A Wire Electrode inside Parallelepipedicaly-Shaped Ground Inhomogeneity: Comparison of Two Solutions
Keywords:Grounding, moment methods, resistance, nonhomogeneous media
AbstractThe results for the resistance of the wire electrode inside parallelepipedicaly-shaped domain surrounded with homogeneous ground obtained by one recently proposed procedure for modeling described structure are compared with recently published results realized applying one new hybrid boundary element method. The first approach is based on the approximating system wire-parallelepiped with one wire conductor off equivalent length and cross-section radius. The hybrid method is based on equivalent electrodes method and point matching method applied on matching values for potential of wire electrode and normal component of electric field on the boundary surface between conductive media. The quasi-stationary approach is applied.
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