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A numerical procedure is described that will simplify the analysis of the EMP response of structures with dielectric or poorly conducting segments.
A quantitative comparison is made of the importance of mutual inductance and mutual capacitance in the leakage of transient signals through the braid of a coaxial cable. The difference between mutual… (More)
A numerical solution is presented that may be used to assess the effects of simultaneous excitation of a flat cable by a pulse of ionizing radiation, and by an internal electromagnetic pulse (IEMP)… (More)
A numerical technique is developed that may be used to analyze the shielding characteristics of a cable with a saturable ferromagnetic outer sheath in an intense low-frequency environment. The… (More)
The electric field dependence of air conductivity allows the presence of a metal body to influence the electromagnetic fields generated by an ionizing radiation environment. The numerically… (More)
An approximate solution is described for the current distribution on a long, thin cylindrical antenna driven at an arbitrary point along its length. This solution is reasonably accurate, and the form… (More)
A numerical technique is presented that may be used to predict the current induced on a thin metallic body of revolution excited by an electromagnetic pulse. Examples are given. Introduced here is… (More)
Previously, a numerical solution was evolved that may be used to analyze the effect of material saturation on the low frequency shielding characteristics of a thin ferromagnetic cable shield.… (More)
The electromagnetic response of a simple circular cylinder to a pulsed high-dose environment has been measured and compared with finite-difference code prediction. Instrumentation and diagnostic… (More)
A numerical solution is presented for determining the shielding properties of a thin sheet of saturable ferromagnetic material of infinite surface area. Several examples are given to indicate the… (More)