The Safety of Aircraft Exposed to Electromagnetic Fields : HIRF Testing of Aircraft using Direct Current Injection Executive Summary

@inproceedings{Leat2007TheSO,
  title={The Safety of Aircraft Exposed to Electromagnetic Fields : HIRF Testing of Aircraft using Direct Current Injection Executive Summary},
  author={Chris J. Leat},
  year={2007}
}
Even the original developers of Bulk Current Injection now make the point that the use of BCI at aircraft level will become increasingly difficult. Direct Current Injection has the potential to replace aircraft level BCI, while also solving many of the longstanding problems of BCI. These problems include lack of synergism, inaccurate current distribution within bundles and limited numbers of injection sites due to time and cost considerations. However, calibration, the question of how much… CONTINUE READING

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