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|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Vernon Cooray; Institution of Engineering and Technology.
|ISBN:||9781849192163 1849192162 9781621983248 1621983242 1283637871 9781283637879 6613950335 9786613950338|
|Description:||1 online resource (xxiv, 950 pages) : illustrations.|
|Contents:||* Chapter 1: Basic electromagnetic theory - A summary * Chapter 2: Application of electromagnetic fields of an accelerating charge to obtain the electromagnetic fields of a propagating current pulse * Chapter 3: Basic discharge processes in the atmosphere * Chapter 4: Numerical simulations of non-thermal electrical discharges in air * Chapter 5: Modelling of charging processes in clouds * Chapter 6: The physics of lightning flash development * Chapter 7: Return stroke models for engineering applications * Chapter 8: Electromagnetic models of lightning return strokes * Chapter 9: Antenna models of lightning return-stroke: an integral approach based on the method of moments * Chapter 10: Transmission line models of lightning return stroke * Chapter 11: On the various approximations to calculate lightning return stroke-generated electric and magnetic fields over finitely conducting ground * Chapter 12: Propagation effects on electromagnetic fields generated by lightning return strokes: Review of simplified formulas and their validity assessment * Chapter 13: Lightning electromagnetic field calculations in presence of a conducting ground: the numerical treatment of Sommerfeld's integrals * Chapter 14: Measurements of lightning-generated electromagnetic fields * Chapter 15: The Schumann resonances * Chapter 16: Lightning effects in the mesosphere and ionosphere * Chapter 17: The effects of lightning on the ionosphere/magnetosphere * Chapter 18: Interaction of lightning-generated electromagnetic fields with overhead and underground cables * Chapter 19: Scale models and their application to the study of lightning transients in power systems * Chapter 20: Attachment of lightning flashes to grounded structures * Chapter 21: On the NOx generation in corona, streamer and low-pressure electrical discharges * Chapter 22: On the NOx production by laboratory electrical discharges and lightning * Chapter 23: High energetic radiation from thunderstorms and lightning * Chapter 24: Excitation of visual sensory experiences by electromagnetic fields of lightning * Chapter 25: Modelling lightning strikes to tall towers|
|Series Title:||IET power and energy series, 62.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Vernon Cooray.|