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Electromagnetic Fields 1996

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08.05.1 Power Stations, Electricity Grid and Lines of Distribution

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Image: Umweltatlas Berlin

This map presents the high and highest voltage grids operated by Bewag at stages 380 kV, 220 kV and 110 kV in 1996. More information

08.05.2 Magnetic Flux Density beneath High-voltage Overhead Lines (50 Hz)

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Image: Umweltatlas Berlin

This illustration presents the magnetic flux density generated 1 m above ground by the high-voltage overhead line in Berlin Buch/Karow. More information

08.05.3 Undisturbed Electric Field Strength beneath High-voltage Overhead Lines (50 Hz)

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Image: Umweltatlas Berlin

This map presents the electric field undisturbed by any kind of environmental influence (except pylon influence) using Berlin Buch/Karow as an example. More information

08.05.4 Magnetic Flux Density by High-voltage Overhead Lines (50 Hz) in Vertical Profile

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Image: Umweltatlas Berlin

A cross-section is chosen here to highlight the differences of magnetic flux density both horizontally and vertically. More information

08.05.5 Undisturbed Electric Field Strength by High-voltage Overhead Lines (50 Hz) in Vertical Profile

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Image: Umweltatlas Berlin

A cross-section is chosen here to highlight the differences of field strength both horizontally and vertically. More information

08.05.6 Influence of Trees on the Spread of Electric Fields beneath Overhead Lines (50 Hz)

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Image: Umweltatlas Berlin

Houses, trees and shrubbery noticeably distort the electric field. Three trees of 5 m height located beneath an overhead 220 kV line are used here as an example to illustrate this influence. More information

08.05.7 Magnetic Flux Density at a Substation (50 Hz)

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Image: Umweltatlas Berlin

A top view was chosen to illustrate the dependence of magnetic flux density on fixed installations such as substations. More information

08.05.8 Magnetic Flux Density by the Railroad Track at Savignyplatz (16 2/3 Hz)

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Image: Umweltatlas Berlin

This map presents the oscillating magnetic field at a frequency of 16 2/3 Hz in the vicinity of the railway section near Berlin Savignyplatz, which is generated by the overhead traction supply and the tracks of the railroad. More information

08.05.9 Magnetic Flux Density by the S-Bahn Track at Savignyplatz (0 Hz, Constant Field)

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Image: Umweltatlas Berlin

This map presents the constant magnetic field at the S-Bahn station and in the vicinity of the railway section near Berlin Savignyplatz. The values presented here are peak values which vary depending on the traffic volume on the section. More information