Development of Design Criteria Relating to NEMP Effects on Power Systems. Part II. Conductor Voltages Caused by Pulse Currents Flowing in a Conduit,
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO PITTSFIELD MASS
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The document is a report on the second series of tests to determine the magnetically induced voltages on conductors within conduit caused by a pulse current flowing on a metal conduit. These tests were performed on steel and aluminum conduit of different sizes and thicknesses in L-shape and continuous loop configurations. The containing wiring consisted of different types twisted pair, parallel pair, etc. and were tested with different terminations and connections.
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