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Lightning return stroke current models with specified channel‐base current: A review and comparison
Compares five lightning return stroke current models that exhibit a simple relationship between the current at the return stroke channel-base and the current along the return stroke channel, namely
Influence of a lossy ground on lightning-induced voltages on overhead lines
A comprehensive study on the effect of a lossy ground on the induced voltages on overhead power lines by a nearby lightning strike is presented. The ground conductivity plays a role in both the
Lightning-induced voltages on overhead lines
A modeling procedure that permits calculation of lightning-induced voltages on overhead lines starting from the channel-base current is discussed. The procedure makes use of a coupling model already
Formulation of the field-to-transmission line coupling equations in terms of magnetic excitation field
Different formulations of the field-to-transmission-line coupling equations are reviewed and discussed. An equivalent formulation is derived in which the source terms (or forcing functions) are
Current and electromagnetic field associated with lightning-return strokes to tall towers
An analysis of electric and magnetic fields radiated by lightning first and subsequent return strokes to tall towers is presented. The contributions of the various components of the fields, namely,
Transient analysis of multiconductor lines above a lossy ground
In this paper, we first extend the Sunde logarithmic approximation for the single-wire line ground impedance to the case of a multiconductor line. The new approximate forms are compared to the
On the Master, Uman, Lin, Standler and the Modified Transmission Line Lightning return stroke current models
This formulation provides a simple procedure to infer MULs channel-base currents from remote electric and magnetic field measurements and hence to test the MULS model.