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Lightning Protection

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Editor: Vernon Cooray 1
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Publication Year: 2010

Lightning is a natural phenomenon that has always fascinated humans. It is also a destructive force, and the science of protecting humans and their belongings on earth is called lightning protection. This book provides the reader with a thorough background in almost every aspect of lightning protection. The contents of the book, distributed over 23 chapters, covers all aspects of lightning protection including lightning parameters of engineering interest, the evaluation of the risk imposed by lightning strikes, the art of installing lightning protection systems on various structures, basic principles and procedures necessary to protect electronic equipment in buildings from lightning flashes, grounding in lightning protection, the function of surge protection devices, protection of power transmission lines and telecommunication towers from lightning, the interaction of lightning flashes with wind turbines, various aspects of lightning strikes to trees, medical and engineering aspects of lightning strikes to humans, and lightning warning systems. In addition to providing essential information on lightning protection for engineers and scientists, the book is intended for use as a textbook on lightning protection at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.

Inspec keywords: power transmission lines; power transmission protection; wind turbines; earthing; lightning protection

Other keywords: grounding; telecommunication towers; wind turbines; electronic equipment protection; power transmission line protection; lightning strikes; lightning parameters; lightning warning systems; lightning flashes; lightning protection systems

Subjects: Wind power plants; Protection apparatus; Power transmission, distribution and supply

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