Modelling the Human Body Exposure to ELF Electric Fields
This text describes techniques to investigate the behaviour of electric fields and induced currents in the human body exposed to different scenarios of extremely low frequency high voltage.
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ELF ELECTROMAGNETIC EXPOSURE
DIELECTRIC PROPERTIES OF BIOLOGICAL TISSUES
EXPOSURE TO OVERHEAD POWER LINES
EXPOSURE IN POWER SUBSTATIONS ROOMS
amniotic fluid analytical approach arms Axial current density behaviour Bioelectromagnetics biological tissues boundary conditions boundary element method brain calculated cells Cephalic computational conceptual model conductivity distributions conductivity values considered corresponding current density decreases degrees of freedom dielectric properties Dimbylow discretisation displacement currents domain dosimetry effects electric and magnetic electric field electromagnetic ELF fields exposure to ELF external extracellular fluid FDTD foetal foetus frequency range Gandhi geometry HNA model homogeneous representation incident field induced current density induced electric field integration integration domain interface kV/m Laplace equation low frequencies low-frequency magnetic fields material properties medium mesh Non-ionising radiation number of degrees numerical obtained organs Peratta Poljak potential power lines pregnant woman problem quadrature radiation ratio S-BEM Section SETG dataset shown in Figure source point Stuchly sub-domains summarised Table tissue conductivity torso and head triangular elements uterus vertical voxel weeks