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Electromagnetic field interaction with transmission lines : from classical theory to HF radiation effects / edited by F. Rachidi, S. Tkachenko
Southampton : WIT, c2008
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 4th Floor  QC665.E4 E44 2008    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Electromagnetic fields
Electric lines
Electric power transmission
Telecommunication lines
Physical Description 259 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Derivation of telegrapher's equations and field-to-transmission line interaction / C.A. Nucci, F. Rachidi & M. Rubinstein -- Surge propagation and crosstalk in multiconductor transmission lines above ground / Nelson Theethayi & Rajeev Thottappillil -- Surge propagation in multiconductor transmission lines below ground / Nelson Theethayi & Rajeev Thottappillil -- High-frequency electromagnetic coupling to transmission lines: electrodynamics correction to the TL approximation / S.V. Tkachenko, F. Rachidi & J.B. Nitsch -- High-frequency electromagnetic field coupling to long loaded non-uniform lines: an asymptotic approach / S.V. Tkachenko, F. Rachidi & J.B. Nitsch -- Transmission line models for high-speed conventional interconnects and metallic carbon nanotube interconnects / A.G. Chiariello, A. Maffucci, G. Miano & F. Villone -- The electromagnetic field coupling to buried wires: frequency and time domain analysis / D. Poljak
Series Advances in electrical and electronic engineering
Alternate Author Rachidi, F. (Farhad)
Tkachenko, S. (Sergey)

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