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Measurement of transfer impedance under impulse conditions

The measurement of the transfer impedance of a screened coaxial cable using a low-power sinusoidal current has the disadvantage that the saturation effects which occur in the ferromagnetic screen are not reproduced. The authors describe a method for measuring the impedance using a source of current pulses with a magnitude of a few hundred amperes. The measurement results and a comparison between calculated and test values are given

    Keywords: coaxial cables;electric impedance measurement;power cables;

    Note:

    transfer impedance;impulse conditions;screened coaxial cable;low-power sinusoidal current;current pulses;measurement results;test values;

    Reference

    • LRE-ARTICLE-1987-003

    Record created on 2007-04-04, modified on 2016-08-08

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