Dirty electricity : a literature review

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Kar, Amruta
Bahadornejad, Momen
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2020-10-09
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high-frequency voltage transients (HFVT)
HFVT
electricity sector
dirty electricity
electromagnetic hypersensitivity
literature reviews
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Kar, A., & Bahadornejad, M. (2020, October). Dirty Electricity: A Literature Review. Paper presented at the Unitec Research Symposium 2020, Auckland, New zealand.
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Introduction "Clean” electricity enters buildings at a frequency of 50-60 Hz "Dirty electricity” refers to electromagnetic energy that flows along a conductor and deviates from a pure 50-60-Hz sine wave o High-frequency voltage transients (HFVT) o Impacts of HFVT on the human and animals health o Methods of Measuring Dirty Electricity o How to mitigate Dirty Electricity? o Conclusions
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