Lightning Electromagnetics

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Overview

A survey of theoretical and experimental research, this book covers all areas of lightning phenomenology. The four sections cover models of fundamental lightning processes, propagation of lightning-induced signals, measurement of lightning parameters, and lightning interaction with systems. The book provides an excellent review of the use of models to support remote sensing efforts. It includes data on high-frequency radiated fields for lightening and an overview of the data available in the frequency and time domains for lightning. The book also presents spectoral and temporal characteristics of lightning in the VHF-UHF frequency range and uses photographic and electromagnetic measurements to examine how lighting chooses a strike point.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780891169888
  • Publisher: CRC Press
  • Publication date: 5/1/1990
  • Series: Electromagnetics Library Series
  • Pages: 552
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 1.19 (d)

Table of Contents

MODELS OF FUNDAMENTAL LIGHTNING PROCESSES
Properties of Lighting-Leader Pulses, C.E. Baum
Analytic Return-Stroke Transmission-Line Model, C.E. Baum and L. Baker
An Introduction to Leader Tip Modeling, C.E. Baum and R.L. Gardner
Lightning Return Stroke: A Numerical Calculation of the Optical Radiation, A.H. Paxton, R.L. Gardner, and L. Baker
Return-Stroke Transmission Line Model, L. Baker
Natural Frequencies of a Post with a Lightning Return Stroke, F.C. Yang and K.S.H. Lee
Motion of Ion Clouds in Air, C.E. Baum
Return-Stroke Initiation, C.E. Baum

PROPAGATION OF LIGHTNING-INDUCED SIGNALS
Review of Propagation Effects for Pulse Transmission, J.R. Wait
Effect of the Propagation Path on Lightning-Induced Transient Fields, R.L. Gardner

MEASUREMENT OF LIGHTNING PARAMETERS
Submicrosecond Risetimes in Lightning Return-Stroke Fields, C.D. Weidman and E.P. Krider
The Fine Structure of Lightning Return-Stroke Waveforms, C.D. Weidman and E.P. Krider
Observation of Lightning in the Frequency and Time Domains, J.E. Nenevicz, E.F. Vance, and J.M. Hamm
UHF-UVF Radiation from Lightning, M. Le Boulche, J. Hamelin, and C. Weidman
A Study of Lightning Initiation Based on VHF Radiation, J.P. Moreau and P.L. Rustan
On the Interception of the Lightening Discharge, V. Scuka et al
Electromagnetic Properties of Lighting Channels Formation and Propagation, G. Labaune, P. Richard, and A. Bondieu
Electromagnetic Measurement and Location of Lightning, C.E. Baum, J.P. O'Neill, E.L. Breen, D.L. Hall, and C.B. Moore
Experimental Study of the Electromagnetic Characteristics of Lightning Discharge in the 200 Hz-20 MHz Band, C. Leteinturier and J. Hamelin
Simultaneous Measurement of Current, Electromagnetic Fields, and Optical Emission from a Lightning Stroke, L. Baker, R.L. Gardner, A.H. Paxton, C.E. Baum, and W. Rison

LIGHTNING INTERACTION WITH SYSTEMS
Current and Voltage on a Telecommunications Cable by a Lightning Stroke, A. Zeddam and P. Degauge
New Results for Quantification of Lightning/Aircraft Electrodynamics, F.L. Pitts, R.A. Perala, T.H. Rudolph, L.D. Lee
Analysis of Correlated Electromagnetic Fields and Current Pulses During Airborne Lightning Attachments, J.S. Reazer, A.V. Serrano, L.C. Walko, and H.D. Burket
Lighting Response of Aircraft, F.C. Yang, K.S.H. Lee, D.J. Andersh, and J. Steil
Comparison of Published HEMP and Natural Lightning on the Surface of an Aircraft, R.L. Gardner, L. Baker, J.L. Gilbert, C.E. Baum, and D.J. Andersh
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