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IEEE 644-2019 pdf free download.IEEE Standard for Measurement of Power Frequency Electric and Magnetic Fields from AC Power Lines.
3.1 General characteristics
Three types of meters used to measure the electric field strength from ac power lines are described in technical
— Free-body meter: Measures the steady-state induced current or charge oscillating between two halves of an isolated conductive body in an electric field (see Adler [BI 1 and Bracken [B2]).
– Ground-reference-type meter: Measures the current-to-ground from a flat probe introduced into an electric field (see Miller [821]).
Electro-optic field meter: Measures changes in the transmission of light through a fiber or crystal
due to the influence of the electric field (see Cooke [B4j and Hamasaki [811]).
The free-body meter is suitable for survey-type measurements because it is portable, allows measurements above the ground plane, and does not require a known ground reference. Therefore, this type of meter is recommended for outdoor measurements near power lines.
This standard presents measurement techniques for only the free-body type meter. Flat ground-reference- type meters can be used only under special conditions described in 5.2. Electric field strength meters intended fhr characterization of radio-frequency electric fields should not be used to measure the power- frequency electric field strength from ac power lines.
An electric field strength meter consists of two primary parts, the probe and the detector. For commercially available free-body meters. the detector is usually contained in, or is an integral part of. the probe. The probe and detector arc introduced into an electric field on an insulating handle. The detector measures the steady-state induced current or charge oscillating between the conducting halves (electrodes) of the probe. The observer is sufficiently removed from the probe to avoid significant perturbation of the electric field at the probe (see 4.1). The size of the probe should be such that charge distributions on the boundary surfaces generating the electric field (energized and ground surfaces) are, at most, weakly perturbed when the probe is introduced for measurement. The electric field should be approximately uniform in the region where the probe will be introduced. Probes can be of any shape; however, meters commercially available in the U.S. are generally in the shape of rectangular boxes, with side dimensions ranging from approximately 7 cm to 20 cm. The meters are calibrated to read the rms value of the power frequency electric field component along the electrical axis (the axis of greatest electric field strength sensitivity).IEEE 644-2019 pdf free download.

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