Evaluation of LEMP effects on complex wire structures located above a perfectly conducting ground using electric field integral equation in time domain

  • Moini R
  • Kordi B
  • Abedi M
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Abstract

In this paper, a novel approach for the implementation of scattering theory is proposed in order to evaluate the electromagnetic effects of lightning return stroke on complex wire structures (lightning EM pulse - LEMP). An electric field integral equation (EFIE) in the time domain is employed to describe the electromagnetic transients from lightning. The proposed approach is applied to a single-phase, three-phase as well as a Y-shaped transmission line located above a perfectly conducting ground. The simulation results reproduce accurately experimental data available in the literature. The proposed method provides new possibilities in estimation of lightning indirect effects on complex networks as an example “radial transmission systems tapped from main switching substations” are investigated

Author-supplied keywords

  • Coupling
  • EFIE
  • LEMP
  • Lightning
  • MoM

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