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A FAST EQUIVALENT METHOD FOR MODELING ELECTROMAGNETIC PULSE RESPONSE OF CABLE BUNDLE TERMINATED IN ARBITRARY LOADS

By Y. Huo, Y. Zhao, and Z. Li

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Abstract:
An effective fast equivalent cable bundle modeling method is proposed in this paper to study electromagnetic pulse response of complex cable bundle. Compared with traditional equivalent cable bundle method (ECBM), the complete cable bundle is equivalent to only one cable by modification of cable grouping method, which leads to reduction in number of cables and computation progress. The proposed method can perform well not only in pure resistance case, but also in frequency dependent load case by weighted average method (WAM). The computation time and memory acquirement for complete cable bundle model terminated in arbitrary loads have been further reduced by fast equivalent method compared to ECBM, and calculation precision is maintained to meet fast application need. Numerical simulation of coupled currents in observed cable located at a certain distance away from cable bundle by CST software is given to verify accuracy of the method under illumination of high altitude electromagnetic pulse (HEMP).

Citation:
Y. Huo, Y. Zhao, and Z. Li, "A Fast Equivalent Method for Modeling Electromagnetic Pulse Response of Cable Bundle Terminated in Arbitrary Loads," Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, Vol. 53, 177-190, 2017.
doi:10.2528/PIERM16120301

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