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By Gerald Kaiser

ISBN-10: 0817681108

ISBN-13: 9780817681104

This quantity is designed as a textbook for an introductory path on wavelet research and time-frequency research aimed toward graduate scholars or complex undergraduates in technology and engineering. it could actually even be used as a self-study or reference booklet by way of working towards researchers in sign research and similar components. because the anticipated viewers isn't presumed to have a excessive point of mathematical history, a lot of the wanted analytical equipment is constructed from the start. the single necessities for the 1st 8 chapters are matrix thought, Fourier sequence, and Fourier indispensable transforms. each one of those chapters ends with a collection of easy workouts designed to force domestic the strategies simply lined, and the various photos may still additional facilitate absorption.

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In such a case, lightning surge currents propagate in both directions along the phase conductor from the lightning attachment point. If a 10-kA lightning current is injected into a phase conductor with characteristic impedance of 350 Ω, as a result of shielding failure, a 5-kA lightning surge current and its associated 1750-kV (= 350 Ω × 5 kA) surge voltage will propagate in each direction. If this lightning surge voltage is higher than the withstand voltage between the phase conductor and a nearby phase conductor or a ground wire or the withstand voltage of insulator string at the nearby transmission line tower, a flashover would occur between the conductors or across the insulator string and likely result in a fault.

P. (1976). Effects of 200 km propagation in Florida lightning return stroke electric fields. Radio Science, 11: 985–990. Uman, M. A. (2001). The Lightning Discharge, pp. 1–377. Dover Publications, New York. 1 Introduction The finite-difference time domain (FDTD) method (Yee 1966) is one of the most widely used electromagnetic computation methods for a variety of electromagnetic problems. The FDTD method uses the central difference approximation to Maxwell’s curl equations, which are Faraday’s law and Ampere’s law, in the time domain.

Note a characteristic flattening of the rising return-stroke field within 15 μs or so of the return stroke’s onset. Reprinted with permission from V. A. Rakov and M. A. Uman, Review and evaluation of lightning return stroke models including some aspects of their application, IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility, 40 (4), p. 414, Figure 10b ©IEEE 1998. Lightning 29 crossing within tens of microseconds of the initial peak in both electric and magnetic fields at 50–200 km; and (v) a characteristic flattening of electric field at tens to hundreds of meters within 15 μs or so.

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