La Compatibilité électromagnétique dans un réseau cablé
Latreche Mohamed El Hadi
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Lightning-induced voltages in power and communication systems are nowadays one of the main causes of power quality and electromagnetic compatibility. In recent years, due to the increasing demand by customers for good quality in the power supply along with the widespread use of sensitive devices connected to distribution lines, the protection against lightning-induced disturbances became of primary importance. As a consequence, for a correct protection and insulation coordination, the accurate estimation of lightning induced overvoltages is essential. In addition, sensitive electronic components used in power and communication systems may suffer logic upset or damage at significantly lower levels of induced electromagnetic interferences. The major aim of the present thesis is the development of models and computer codes, allowing the computation of the voltages and currents induced by an external transient electromagnetic excitation, especially due to lightning discharge, along realistic -and hence complex- transmission line networks and in buried cables.