Field coupling to randomly-routed wires: theoretical and experimental comparison


Diouf, Fatou and Canavero, Flavio and Leferink, Frank and Buesink, Frits J.K. (2010) Field coupling to randomly-routed wires: theoretical and experimental comparison. In: 9th Symposium on EMC and 20th International Wroclaw Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, 13-17 September 2010, Wroclaw, Poland (pp. pp. 113-118).

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Abstract:The coupling of electromagnetic field to randomlyrouted wires is studied in this article. Random wires’ configurations are generated through a stochastic model and estimations of the output currents are based on Transmission Lines Theory. Several random configurations are manually reproduced with a copper wire and used for measurements in a GTEM cell and a Fully Anechoic Chamber. Comparisons between theoretical and experimental results are provided. Statistical behaviors of the randomly-routed wires according to the incident field polarization angle are shown. Likewise, a fast method to estimate the wires statistical parameters and maximum interference values is presented.
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