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|Title:||Measurement of electromagnetic fields in the vicinity of 66kV/20kV substation power (Gran Canaria Island, Spain)||Authors:||Déniz, Fabián
|UNESCO Clasification:||3306 Ingeniería y tecnología eléctricas||Issue Date:||2008||Publisher:||1383-7281||Journal:||Studies in Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics||Abstract:||In this paper, the extremely low frequency (ELF) electromagnetic field environment around 66kV/20kV substation power is studied. This substation is located in Gran Canaria island, more precisely in a municipality with the largest tourist area on the island, covering one fifth of its surface. The relevance of these measurements is great because there are multi-family dwellings around the substation. These measurements were made using Digital Signal Processing (DSP) techniques. Also, several existing overhead transmission lines are in an area that has seen significant residential growth.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/10553/44313||ISBN:||9781586038601||ISSN:||1383-7281||Source:||Studies in Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics[ISSN 1383-7281],v. 29, p. 43-46|
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