Effects of conductor sag on spatial distribution of power line magnetic field Conference Paper uri icon

abstract

  • Traditional extremely low frequency (ELF) magnetic field computation techniques assume that the current carrying power line conductors are straight horizontal wires. This assumption results in a model whose magnetic fields are distorted from those produced in reality. An exact solution and an approximation are proposed for modeling magnetic fields produced by the sagged conductors of power lines, by taking advantage of the fact that the equation of the catenary exactly describes the line sag. The proposed approaches differ in the required computational burden and in the precision of the results. A field mapping measurement example illustrates the applicability and the need for this analysis. The relative importance of the catenary effect is discussed. 1995 IEEE.

published proceedings

  • IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON POWER DELIVERY

author list (cited authors)

  • Mamishev, A. V., Nevels, R. D., & Russell, B. D.

citation count

  • 69

complete list of authors

  • Mamishev, AV||Nevels, RD||Russell, BD

publication date

  • January 1, 1996 11:11 AM