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The influence of towers and conductor sag on transmission-line shielding

Sorensen, Royal W. and McMaster, Robert C. (1942) The influence of towers and conductor sag on transmission-line shielding. Electrical Engineering, 61 (3). pp. 159-164. ISSN 0095-9197. doi:10.1109/EE.1942.6436226.

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This paper is the third of a sequence of papers intended to present data which may be used in determining the degree of protection from lightning obtainable by shielding transmission lines and structures with grounded overhead wires and masts. The first two papers of the sequence are: “Shielding of Transmission Lines,” and “Shielding of Substations.”

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Additional Information:© 1942 AIEE. Paper 42-37, recommended by the AIEE committee on power transmission and distribution for presentation at the AIEE winter convention, New York, Ν. Y., January 26-30, 1942. Manuscript submitted November 24, 1941; made available for printing December 11, 1941.
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Official Citation:R. W. Sorensen and R. C. McMaster, "The influence of towers and conductor sag on transmission-line shielding," in Electrical Engineering, vol. 61, no. 3, pp. 159-164, March 1942.
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