge in low-voltage cables (1990) [0.4 MB]

Divert surges Diverting surges to ground: Expectations versus reality (1991) [0.4 MB]

Propagation 1991 On the propagation of old and new surges (1991) [0.3 MB]

Upsdwn surging Surging the Upside-Down House: Looking into upsetting references (1994) [0.6 MB]

Upsdwn measure Surging the Upside-Down House: Measurement and modeling techniques (1995) [1 MB]

More begets less Driving high surge currents into long cables: More begets less (1996) [1 MB]

Neutral earthing The effect of neutral earthing practices on lightning current dispersion (1997) [1.1 MB]

Dispersion On the dispersion of lightning current for a direct flash to a building (2000) [0.6 MB]

Role of SPDs The role and stress of surge-protective devices in sharing lightning current (2002) [0.5 MB]

 

 

 

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