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A Hybrid Method for Calculating the Inductive Interference Caused by Faulted Power Lines to Nearby Buried Pipelines
IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery
The interference of power transmission lines to nearby buried pipelines has been a research subject for many years. Especially during fault conditions, large currents and voltages are induced on the pipelines, which may pose a threat to operating personnel and equipment. In this work, a new hybrid method employing finite element calculations and standard circuit analysis is discussed that may be used in order to calculate the induced voltages and currents on a pipeline running in parallel to adoi:10.1109/tpwrd.2004.839186 fatcat:fjaprnll7bdrdfftvbsj45gsju