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Protection of cables by open-metal conduits

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The performance of metal conduits for protection of cables is investigated. An open U-shaped conduit is chosen as a basic configuration. A number of wires inside represents the actual cables with their shields. This configuration is subjected to a plane-wave excitation to determine the induced currents and voltages, which represent the common-mode signals in the cable shield. The simulated and tested object is 1.5 m long, with a cross section of 9 x 9 cm(2). Results are presented for frequencies up to 1 GHz, some up to 5 GHz. Measurement and simulation results agree to within 6 dB.
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earthing, conduits, electromagnetic compatability (EMC) protection, grounding, installation, wiring, Cabling

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Kapora, Siarhei, Eric Laermans, and Alexander PJ van Deursen. 2010. “Protection of Cables by Open-metal Conduits.” Ieee Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility 52 (4): 1026–1033.
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Kapora, S., Laermans, E., & van Deursen, A. P. (2010). Protection of cables by open-metal conduits. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY, 52(4), 1026–1033.
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Kapora S, Laermans E, van Deursen AP. Protection of cables by open-metal conduits. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY. 2010;52(4):1026–33.
MLA
Kapora, Siarhei, Eric Laermans, and Alexander PJ van Deursen. “Protection of Cables by Open-metal Conduits.” IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY 52.4 (2010): 1026–1033. Print.
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  abstract     = {The performance of metal conduits for protection of cables is investigated. An open U-shaped conduit is chosen as a basic configuration. A number of wires inside represents the actual cables with their shields. This configuration is subjected to a plane-wave excitation to determine the induced currents and voltages, which represent the common-mode signals in the cable shield. The simulated and tested object is 1.5 m long, with a cross section of 9 x 9 cm(2). Results are presented for frequencies up to 1 GHz, some up to 5 GHz. Measurement and simulation results agree to within 6 dB.},
  author       = {Kapora, Siarhei and Laermans, Eric and van Deursen, Alexander PJ},
  issn         = {0018-9375},
  journal      = {IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY},
  keyword      = {earthing,conduits,electromagnetic compatability (EMC) protection,grounding,installation,wiring,Cabling},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {1026--1033},
  title        = {Protection of cables by open-metal conduits},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TEMC.2010.2056374},
  volume       = {52},
  year         = {2010},
}

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